They do that a lot. You absolutely can file a suit. This is a situation where your damages are likely much less than the cost of the suit. You can't claim the tax as damages. Without knowing all the details I can't give you a definite answer.
It is not a lien but a right of redemption for a certain period. You could wait to see if the mortgagee exercises its right of redemption, which is paying you money. After the period, and the right is not exercised, the property is probably yours. But you need a competent attorney who will...Read more »
Without knowing more details it's going to be impossible to give any assistance on this matter. You're probably going to have to share more than you should through an online forum to receive a useful answer.
Assuming you're referring to government employees of a town and a forced...Read more »
Whatever your former employer is doing it is not something that I would ever advise anyone to do. Depending upon what the company does--and knowing what arm of the government is requesting current employment information--it appears the company may be asking for enormous trouble.
I've been put thru hell since last court case and divorce. I've reached out to law and or friends. I need a chance at successful life. Career advancement and i want to know about placement for witnesses for gov.
My former employer never mailed me my W2. When January 31 passed, I went to my old job and asked about my W2 and was promptly told that they didn’t mail them and I had to go online to the store’s employee portal and get it myself. I tried to figure out what my old manager was talking about, and... Read more »
Your employer is required to file a copy of your W-2 (and that of all other employees) with the IRS; call the IRS consumer line and asked them either to give you the details over the phone or send you a copy.
A friend has Six days to vacate his property and instead of it going to auction he wanted to see if we were interested. He is only behind $3,800. What do I need to do to buy this home and have it in my name and how long does he have to vacate the property and have no claim to it?
So let’s say that in 2019 I gift $1,015,000 to my son. This gift is $1,000,000 over the annual gift exclusion. That means I will need to report it to the IRS. However, I won’t immediately have to pay tax on that gift. Instead, the IRS deducts that $1,000,000 from my lifetime gift tax exemption.... Read more »
No one on this planet could possibly answer this question. You are seeking a definitive answer to a question about death taxes, which are subject to legislative change day by day--at the whim of those in power in Washington. Why worry about things that may or may not happen between now and the year...Read more »
It is not in his estate and has a different EIN tax id number.
In reply to the answer about step up at time the trust is funded. What if the trust is funded with shares of mutual funds or company stock . That is a transfer in ownership -- Not Cash. Then there is no capital gain or... Read more »
Grantor of living trust want to give more than $15,000 in a single year to a beneficiary. Is this a gift subject to the annual gift tax exemption and the excess part of the lifetime estate tax exemption or an early distribution (since the principal will at some time belong to the beneficiary)... Read more »
In 2009 I filed a tax return I claim both my nephew's who I was supporting I was audited by the IRS it took me three years to resolve the matter in 2010 I filed my return and I claim them both again which was denied I filled out form 8862 and submit it to them I was refund 2009 return and only the... Read more »
They did live with me at the time. the next year i filed my taxes they were red flagged cause they had sent me audit papers but I didn't live at the address anymore. I told them I could send the documents they needed and they said it was too late.Over the years it has reached up to about ten... Read more »
You need to speak privately with a bankruptcy attorney in your area. The discharge of tax debt in bankruptcy is highly complicated and very fact-specific. Yes, it is possible to discharge them, but there are many, many exceptions and the answer for you could differ from tax-year to tax-year. It is...Read more »
I work for the state of Tennessee and for 5 months no fed taxeswere being held out of my payroll. Due to my deductions being changed in the computer. I was told it was my fault and they weren’t liable. I have not filed taxes in 3 years. I also have had a part time job that has paid pretty well.... Read more »
Depends on how you want to structure your business. Depends on the type of business. There are pros and cons to each. If your projected income is that high for the first year, spend some money up front and hire an attorney to do the business and tax planning for you. That will save you money and...Read more »
Past employer refuses to talk to me. I have my last paycheck stub from the past employer. I spoke with the irs today and they still have not received it even tho they requested it. Past employer is in st. Louis, mo
If you have your final paystub and believe that the information is accurate on your paystub, you can use that to file your return. You will need to send a copy of the last paystub to the IRS along with a letter explaining why you are using this to file your return. The IRS will then investigate....Read more »
I feel like they stole from us. It was never mentioned at closing, that it was less. And the only reason we found out , was we asked for the survey. This happened in October 2017 , and now it's March 2018. I want the acres that they took . We need those acres to help with the taxes. and because... Read more »
Consult with a local attorney. Your purchase and sale agreement will control the rights and obligations of the parties. You may need to file a lawsuit to correct a deed or pursue some other type of relief.
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