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Income Taxes

Parent Category: Taxes and Tax Preparation
Taxes imposed by the government on the incomes of individuals or organizations, including capital gains
If you are talking about PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance for those who put less than 20% down on their purchase), that should be deductible if the mortgage originated in 2007 or later. If you are talking about homeowner's insurance (fire, burglary, liability), that is never deductible for your...
For individual taxpayers, the last day to file your Form 1040/1040A/1040EZ for 2008 is April 15, 2008. Most states have the same deadline. The state tax deadline may vary in some states. If, for any reason, you think you may not be able to meet this deadline, fill out and send Form 4868 by the...
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Answer . First it is a matter of how much you make, not which form how it is reported on. However, as anything on a W-2 more than likely shows the amounts of tax (and other things) that were withheld or paid on your behalf, you would want to report any amount on a W-2 to get the amount OVER...
Form 1099-R is Distributions from Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc. The payer of this money to you is required to provide Copies B (attach to your federal income return), C (keep for your records), and 2 (attach to state/city/local income return...
A person who CAN be claimed as a dependent may not claim anyone else as a dependent. Since you say that she could be your dependent, she should not be claiming any dependents herself.
Answer . \nYes, bankruptcy does not change the legal requirement of the BK filer to file an income tax return.
No, they never have to file "jointly"...it is an election that can be made and changed each year...totally your option.
Final audit is conducted by the statutory auditors after the close ofthe financial period with a view to prepare the financial statements & audit report to be presented to the Board of Directors and to be filed with statutory authorities.
If Ross stores has their W2 available online, then the store willyou give the information on how to retrieve the W2. You will needto contact the store for the details.
No. the stimulus is just the same 2008 stimulus for people who did not receive the whole amount in 2008 and that was not taxable. There is no 2009 stimulus check. Instead workers get a making work pay creidt. A refundable tax credit of up to $400 for working individuals and up to $800 for married...
You cannot claim a deduction for something you did not pay. If the primary signatory did not pay the interest, then this person does not get to deduct it. In order to claim a non-business/non-investment deduction for interest, the person claiming the deduction must (among other things) be the...
You should consider filing an amended return. 1040X because you may qualify for a tuiting deduction or credit.
Not income taxes unless your partner declares that you are part of the contributing mass in the relationship.
You are the only one that has all of the necessary information that will have to be reported on your 1040 FEDERAL income tax return for the year in order to do the calculation for the numbers that you are looking for. After you complete your 1040 federal income tax return correctly to your TAXABLE...
First make sure you have the right to file the dependant. Then you can file your taxes and wait to see what happens or spend time on the phone with the IRS, or call the persons who may have claimed the dependant. If you know that you are the only person who is supposed to file the dependant, then I...
Probably not...the benfits from paying tax are the services and programs the government provides. The number of high income taxpayers is small compared to the others, and they most certainly don't use the government services any more, and probably less, than the others.. Approx. 3% of the people pay...
Yes. Virtually all income taxes in the US are voluntary. That means the person responsible for them voluntarilarly, on his own, reports and pays them. Not that he has a choice about paying them or not, but how it is done.. All the alternatives, which were used when that term was coined, were taxes...
When you file you will calculate the correct amount of taxes that you actually owe. If not enough was taken out, you will have to pay more. If too much was taken out, you will get a refund.. Yes the tax you had withheld is taxable...the entire amount you receive, whether you put it in a savings...
Tax seasons runs from January through mid-April for many individual taxpayers. If your tax year ends on December 31, then your tax return reporting the previous year's tax information is due by April 15. If April 15 falls on a weekend, then the deadline is extended to the next business day. You can...
Probably, unless he has a lot of deductions or exemptions. In any case, he must file a federal return and probably a state return.
By "pre-inheritance" do you a gift from a person who has not died yet? If so, there is no tax to the recipient. The giver may or may not have to pay a gift tax, depending on the amount, the recipient, and how much the giver has previously given.
no, they pay for it when they send it or whatever. The same question came to me and I asked my local bank and they said that in the state of Florida that you do not, I am not sure about the rules for out of Florida.
In some states, yes. In other states, no.
Income from activities that are not undertaken in the ordinary course of company's business.
Answer . I believe so.. Answer . No - even if you work in only one state your State taxable (or gross) income will virtually never equal your Federal taxable (or gross)income. For many reasons. Like State tax is deductible from Federal, but not from itself! Some contributions or types of income...
