Probably not. If the person owes a considerable amount to the state for the care of a child there might be a way to recover funds. Those woiuld go to the state itself, and not the custodia parent. It is not likely however, unless the person has major assets that could be seize…
The Correct mixture would be 14:7 to 1 (one) By using an Exhaust gas Analizer is how this would be deternined.
Under tax law, as a student living at home, you are your
parents' dependent for income tax purposes regardless of your
Therefore, you are their dependent and they will get that
exemption. You, however, can file your tax return and, assuming you
have earned income (from a job) that you had …
In Florida, magistrates insist that Auto Diminished Value reports are prepared by licensed appraisers (FL Adjusters license) and that said reports contain actual dealer quotes showing their opinions of the loss of value. St. Lucie Appraisal in Fort Pierce obtains six dealer quotes. Some national com…
If the debts are joint, then yes, to get any benefit, you both have to file.If one partner filed and the other did not, and the debts are joint, you'll just shift the whole burdon to the other partner.Contrary to popular belief, bankruptcy does not "destroy" your credit. You will be charged higher i…
6 Years from the date of filing of the Chapter 13. (Only because it was converted).
Yes, but that would leave the other spouse open for collection of the full amount of the debt. Arizona is a community property state. All debts of a married couple are considered joint. And both are equally responsible for the money owed.
I believe the correct procedural step to withdraw a Chapter 7, or at least the most common, is to file a Motion to Dismiss with the Bankruptcy Court. However, this act should be discussed with an attorney who practices locally since dismissing a case is not always as simple as it seems. Once a case …
Not Usually Possible
The homestead exemption is applicable only to the primary residence. So the only way you and your spouse could claim different homes is if you are separated and have different primary residences.
Texas is a community property state. Unless one of the properties was acquired …
I have section 8 myself. You Cannot apply online. You must contact
your local housing dept. For example: Call Information 411 (or in
large communities you can dial 211 and speak to a resources hotline
volunteer) and ask for your local or regional housing authority.:,
ex;Lowell Housing Authority, if …
No. Not exactly there are websites where you can get one for free im not going to name any because I do not know if it is illegal or not to Download emulaters for free. That and I don't know any. But yes there probably is a place to get one for free.
What kind of emulator, to do what with what? All…
The amount of compensation for injuries such as a scar are completely within of the jury hearing the case (or the judge in a nonjury trial). I can depend on many factors, such as the size and location of the scar. As an example, the scar on the face of aHollywood actor might be worth a lot more th…
They can get an ITIN number (individual taxpayer identification number)It does not allow then to work or receive income earned credit (IEC), only to pay federal taxes. I am not sure if it's the same thing as a federal tax id nomb…
Not sure what you are wanting. Do you need a vehicle repossessed?
How Marriage Affects Return
You can check with www.IRS.gov, but it will affect your return. You get better tax bracket treatment and can have higher standard deductions, contributions to various retirement accounts, etc. Filing married has many, many tax advantages!
You can ask them, but unless there is a written agreement between the two of you then the law pretty much dictates what they are allowed to disclose. These days, it isn't much because there have been so many lawsuits from employees who feel their reputations were damaged.
Answer I only provi…
A person can claim head of household only if the dependent is related, almost any relationanything but a cousin. You can not claim head of household if they are not related.
Yes, you would have to file head of household. This is perfectly legitimate and quite common. The person you are c…
Workers comp payments should be reported to you via a form 1099 which is also furnished to IRS. If payments are reimbursements for medical treatment and or travel expenses for medical treatment then the answer is no. However, if the workers comp payments are for lost wages or a lump sum settlement f…
The child would have to have their tax return amended and repay any money that they should not have got. If the parents also filed incorrectly, theirs would have to be amended as well.
those are block casting numbers That block was used from 1969-1979. it was used in corvettes,camaro,trucks,nova,etc. the pad on the engine block(front edge,right head) will tell you production date ,engine size etc.
Gross pay is what you make before any deductions. If a job is advertised at $30,000 a year, then that's the gross pay. Net pay is what's left after taxes, health benefits and other deductions are taken out of your check. So gross pay of $30,000 would become something like net pay of $22,564.
Perhaps. It depends on whether you have enough non-Social Security income to be required to file an income tax return. Also, for 2007 and, possibly, 2008, you may qualify for an economic stimulus rebate, but only if you file a return.
