My husband and I can get gifted $16,000 each and from each parent without triggering any gift tax. The total gifted equity amounts to $100,000. If we can include our son as well then we could have $96,000 untaxed.
You are missing a key concept. There is a unified credit. There is no gift tax on any amount in this range. You are mixing lifetime giving with annual giving. If you have no idea what I am talking about, get a good lawyer or accountant for whatever you are doing.
If you make any income from your rental activity, per US Tax law, you must include it in your annual tax return. The way you organize or register your activity abroad is a matter of applicable local or international law abroad.
The person looking to buy is my uncle, he offered 90,000 between my two brothers and I. Would be pay taxes on the 30,000 each. The stocks still in the estate and the offer is to give money to the lawyer who would then write the checks to us and the stocks would never technically be ours. Is there... Read more »
Only the owner of the shares can sell them. If the shares are estate assets then the executor or administrator can sell them on behalf of the estate. Depending on the circumstances the estate might have a taxable gain, but if the cash after taxes is distributed to you and your brothers as heirs of...Read more »
If your parent intends to make a gift of his or her interest in the property, depending on the value of the gift it may be subject to gift tax. However, New York does not impose a transfer tax on gifts of real property that are made without the payment of consideration.
If an estate entering probate has substantially appreciated assets and also has debts, such that some assets must be sold to settle the debts, are the proceeds from the sale subject to capital gains against their original basis or their stepped-up basis from the date of death?
There is estate tax (above a certain value) on the value of the estate. There is income tax to the fiduciary for income realized during the administration of the estate. If assets are sold at a profit, the gain is on the difference between the date of death value and the sale price, which is...Read more »
Assume I'm the owner of the restaurant and separately am an Executive Director of the nonprofit. I would not charge a rental fee to the nonprofit, but I would be profiting off food and beverage sales. Does this violate Section 4941 of the IRC?
No. You would have to submit an offer. The only other way to pay less without submitting an offer is to request a penalty abatement, however, most taxpayers do not qualify for a full penalty abatement. Most people can usually only get penalties abated for the first year. I recommend at least...Read more »
Yes. A trust can be a beneficiary of an IRA. It is most common for the trust to pay the tax before distributing to the beneficiaries. The trust document should guide the trustee. Depending on whether or not the trust is a see-through trust inherited IRAs must be used up within either 5 or 10 years.
This is something that only the tax attorneys here are qualified to answer, but you await a response for five weeks. If you haven't already resolved this, you could reach out to tax attorneys (Find-a-Lawyer above, or search on your own) or check with your accountant for meaningful direction....Read more »
Natural parent moving out of district. Signing over guardianship to the person still living in district. District is asking who will claim child on this years tax return. Does the district have the right to view either parent or guardians tax returns?
No, it doesn't sound like it. What it sounds like is happening is that you are paying him something and relieving his obligation. So in other words, if you are paying him cash that you received that was already taxable, you are just investing the cash in an increased interest in the project....Read more »
She has been doing my taxes for a few years now i call and text her about my situation ,but she doesn’t answer me , she move her office out east in Long Island New York , I’m trying to buy a house and I need my taxes information from her to get my Mortgage qualify
Half of his debt is only in his name since their divorce. But the debt accrued while they were married shows her name. My sisters and I have been left in this mess trying to figure out what we have to pay to settle his debt and save his home. If she is liable for what has her name on it, it would... Read more »
So I am wondering, will she be legally in trouble for having my buisness under her name and filing for unemployment? We live in the New York area. I am doing all the work and stuff just under her name so the buisness can be made
You should do an internet search of attorneys in the Madison county area that handle your particular type of legal situation. In addition, you can contact the local bar association and ask for a list of criminal practitioners. Finally, the local assigned counsel panel may provide a list of...Read more »
You could repost and add the categories Business Formation and Business Law. There's no guarantee all posts are answered, but your question remains open for a week and it's possible it might have better chances of being seen in those additional categories. Good luck
In short, the answer is probably yes. It would likely go through the IRS (especially if paper filed). However, at some point it would likely trigger an error/rejection type of message and/or an outright audit. S Corps file Form 1120S, which issues form K-1S. One of the great advantages of an S...Read more »
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