I know that trying an offer and compromise and innocent spouse pauses the 10 year statute of limitations. However, what are all of the things that are going to pause the 10 year statute of limitations? Thank you.
Congress defined a Public Office in Section 7701(26) as one that doesn't include the words of a "private enterprise." The 78 Congressional Record's recorded testimony of F. Morris Hubbard's (senior legislative draftsman of the Treasury Department) explanation in front of Congress in 1943 Volume... Read more »
Rather than trying to "prove you wrong" I would rather invite you to attend the next meeting of the Sovereign Citizens of America, Inc., to be held in the City Hall in Lubbock, Texas, on all hallows eve (called Halloween in some places). I will be standing in the back, watching and listening.
For federal taxes, I would start with the Internal Revenue Code and the regulations enacted pursuant to that. You might go to IRS.Gov to see what is available there. The IRC is also a part of the United States Code (Title 26), available at various sites online. And then case...Read more »
On 17-06-2019 I had a lawsuit in my uncle's Accra Ghana. I am required to buy a tax-clearance certificate and the amount of payment is considerable to me. I request to verify them before making the payment.
I mailed those in back in 2013 but the IRS slis saying they never received them. Anyways I resubmitted them again this year but now they want an explanation of why I didn't send them in back in 2013. They are trying to charge me with a $10,000 civil penalty. How can I show them proof that I sent... Read more »
If you are referring to the agent under a power of attorney, then the answer is no, the power of attorney automatically terminates upon the death of the principal. Also, agents under powers of attorney do not automatically inherit. Inheritance is determined by the decedent's will or, if the...Read more »
You should have thought to ask yourself this same question way back when you deposited new money into a retirement account that prohibits early withdrawals unless the known penalty is paid. The reason the IRS is seeking to tax the funds as regular income is because you violated the terms and...Read more »
property taxes that are being assessed for the past 3 years since the state denied his homestead exemption on his residence. He is married and his wife and he have lived in separate homes the past 3 years. He claims that I should have known to file them each "married filing separately" in order... Read more »
Doubtful, but you should really check with your insurance carrier and any ethics or licensing board to whom you have reporting obligations. Now if the client told you he specifically wanted to file married filing separately, and you didn't do that, that may lead to a different outcome.
I have not filed personal income taxes in around 11 years. At first is because I owed knew that I was going to owe a few hundred dollars, then I left it for the following year and then the following year and I know that I may owe between 7 to 10 thousand dollars. Now, I've been doing a lot of... Read more »
See if you qualify for assistance from a law income taxpayer clinic in your area. It is impossible for us to give you the best advice without a lot more detail. Here is a link for more information on the clinics.
It is not a lien but a right of redemption for a certain period. You could wait to see if the mortgagee exercises its right of redemption, which is paying you money. After the period, and the right is not exercised, the property is probably yours. But you need a competent attorney who will...Read more »
I'm a limited partner in two real estate partnerships that file composite returns for the investors. I opted into the composite return, and then realized that I have income in WI from both partnerships (I'm a non-resident). I don't think WI allows an individual to be included in more than one... Read more »
Without knowing more details it's going to be impossible to give any assistance on this matter. You're probably going to have to share more than you should through an online forum to receive a useful answer.
Assuming you're referring to government employees of a town and a forced...Read more »
My sister and I own 5 acres of farmland in McFarland, CA. we inherited from my Father’s estate in 2009 he passed away in 2007. I live in Tucson, AZ. I’ve been paying the property tax for 12 years and my sister who lives in CA. just ignores all of my attempts for her to pay her share. I once... Read more »
Hi, I recently submitted an IRS Offer in Compromise and it was accepted. I plan to make my payment using EFTPS payment system and it is asking for the individual tax periods. I am unsure which tax period to select because the tax periods I owe for the Offer in Compromise are 2011,2012,2014,2015 and... Read more »
You don't have to designate a period for payments but if you default on the OIC the IRS has to apply the payment to the period designated. So if you complete the OIC it doesn't matter, but if you don't you've paid down the most recent tax debt which the IRS has the most time to...Read more »
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