You can find a form on the internet or at the library.…
im auctually doing this right now, we tried to get my fiance to get his tourist visa to meet my family here in America but that was a failed attempt, so we will get a viance visa , i will start the petition next month, and on emergency it can take 6-8 months but that is for like a pregnant fiance wa…
You do not own your employment file.
Employees are allowed to see personal files which contain information relating to their censure or dismissal.
Contact your union representative (if any) an attorney or the local legal aid society for assistance.
Also, you can't claim certain things as married filing separately as you can married filing jointly.
The advantage is a bigger standard deduction. This is the amount the IRS subtracts from your income for the year. Say, you made $30,000 and your spouse made 36,000. Filing separately you w…
use kelly blue book pricing, or ask the dealers
If it's salvage/reconstructed (i.e. repaired nicely and roadworthy) roughly 60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car. If it's still a wreck probably 20% of a comparable clean titled car. Use nada.com to estimate clean ti…
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When marrying, you child and their spouse must decide whether to file jointly or separately. If they file jointly, they will claim themselves for tax purposes, and you cannot claim them. A taxpayer can usually claim a married person as a qualifying child dependent if all of these conditions are me…
Salaries Any salary a company pays you is always before taxes. So if a company offers $600/wk salary, that is before taxes. Your paycheck will reflect the net amount, and the net will be the same since you have the same gross for each paycheck.
In theory the non citizen spouse is not required to file a return, but the other spouse as a citizen has only two choices: either married filing joint or married filing separate.
Most likely you will probably want to file jointly so that you can claim your spouse's exemption amount as well as being…
Doing taxes yourself can be tricky. I used freetax.com for both my
federal and state taxes and it went seamlessly. Best part... it was
all FREE! Oh yeah, and if you run into any problems they have
online chat assistance or you can walk straight into an office!
You will need to file an amended return, and the quicker the better.
If it is for a very recent tax year, you may be able to avoid any interest charges.
Do not forget you may have to do a similar process for your State.
If you discover an error after your return ha…
Alaska doesn't have a state income tax. No state taxes are withheld from your earnings. Every Alaskan receives a payment each year from the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation. That payment is only taxable on your U.S. income tax return. Only federal taxes are withheld from earnings in Alaska. You can…
the total amount of money earned after all withholdings
Yup tax things can be awfully complex...add a little contract law..divorce law and more to the pot and things can get exceptionally murky!However, I think the realistic answer basically comes down to: If when you were married you filed separate returns, your OK. Proving you correctly filed for the p…
There is a common mis-conception that the notices of the type you
ask, generally in the 1099 series (there are lots of different
ones) as well as a W-2, (showing withholding by employers), must be
received by January 31 for any period in the just ended calendar
THAT IS INCORRECT: Actua…
Your taxable income (the amount you made to apply a tax rate to) is, because of deductions, exemptions, dependents and other considerations, is normally very different (lower) than what you "make". A person who made 20K will have a tax rate of about 15%, however, again EITC and other credits may mak…
ummm you file them that's how. now if you are talkin filling for the year that you didnt file then yea you can file them but it will cost you. That happen to me for my state so i told H & R block forget that... i let them keep that money. lol
this is a just we needs the w-2 ok never i don't have a form w-2 just only for for w-2
What state do you live in? What city? These would be very helpful in order to answer your question more thoroughly. But if you want just a general answer, scrap steel is not very high right now, just look at how many vehicles are in the junk yards around you area. A good way to gage it is …
That you are asking implies you may want to get some additional guidance.
The 1120 series is used to file C corp returns. Each co in the group should have it's own entire pro-forma return made, and an elimination Co made on the Consolidating schedules for tax to produce one combined entit…
People in the military receive their pay based on how many years
they have been in the military and how high their rank is. Base pay
for a private with less than 2 years of experience is slightly less
than 20,000 dollars per year.
FICA stands for Federal Insurance Contribution (tax) Act. You and your employer both contribute a percentage of your income to this tax which is attributed to Social Security and Medicare. Social security is the governmental fund that provides income to retirees, disability, etc. Medicare provides m…
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SALVAGE VALUE The estimated value that an asset will realize upon its sale at the end of its useful life. The value is used in accounting to determine depreciation amounts and in the tax system to determine deductions. The value can be a best guess of the end value or can be determined by a regulat…
Logically, lower taxes on dividends and capital gains should
accelerate investments in the entities seeking capital. Hence it
should lead to acceleration of the economic activity. The economic
recovery can happen subject of other favourable factors.
