If those funds are intended for the relief of the financial burdens of the American populus, incurred due to COVID-19. If the state plans to cannibalize those funds, How is this "help" going to due anymore than the last so called "help" for those who we're struggling Pre-COVID?
Yes, the state will take the funds and give them to the custodial parent for child support arrears. The state isn't cannibalizing the funds. The money is owed for child support that should have been paid previously, so that is where the money is going - to help the child.
The defendant payed a settlement to my mother's estate. The settlement states "No Releasee has ever admitted, and but rather each specifically denies, any allegation of wrongdoing. " The case was against a nursing home.
If the settlement is for pain and suffering, then the payment of that settlement is non-taxable. The only issue you would have as far as taxability of the funds that were then distributed to you through the estate would be if the distribution exceeded the exemption amount on the gift tax of 11.5...Read more »
Typically, the best way to separate the refunds attributed to your income from his income is to file a Married Filing Separate tax return. However, this usually affects the amount of refund you get overall because you miss out on some credits and deductions that you would otherwise qualify for...Read more »
I own a home in Alpharetta, GA, I believe transferring ownership from myself to an LLC I own would allow the LLC to expense mortgage payments and Repairs & Maintenance costs as a cost of maintaining the property for tenants. I also believe the LLC could capitalize costs related to capital... Read more »
Yes you technically can, but it doesn't work. You end up netting if it works out well and you have to defend it in an audit. It always ends up being net taxable when the IRS recalculates the FMV of the rental.
Once you run all the numbers it's comes out that you create tax out of...Read more »
I have been made aware that I should have filed my tax returns as married separately instead of single and it could affect my husband’s immigration process. He is living in Mexico and has never been to the U.S. How should I go about making an amend and what info do I need to provide on the form... Read more »
You are advised to ensure you status is accurate. If subsequent to the fling you were made aware of an error, you should amend the return as soon as possible with explanation of an “inadvertent mistake”. I hope this helps. Good luck. Zaher Fallahi, Esq, CPA (CA &D.C.).
I am a U.S citizen who is trying to get my husband a green card, We got married in 2017 and I have always filed my taxes single since then because I was told by the accountant that I didn’t need to do anything different since my husband did not live with me. Is this going to affect my husbands... Read more »
If you are married, you should be filing your federal tax returns as “married” and not as “single”. USCIS or the U.S. consulate can take the position that you are not in fact married based on your filed federal tax returns. Keep in mind that you will have to present your last tax return...Read more »
My husband went through loan company to do both our taxes. When we last checked on irs.gov Get my payment it states for me Payment status not available, my husband saying it has been deposit April 15 but the bank shows no deposit as been made. We called the loan company and said that the checks was... Read more »
It has been in the news that if someone owes back child support they will not be able to receive the stimulus payment. I’m not sure how that is going to play out at that time. Filing jointly won’t likely impact it either way. Plus, the new tax date has been pushed back to July. -Homer P. Jordan...Read more »
Irs rules and regulations states i get to claim him every year because i am custodial parent and he lives with me and irs states decree after 2009 cant be used my papers say dad claim every othet year but nothing about 8332 form irs requires him to have one signed by me i have not done so
If you provide over half of the child support and you have written proof of same, and you are the parent then you may claim on your income tax return, but, if you are audited you have to prove it. Save all checks, written receipts, and all other written evidence.;attach a statement to your return...Read more »
Unfortunately my partner has not been filing his tax, we file married but separate. My partner cannot even find his 2018/2017 w-2s for us to file now and make payment. He only just got his 2019 w-2, so that is all I have. But he has also giving me a hard time to locate his w-2s for the rfe. I have... Read more »
You will need to respond to the RFE and show that you have complied with your obligation of filing a federal tax return during the time that you have been a U.S. resident. If you were employed in the U.S. prior to receiving your resident status , you also must file federal tax returns for those...Read more »
I want to start a contract vending business in Dalton, GA using bulk vending machines. I don't know if I'm legally obligated to collect salestax on the products the machine dispenses, or hto collect the tax in the event I am obligated to.
Hi, I recently submitted an IRS Offer in Compromise and it was accepted. I plan to make my payment using EFTPS payment system and it is asking for the individual tax periods. I am unsure which tax period to select because the tax periods I owe for the Offer in Compromise are 2011,2012,2014,2015 and... Read more »
You don't have to designate a period for payments but if you default on the OIC the IRS has to apply the payment to the period designated. So if you complete the OIC it doesn't matter, but if you don't you've paid down the most recent tax debt which the IRS has the most time to collect.
I owe the IRS for previous years around $65K and have not yet filed for those years. I would love to set up a payment plan, but according to their website, in order to qualify for a long-term payment plan "you must owe $50,000 or less in combined tax, penalties and interest, and filed all... Read more »
I am a federal employee, not military. I have twins who are attending the University of Washington and I would need to retain my Washington State residency for in state tuition purposes. I relocated to Georgia for a job, otherwise I would no longer be employed by the government. I do not intend to... Read more »
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