In Texas, you would generally need a business or corporate lawyer to assist with forming an LLC for your dog training private lessons business. These lawyers specialize in issues like entity formation, contracts, and compliance with state and federal laws. Some may also have experience specific to...View More
The original return was accepted by the IRS and I was given a refund check (which I cashed) despite the error. I didn't submit an amended return until after the filing due date in April and I ended up owing the IRS just under $200 according to the electronic filing service that I use.... View More
While you technically “can” be, it is highly unlikely that the IRS will pursue anything under the circumstances. File an amended return voluntarily with correct information is very strong evidence of it being a mistake rather than an intentional act of deception.
There is a potential part-time consulting job that would require software for the next round of the pitch. Also, I am spending thousands in due diligence on a potential private investment. I look to do more of these kinds of deals even if these don't work. If I register an LLC, can I deduct... View More
Yes, you can generally register an LLC and deduct business expenses, even if no revenue is generated immediately. The IRS allows deductions for ordinary and necessary expenses incurred while actively pursuing a business, which includes startup and operational costs. However, it's crucial to...View More
I had no idea that by living in Texas that my gambling winnings in Oklahoma would be taxed by the state. After receiving a letter that I owed 2018 taxes, I did lots of research into the new law enacted in 2021. For that year alone I’ll owe almost $36000 which, is impossible for me to pay. I need... View More
The ability of the Oklahoma Tax Commission to require retroactive payment on gambling winnings for out-of-state individuals can depend on various factors, including the specific laws and regulations in place at the time of the winnings and any changes made by new legislation. It's essential to...View More
12,000 acre ranch was left to the community for the purpose of maintaining and funding the local hospital. The ranch also gets proceeds from natural gas royalties and leasing out hunting. For years they have raised and sold livestock to benefit the hospital. New board member states this is illegal
The legality of raising and selling livestock to fund a local hospital on a community-owned ranch depends on the terms and conditions set forth in the original bequest or trust that left the ranch to the community. If the bequest explicitly permits such activities for hospital funding, it may be...View More
I am a contracted 1099 worker and the company I work for deducts their commission/service fee off my check (I Pay them a percentage for their services). At the end of the year it is not reflected in my earnings so it lowers my taxable income. I have other expenses through them that ARE reflected in... View More
Yes, you can typically claim the commission you pay to the company as a business expense deduction on your taxes, even if it's not reflected in your earnings on the 1099 form. It's not considered a double deduction because you are essentially reporting your gross income and then deducting...View More
I worked for 6 months and got 10,000 in my 401k, I been there over 17 years I had only 60,000. How can I find my 401 k earnings from 2004-2015, because I believe my supervisor used my id to steal money from my 401k because they had access to my identity. No wonder they where trying to befriend me
To obtain your 401(k) earnings and account statements from 2004 to 2021, you should contact the administrator or the financial institution that manages your 401(k) plan. They should be able to provide you with the account statements and transaction history for that period. If you suspect any...View More
In the United States, laws regarding family cemeteries and property exemptions can vary by state and local jurisdiction. Generally, some states have laws that allow for the establishment of family cemeteries on private property, and these cemeteries may be exempt from certain regulations or taxes....View More
Since the Texas Secretary of State processes certificates of formation and certificates of authority fairly quickly (2-3 days), this issue rarely comes up. Technically, you cannot do business in Texas in a company name until it is registered to do business in Texas. But, if you do, once it is...View More
Generally, receiving disability benefits shouldn't be affected by selling your property. Disability benefits are typically based on factors such as your medical condition and ability to work, rather than your assets or property ownership. However, it's essential to consult with a...View More
It depends on the specific circumstances and the laws of the jurisdiction in which the individual resides. In some cases, individuals may have legal rights to compensation for the use of their personal information, particularly if the organization is using the information for commercial purposes...View More
Only the older, more responsible son claimed for the house with FEMA. With FEMA money a residential lot was purchased and a new house was built by Mennonites. I did all the paperwork and put the deed in only that one son's name. Now , years later, the other son has been given 100% disability... View More
It’s my deceased grandfather homes, my father is deceased as well & I’m next to kin, including multiple other family members. Taxes are owed and county is trying to serve me and other family members for delinquent taxes.
I never had a relationship with my father or his dad, but now... View More
I claimed him on my taxes or may have filed jointly back in 2017. We have never been married. Last year I was supposed to get 8913 back and irs took all of it. They said that he owed a debt from 2017, the only year I ever claimed him. This year they took 6271 because my last year taxes didn’t... View More
I filed my taxes with Turbo Tax last year and their third party vendor hasn’t delivered my tax refund and is saying they need to deduct fees for delivery. Im asking for a receipt for the fees and they are refusing.
Yes, as long as the vehicle is used for business purposes. It is highly advisable that title is taken in the name of the LLC and is covered by a commercial motor vehicle liability insurance policy rather than a personal one
Now my homeowners ins. has gone up 183% based on the arbitrary (imo) valuation. I cannot afford it and will have to sell my home. I was told I cannot protest my property taxes because the home was a foreclosure. I am 63, single, and live on disability. Doesn't a professional appraisal carry... View More
The fact that your home was a foreclosure does, however, mean that the price you paid for the home does not constitute the “fair market value” of the home because you purchased it at a forced sale. Typically, the price paid at a foreclosure sale is less than the fair market value.
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