There are several exemptions, credits and deductions in the tax code. The Idaho Child Support Guidelines, which are found in the new, Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure, are confusing to say the least on this. Here are some points to consider:
The question to ask is: did I work for 2 days as my own boss, or did I go through the interview process and then was hired, as an employee? Your question didn't provide many clues. 2 days is a very short time for an "employee" to work and then quit. It's a very short time to...Read more »
Because the order says that he can and he's current on support. If you wish to change that you need to file to modify the order. Depending on your state domestic laws it may effect the support amount or other items on the order.
Your uncle's estate will likely be distributed according to his own estate plan, as opposed to your grandmother's. If your uncle has no trust or last will (his "estate plan"), his assets will be distributed according to a table of consanguinity. That table basically looks at...Read more »
My husband has a child with his ex. We filed together this past tax year he recently got sentenced to 4 years. We have 3 kids of our own and obvisouly I'm the only one providing how would I go about filing with out having my money going to child support. Also child support has stopped but he... Read more »
If I understand your question, you and your husband have three (3) children of your own and your husband is the father of another child. Do you have custody of that child as well? And I am also understanding that your husband is not paying CS because he is in prison. Am I correct? If you...Read more »
Of service, add charges that SHOULD not be there and have the same excuse each time and why they are not responsible even after you run their test prior to using their services (test runs speeds and connections) comes back good.. ive lost enough money to this company swindling their customers i... Read more »
I recently moved about 2000 miles for job. The new employer reimbursed me about $1900 for the total moving expenses. However, only $950 was shown as moving expenses reimbursed on my paycheck and W2. Now, on that particular pay period they taxed much more because $950 was added to my income. So, now... Read more »
This question gets a little tricky and depends on an employer's policies. To figure out whether reimbursed moving expenses were taxable in the first place, you're going to need to refer to IRS publication 521. If an employer repaid an employee according to what's called an...Read more »
If you meet the low income qualifications, you can find assistance at a Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, many of which have student attorneys supervised by practicing attorneys. However, outside specific law clinics, a student can't help you with your petition because that could constitute...Read more »
I cannot comment on state law, but federally, the need to file return is necessary if income was generated in excess of certain amounts. Last I checked, the amount was $600. You may want to file a return to claim certain deductions even though a return may not be required.
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