I have no idea how Hades related to Taxes and Tat Preparation, Tax Forms, but okay. Hades (from Greek Mythology. Am I on the right track?) job was to rule the underworld, or land of the dead. Although he never actually did any of the judging of souls himself. He left that up to the soul judges ...
The most recent complete IRS budget, up 6% from last year is $11.4 Billion. To collect over $3 trillion.. Divide 11,400,000,000 by 3,000,000,000,000...it's basically in the rounding of the .4 with that 11B
Call your employer and ask for one.
Call your employer and ask for one.
Capital income is that income which is recevied or generatedfrom sale of capital assets like shares or gold etc. . Revenue income is that income which is generated from basicbusiness operating activities.
another word for pgovian tax.
The IRS defines gross income as the total of earned income plus unearned income. Earned income includes salaries, wages, tips, and professional fees. Unearned income includes taxable interest, ordinary dividends, capital gain distributions, unemployment compensation, taxable social security benefits...
Yes in the gambleing state the amount of cosinos pay for every family person or friends income taxes.
See Publication 15: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p15.pdf
Wednesday is normally the day of the week that IRS federal taxreturns are deposited. This is true for those in California oranywhere in the U.S.
You do NOT have any amount that is withheld from your net take home paycheck after it is issued to you. The amount that is withheld is calculated on your gross earnings for the pay period and is a advance payment of your possible future income tax liability. After your income tax return is completed...
First, there are many SOLs, both for different taxes and then separate ones for audit, assesment and collection...as you see a progression that added together can be a long time. Depending on certain things, the audit one is normally 3 or 4 years. However, a substantial underpayment, normally more...
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Where do you send the New Jersey 1099 misc copy 1 to what addess
Possibly. See Tables 1, 2, and 3 on pages 2, 3, and 4 of Publication 501 to determine if you are required to file a federal return: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf Check your state income tax return instructions or your state tax agency to see if you are required to file a state...
It means that you will not have to pay taxes on the value of the benefit. For example, if your salary is $1000 per month and your employer deducts $100 for health insurance benefits before taxes, then your employer will report to the IRS that you only received $900 and you will only pay taxes...
Answer . No, it applies to anyone other than a tax-exempt charity.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nNot all states allow a minor to be emancipated.\n. \nIn some states it is necessary to have the parental permission before the court will accept an emancipation petition from the minor.\n. \nIn all states that allow emancipation of minors, the parents, guardian, or any...
http://www.irs.gov/file/article/0,,id=105055,00.html
If you efile approx 4-7 days. If you mailed your return its 3-6 weeks
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nGenerally: If the money received is for a replacement of earnings (which would have been taxable, had you earned them normally), then Yes.\n. \nIf they are to compensate you for a loss of something else, say an arm or sight, etc., then No.\n. \nThe answer may be...
A PA is never a medical doctor; a doctor may have been a PA before, but ultimately still has to attend and graduate from a 4 year medical school.
No. Makes no difference to Tax how you pay your bills, and that's all a garnishment is - a forced way to pay what you should have willingly.
The government has just garnished my 2008 federal tax return due to my student loan being defaulted. My student loan dates back to 2005. It was very inconvenient to have my return garnished, especially since I would have received $6,500, but I am also glad I had this resolved!
The federal long term capital gains rate is 15% for most people. For low income people in 2008 thru 2010, the rate is 0%. The federal rate for short term capital gains is the same as the rate on ordinary income. In addition, state income taxes may apply, which vary by state.
the congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any censsus or enumeration
Like 100 pages long...for each type of filing status (single, married jointly, head of household, etc)....found at the back of the instructions book or at www.irs.gov ================= Here are the 2009 tax rate schedules, exemption amounts, and standard deductions: http://www.fairmark.com...
If this is a federal refund you are talking about, just wait two or three weeks, you will get a written explanation in the mail. It will be a lot easier to deal with after you have read the explanation. If nothing comes within 3 weeks, call 1-800-829-1040. If this is a state refund, call your...
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Because interest expense is deductible.. Because interest expense is deductible.
I don't know when you receive refund checks would like to know myself
The answer depends on which state in which country!
Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Texas, Tennessee, Washington and Wyoming do not impose a state income tax on individuals. == ans == Of course the tax they don't colllect that way they do some other way, like sales tax, personal and real property taxes, other excise fee's,...
Form 944 is Employer's Annual Federal Tax Return . It's the yearly version of Form 941 (Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return). Form 944 is filed only once a year whereas Form 941 is filed for every three months. Filing Form 944 is by invitation only from the IRS. The form is designed to reduce...
