You would pay the sales tax to the State of Texas. There are a lot of complex rules with online sales, but it typically depends on the level of sales that store/person has in the state on whether the State of Ark. can also collect sales tax.
I had a company send me a w-2 for 2019. I never worked for them that year. I did work for them the year before. The w-2 said I was paid just under $900.00. I never got any money. I think the boss used my info to get the money for himself.
You really should be asking a Tax Law attorney or at least a CPA. This isn't my area of practice so I can't give you a legal answer. However, as a fellow taxpayer, it is my understanding that it is better to reach out to the IRS than to put your head in the sand so you might consider...Read more »
If you mean affidavits of probable cause upon which is the basis to issue an arrest warrant or search warrant, in Texas the Judge is supposed to keep those or file them in a place that they are publicly available since they are matters of public record.
Gather what records you have, order IRS (and state if applicable) transcripts, draft returns and file. If you owe you'll need to work out a resolution, pay, installment agreement, offer in compromise, etc...
For that amount of returns I would suggest hiring a professional. They usually...Read more »
My wife and I are Mexican citizens living in Mexico. I have 4 children who were born in Texas. 21, 15, 10 and 2 years old. 22 years ago I worked in the USA with an H-1B visa when my oldest son was born. When my visa expired, I returned to live in Mexico and I only returned to the USA so that my... Read more »
The children under 16, no. The 21 year old, maybe. If he or she has a social security number (SSN), but has never filed any taxes, then he or she must fill out the non-filer form: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments
I am in Louisiana. My case is going into its final appeal because they made the decision before they saw any of my evidence that I faxed. My boss not only paid in $1,400 to an employee that was fired, which was part of my quarterly income, but then he skipped a quarter of my income. Then he paid me... Read more »
Most if not all states keep very close tabs on employers who "skip" paying payroll taxes; so the agency you are dealing with is now aware that your employer has violated state and federal laws, thus causing you (and other employees?) to be denied unemployment benefits. Because you...Read more »
States often send out amount due notices with no substantiation. However, it's your responsibility to respond and show they're wrong. Complete bunk, but that's the way it is. Otherwise you find yourself in a situation where they just start taking your...Read more »
I was misinformed about my job duties, requirements, and compensation by my direct supervisor. When I attempted to gain clarity I was informed that I was being released due to the fact that I was on parole. This information was delivered verbally from company supervisor in corporation's... Read more »
You are entitled to a fair and complete explanation. You may contact the state labour board and request a hearing. A local labour law attorney who handles employees' claims may be helpful to you. You should request a full explanation from your former employer IN WRITING. Ask for a complete...Read more »
Many churches have 'worship teams'—teams of musicians who play many or most Sundays per year, and I understand how they would probably need to treat those musicians as employees. The church in question, however, occasionally has professional musicians from local orchestras play music on... Read more »
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....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 »
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