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... Read more »
Yes, a recent unbiased professional appraisal carries considerable weight in a tax protest. In most instances, the appraisal review board will adopt the professional appraiser's valuation in such circumstances.
You can go onto your IRS portal and pull the account transcript for the business. This will tell you if a return is on file. If you are unable to do it that way, you can call the IRS directly. Just be prepared for long wait times.
The easiest way is contacting the firm you worked with or...Read more »
Housing provided = 2 bed, one couch bed rv camper trailer. Details of said housing were not outlined in employment contract/offer letter. We are now purchasing a mobile home (larger/more permanent adequate). Company owner is allowing placement on the property. We do not pay rent, but portion of... Read more »
Texas has no inheritance tax and is highly unlikely to adopt one.
Our federal government has vacillated between having no estate tax to imposing an estate tax with an exemption. This is not imposed on an asset by asset basis, but rather on the amount of your entire estate.
one of the companies I worked for, for a year and they only paid 51 dollars in taxes, yet my taxes was taken out of every check. Same with the other company except they only paid 320 dollars in taxes for the months I was working with them (temp agency) now the IRS is claiming I didn’t file my... Read more »
it is unlikely you will be pursed criminally for missing returns unless something else is going on. However it is possible that the IRS and/or State may file a substitute for return on your behalf. When the IRS and/or State takes this action, they utilize the wage and financial information that has...Read more »
We lived together and filed together but 6 months later he left to Florida. He's been gone over a year..I just need to know if I have to divorce him legally to get legally married to someone..some say no but I need to know for sure before we apply for a marriage license..
If your question is looking for a "redemption" period after a f/c sale. There is none! Once it is sold at foreclosure, it is the property of the buyer, 100% in fee simple. While there may be some other legal issues of the property you buy at a f/c sale, it is a different legal process,...Read more »
I purchased a home in 2021 that came with 10 year warranty for the foundation. Recently, interior of home started having foundation issues on one side of the home. Company came out to take a look but refuse to fix the issue because warranty apparently has been voided for two reasons. 1. Warranty... Read more »
The answer you seek would require me or any other attorney to review all of your dad's estate planning documentys and assets. Plus, the latest deed and lien on the subject property. Why are you giving a deed?
The other parent does not see the children as often if at all, mainly around holidays (compared to when the order was first established). child support is not consistent and there is a large amount of back pay owed.
If your current court orders address claiming the children as dependents on your tax return, you can file a Suit to Modify Parent-Child Relationship and request a change to that language. in a suit to modify, you must be able to explain to the Court that there has been a "material and...Read more »
If you have filed tax returns in prior years, for those unpaid income taxes, then yes, a bankruptcy can help you. Unpaid income taxes, for returns filed more than two years and four months prior to the date of bankruptcy, are dischargeable, along with the interest and penalties accruing....Read more »
Generally, if your Social Security benefits are your only source of income, then they are usually not considered taxable income. If Social Security is your only source of income, then you typically do not need to file a tax return. If you are still working when you receive Social Security benefits...Read more »
Seeing him less than 5 or 6 times yearly.Hes a journeyman electrician of 25+ yrs, makes very good money but always lied about it and when he did pay c. Support, it was 500 at its highest.The woman he lives with is a P.Assist.On 6-13-2021 I was in a terrible car wreck.My poor son, who had spent the... Read more »
If they supported him more than 50 percent of the time they can claim him, If you think you are entitled to exemption call the IRS and there is a form you can fill out to contest your ex claiming your son,
Usually the easiest way to obtain abandoned property is a Tax Sale, so check on its tax status in your County. But you will also need a TX attorney to search the title and determine ownership, easements, etc.
I presented my employer proof of employment discrimination and signed an agreement to receive money and not pursue a lawsuit. I was deposited less than the money agreed. The company claimed they deposited less because they withheld taxes from the net pay.
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