Yes unless it is Earned Income Credit.
You can find federal forms from previous years here: http://www.irs.gov/formspubs/article/0,,id=98339,00.html Just fill them out and mail them in as if you were filing on time. Don't worry about any interest or penalties, the IRS will send you a bill if one applies. If they owe you a refund,...
To find out if a business owes back taxes, you should contact theIRS. The business tax number to call is (800) 829-4933.
US citizens are liable for payment of US income tax on all their income, not just their income from US sources. If the IRS audits you, or through other means learns that you have not filed, they will seek to obtain the taxes due and any appropriate interest and fines.. However, if you live in a...
If you are a US citizen or resident alien, then your worldwide income, not just your US income, is subject to US taxes. Certain credits and exclusions apply.
A sixteen year old can file income tax and, if the 16 year old had sufficient income, the 16 year old must file tax. There are no upper or lower age limits on income tax obligations. Even if the 16 year old didn't owe any tax, if taxes were withheld from the 16 year old's wages, the 16 year old...
Florida does not have an individual state income tax. They do have a corporate income tax.
You can (theoretically at least) be audited forever. However, if the results of the audit show that you owe more taxes , there are limits on how far back the IRS can collect the taxes. Generally, taxes cannot be collected three years after you file a return. If you understated your income by 25%...
Yes. You have to pay taxes on both earned and unearned income. In tax language "earned income" means income from a job or self-employment. "Unearned income" is other income such as interest on your bank accounts or profits from investments. A sufficient amount of earned or unearned income...
For a federal return, it depends on the source of the income (whether it was earned or unearned income), whether the person was a dependent, and whether any of it came from self-employment. See Tables 1,2,and 3 on pages 2,3, 4 of Publication 501: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf The...
Tax evasion is the refusal to pay a percentage of your income tax for personal reasons. some arguments against federal income tax are that it is unconstitutional. There is also a community who resist taxes that fund the war. Some of these war tax resisters choose to refuse the percentage of taxes...
this is a reduction of taxes
You tell me so I can tell you. Hope this helps! Please do not hesitate to ask any questions regarding taxation. Sincerely, Your trust worthy tax expert
line 21 of 1040,if you did the babysitting.
The Walgreen's is in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. My employee ID# is 001754079
Form 1099-MISC is Miscellaneous Income. The business where you work provides you with Form 1099-MISC (instead of Form W-2 Wage and Tax Statement) when they consider you as self-employed, NOT an employee. Employers are required to provide/send 1099-MISC and W-2 forms by January 31st. If January...
Do I send my federal income tax to Fresno Ca. from Michigan ?
Yes you would be required to file the 1040 federal income tax return correctly and completely and send it to the correct IRS address. As a qualified dependent on another taxpayers income tax return you will not be allowed to claim your own exemption for yourself on your 1040 federal income tax...
It's impossible to say based on just the information you have given. For a definitive answer see, Tables 1, 2, and 3 on pages 2. 3. and 4 of Publication 501: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf If they won the $2000 all at once, probably about $500 was withheld for taxes. Even if you are...
If you worked in California, you owe tax for wages earned in California regardless of where you live, so you'll have to file a California return. Any delayed payments such as bonuses, commissions, and residuals that you earned for work done in California are also taxable in California, even if you...
let me think NO
At the risk of "copping out", my advice is to seek the opinion of a knowledgeable CPA, or other tax professional experienced in this area.
See Tables 1, 2. and 3 on pages 2, 3, and 4 of Publication 501: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf
For a federal return, it depends on the source of the income (whether it was earned or unearned income), the age of the dependent, and whether any of it came from self-employment. See Table 2 on page 3 of Publication 501 and Table 3 on page 4 of Publication 501: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf...
My workers comp (Indiana) covered all my out of town appointments, mileage, tolls, parking, everything that incurred an expense they paid for. There were a couple times that I took the train to my appointment that were 2 hours away and they paid for the train fare and also the taxi to get to and...
Certainly. Most people fold it so that it fits into a standard #10 business envelope.
In some states, the state will take your state refund for any debt or fine you might owe to the state or any state agency. It will depend on the law and practices of the particular state and vary from state to state.
You can get an automatic six-month extension of the deadline for filing your income tax return. To request an extension, submit Form 4868 (Application for Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return). It's important to remember that the extension gives you extra time for getting...