It is impossible to tell you whether or not we can do better for you without your financial information. Most of us offer a free consultation and could tell you if you are eligible for an Offer in Compromise or some other form of collection alternative. Just stay away from the places you see...Read more »
When she migrated into skilled nursing, Going through her things discovered back tax notifications. Last year filled all her past taxes, one year had a problem. IRS won’t deal with me, asked my CPA to communicate, not very helpful. CPA said he would file something to at least stop additional... Read more »
You should consult a tax resolution professional. Attorneys, CPA's and Enrolled Agents (EA's) are authorized to represent individuals before the IRS. But all of them do not practice in that area. You want someone that regularly handles IRS tax collection issues like this.
In Feb 2019, I filed my taxes for 2018. I was self-employed and I have 3 small children that I have always claimed on taxes. Their father does not claim them. In the previous years, I used a W2 because I had an employer. Well, it’s been a year and I still don’t have my 2018 taxes. They... Read more »
You should hire a tax lawyer, provide a power of attorney using form 2848, and have the attorney call the IRS to figure it out. And in the future, adjust your withholding so the Treasury does not hold your $7k hostage indefinitely.
I'd need more details to be sure but I'd say no. I would report it and list it as not taxable. If you get a letter you'd argue that she received no economic benefit and that he should be fully responsible. If you lose file a contempt action in domestic court for damages and fees. First I would have...Read more »
Last week a policeman gave me a notification from the city that I and my brother (who lives in Oak Cliff with our elderly father, who has dementia) are being sued for almost $4000 in back taxes. The main thing is that we do not have the money to pay that all at once, yet I am required to answer in... Read more »
I am the founder of a Texas non-profit corporation (Corporated in the State of Texas) and also Chairman/CEO. I applied for the EIN being used under my own info (Name, SSN) on the IRS site. I’m stepping down completely from operations due to conflict of interest with the board and need help in how... Read more »
Non-profits don't have owners. They a board of directors and officers. When you applied for the EIN you listed yourself as a responsible party that can be changed by filing a form 8822-B or by filing Form 990.
You can't establish a non-profit under your SSN so you may have an unqualified...Read more »
I work for a hotel. Guest is claiming tax exempt and only exemption form is a Allodial American National ID card. He claims hes his own entity and is required to be tax exempt. NO tax exempt form was given. It looks like he is using Moors C.M. Bey Orders, sovereignty from Federal laws. Any insight... Read more »
I own Business A and my parents own Business B. We are both retail business but sell different types of products. Since they are 2 separate business do we have to pay our sales taxes separately or can we pay them under the same EIN?
As a matter of federal law, the IRS is not bound by state law probate administration rules and an IRS lien may be enforced against parties that receive property from a tax debtor, if proper. It is a matter of IRS discretion and the IRS has internal procedures to determine what actions to take in...Read more »
A co-worker of mine had informed me that her son is physically and mentally abusing her at home. She had also informed me that he is on drugs as well. She is in he 60’s. She said she has no privacy as he goes through her personal belongings ie. Her phone and mail. She called the police a day... Read more »
She should report the situation to Adult Protective Services, block her phone, kick him out, put on locks and a no trespassing sign. She should seek a Temporary Restraining Order, followed by a Temporary and then a Permanent Injunction against him coming within a certain distance of her.
At the end of 2013 I went to prison for 2 years, It was not til 2015 or so I started recieving letters from the IRS saying I owed the money. My question is, why are they only coming after me and not my ex-wife also for a joint return? I also had a help getting into a CNC or is it NCN, but I want to... Read more »
Since you are dealing with the IRS, the best and fastest way to "get this off your to do list" is to pay the taxes, penalties and interest due for the year 2013. If not, the IRS will keep hounding you for the next 4 years, i.e., until 2023--because that is how far they can go back--unless it is...Read more »
My parents are going to gift one of their properties to me and my adult disabled child. There will be a substantial capital gains tax on this property. How do we go about transferring ownership without a realtor? When and how will this capital gains tax be due?
Your parents might incur a gift tax for the amount of the gift over $60,000 ($15,000 x2 recipients x 2 grantors), but it is not likely because together they have an approximately $22 million lifetime exemption.
The two of you (gift recipients) will inherit your parents' basis in the...Read more »
If I understand your question correctly you are asking if the employer can deduct both the employee's share of payroll taxes and the employer's share of payroll taxes. No, the employer has to pay their share. The only taxes deducted from your paycheck should be the taxes you are responsible for...Read more »
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