Once a lien is placed on a piece of property, the amount cannot be changed by the company who placed the lien unless there is a legal basis for doing so, such as an error in the lien amount. After a tax sale, the purchaser may have to pay all recorded liens on the property, depending on the...View More
First, you must determine whether you can qualify as a trader for federal tax purposes. This determination is based on pertinent facts and circumstances. Special rules apply if you're a trader in securities, in the business of buying and selling securities for your own account. The law...View More
I have been a payroll specialist for several years but just started working for a new employer. It has come to my attention that the previous payroll manager was making tax withholding changes based on phone conversations only, no W4 or any documentation whatsoever. I’ve never heard of this... View More
Employers are generally required to follow the employee's W-4 form for tax withholding purposes. The IRS Publication 15-T provides guidance for employers on how to determine the amount of federal income tax to withhold from employee wages based on their W-4 form. Employers may make changes to...View More
If your daughter sells the silver bullion certificate on the same day she takes possession, she generally would owe capital gains tax only on any increase in value from the time she takes possession to the time of sale. However, the specifics can vary, so it would be wise to consult a tax advisor.
Do anything with it, doesn't live on it, doesn't pay taxes on it, I've offered to buy him out and will pay the amount he requested but he is avoiding me, is there anything legally I can do to make the process happen?
2nd year filing taxes with chapter 13, but 1year married. Jointly my tax return will be $3063. My plan states that if I file jointly debtor may retain $1500- is that from the total $3063 or do they take in account some of the refund is my husband's? I have seen it separately and my husband’s... View More
Parents are still alive, Mom was placed in a nursing home, dad, I think signed papers medicaid papers which turns over assets. I am the only child but live out of state. Could we deed or put into a trust? Options?
I have verified no Liens on the property other than a bank note.
My husband and I have been married 5 years. After marriage, I moved into his home and we subsequently completed a transfer beneficiary deed on the home. If he were to pass, would I be obligated to pay some sort if estate tax on the home?
I never received a paycheck from a place I worked for only one day and I assumed it was because I was still training. I just received a W-2 from them saying I did earn wages but I never received them despite setting up direct deposit. Who would I contact about this, some legal department or the... View More
Family is not close greed appears to motivate wondering if am in need of lawyer to insure protection of inheritance or does said trust document do that and chips basically fall as they may based on the scum at hand ?
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