Apparently back in 2018 the IRS tried to contact me about taxes that I had owed which I have never owed taxes before. Well this year they had garnished some of my income tax which they said it was for a repossession of a vehicle back in 2018 which I didn't have a vehicle repoed then. The last... Read more »
The IRS may have kept a portion or all of your refund due to a balance due stemming from a 1099-C Cancellation of Debt Issue to both of you. You may have gone through an audit when the IRS reached out To you regarding a potential tax debt From the audit. You potentially have a few options to...Read more »
You should definitely meet with a probate lawyer. You will want some sort of official legal documentation to show that you now hold title to your mother's portion of the property. Plus, you want an attorney to make sure you're getting your fair share. Contact a probate attorney to see...Read more »
An individual worked respite hours taking care of elderly in 2020 but insurance company did not pay for hours worked. in 2021, insurance company agreed to pay for hours worked in 2020. By this time, individual was enrolled in school full time and had a financial aid package and grants in place.... Read more »
You should contact a local employment law or tax law attorney to help you. This BB is not for providing specific legal information for you to deal with a particular claim. Search for a local attorney on this issue here on Justia.
To my knowledge corporation referred to herein files 1120-H first time since its incorporation in 1981. It states it is a residential real estate association and claims exempt function income representing it came from me and others as "owners of real property".
The previous homeowner passed 4 years ago and the home has remained empty. The next of kin have shown no interest in the property. Can a neighbor care for the property (agricultural and house) and become the owner using an adverse possession claim?
Every time we called for a payment arrangement they said wait 30 days and call us back because they had not processed our returns. In the mean time we paid $350/month towards $29,000 from 2017 audit and 2018 and 2019 taxes. We got a payment arrangement and after that they filed a tax lien. Is... Read more »
If you are paying federal taxes then you can request a one-time penalty abatement. This will abate penalties (not interest) for the first year a taxpayer owes taxes. As the name suggests this is a one-time option. Wait until you have paid the base tax due and then call the IRS and request the...Read more »
I started working this year and filed my taxes for last year. I got a tax refund but I was not employed anywhere last year. I am a F-1 student, will this refund affect my chances of getting green card?
You should consult with a Certified Public Accountant to understand why you got a refund. As long as your taxes were properly completed, the mere fact that you got a refund will not affect your eligibility for permanent residency/green card. You should consult with an immigration attorney though...Read more »
I have paid to have a nonprofit created for me from a trusted source. If it was formed incorrectly and I get audited for not paying the correct amount of taxes... Would this be considered tax evasion(jail time?) or just tax avoidance (legal, so just an extra fine)
It isn't possible to answer your question based on the limited information provided and, because of the sensitive nature, I would recommend having a confidential consultation with an attorney subject to attorney-client privilege. When something is done wrong on your tax return, it not lawful...Read more »
I filed my taxes last yr as married filing jointly bc thats how turbo tax said to file and since we were still legally married and no papers were filed i didnt want to get in trouble for filing incorrectly... so i got the first stimulus and the second and havent given him any... he filed for... Read more »
You filed as married, and you were married. Nothing inappropriate there. Even after the divorce petition is filed, you're still married until there is a final divorce decree. The stimulus payment is community property and you can spend it however you wish. Your soon-to-be ex's...Read more »
My W2 shows a $5000 difference from what was deducted vs what the trustee received. My bankruptcy lawyer has been no help & now my bankruptcy case is being dismissed. Is there anything I can do about this since my money was mishandled by my employer? What/if any law would the employer be... Read more »
Tons of laws! Basically, this would be the equivalent of civil theft. I would first alert the trustee and they may take care of it. If not, I would file a motion to compel in the bankruptcy court to have the money turned over.
My parents gifted us the house in 2020, how to we claim this? We're not going to sell it, rather we will sell our current house and use the equity and remodel the gifted house. We have lived in our current house for over 9yrs and it will be less than $500k, so capital gains tax shouldn't... Read more »
Your parents (the giftor) should file a gift tax return because the amount of the gift exceeds the exemption. The exemption is set at $15,000 per person. If your parents (two giftors) choose to gift split, and the gift is given to you and your wife, this allows for a $60,000 exemption ($15,000...Read more »
Father-in-law giving $250,000 to help purchase a property that is $500,000. This Texas property is 30 acres plus home. Will he be taxed on that "gift" or does it fall under the Lifetime Credit Tax Exemption? Additionally, it's not really a gift as we are leasing him 25 of the... Read more »
Short answer is yes he must file a gift tax return. However, there is a lifetime exemption amount of $11,700,000 per person. That means that your father can gift up to $11,700,000 tax free during and after his life via gifts and his estate. The lease does not matter. It is still a gift if you are...Read more »
I am not clear on your question. It can be tricky throwing accusations at an alleged abuse victim because it can sound like a motive or logical justification for violence. You should also be aware that some prosecutors will consider the fact that a person is a veteran to mean they are MORE likely...Read more »
The income tax code is not tied into voting. Think of childhood stars who had very large income (Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Shirley Temple, etc.) They all paid tax on their income even if they could not vote.
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