Section 8 payments that are not taxable income, and are not
reported on your tax return. However, if you are applying for
things such as Pell Grant, then you would next your Section 8
benefits information to claim on the FAFSA.
Try Good Old Yahoo
Yahoo! People Search can be very useful for finding addresses and phone numbers (even cell numbers). However, if you are searching for the address of someone who is a minor, the chances of anything showing up are slim. If the address you are searching for is in a small town, yo…
Alabama does not have a law requiring employers to give any breaks to employees no matter what days they work.
There is no federal or Alabama state law mandating that an employer must allow for any meal breaks or other breaks, regardless of the day of the week that is worked.
in most states you can apply online
International non alternative dispute resolution ( int nonadr ) is
listed on a will from time to time. It basically is reminder that
legal enforcement by representative was not used in composition.
There is no standard formula, it depends on your taxes and other deductions taken, which vary from individual to individual. Taxes vary by region, filing status and withholding allowances. Deductions include retirement contributions, union dues, insurance payments, student loan payments, child suppo…
Yes, and employer can sue an employee only if the suit is reasonable and and confirmed ny the law.
Federal Insurance Contribution Act
The word FICA stands for "Federal Insurance Contributions Act."
Online services can help you. These websites work with the Social Security Administration so that employers may be able to verify if a person is eligible for employment. You can even verify your own SSN on the Internet. If you are looking for the SSN of a deceased person, you can log on to a governm…
i sure South Korea using it~ but not sure about the others~
April 15th is the last day every year that you can send in your
federal income without a penalty. Some post offices are even open
until midnight, and as long as your federal return is postmarked
April 15th, 23:59 you're good to go.
ssi benefits only increase when the individuleis allotted such. medicade part a b is not needed because wealfare or soial services covers it benifit amount increases. Food stamps increases for income changes, check with ssi. computer error may be the cause of the increase. Don't be a crab in the bar…
Depending on the laws of the state you live in, you will have to pay the following charges: 1. The payments you're past due. 2. The repossession fee charged by the lender or dealership (if a buy here pay here). 3. The tow charge. Depending on the flexibility of the lender or dealership that repo…
You must file taxes if you earn the following amounts of income:
Self-employed, any age: $400
Children and Teens classified as a dependent: $5,700
Single, under 65: $9,350
Single, over 65: $10,750
Married, filing jointly, both spouses under 65: $18,700
Married, filing jointly, one spouse over …
the phone book
The only way to find out the status of your section 8 application or position on the waiting list is to call the Housing Authority that maintains the list.
The obvious answer is to call the Better Business Bureau and then sue the lawyer. And next time, check up on whoever you replace him/her with before using their services.
More specifically, as your saying your certain he made an error, but also suggesting you don't know how to …
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See similar question linked here: If someone grosses 553.00 how do you find out what percentage is taken out if net is 437.88 in Utah
IRM 1001 Refund paper check mailed more than 4 weeks ago See IRM 18.104.22.168.4, Refund Issued But, Lost, Stolen, Destroyed or Not Received 1101 No data, taxpayer filed paper return more than 6 weeks ago See IRM 22.214.171.124.1.1, Return Not Found 1102 No data, taxpayer filed electronic return more than 3…
The Brigham St. Society is a term invented by Stansberry and Associates -- this is a teaser for LUK. Full details here: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/2007/10/brigham-st-society-secret-society-1.html
I am so sorry your sister passed away.Generally a Will is left and an Executor (male) or Executrix (female) has to carry out the wishes of that Will. Most Wills go into Probate so that all personal taxes, any property taxes and any debts by the deceased are paid off and the residue left is the Estat…
You can file a W-5 form with your employer's payroll department, and they're supposed to advance it to you in your paycheck.
On a W-9 form for income tax purposes, if a person is single with
no dependents, they are allowed to claim one person (themselves)
only. Some people prefer to have the government withhold a little
extra from their paychecks so that they do not end up paying in at
the end of the year.
i- An official copy of proceedings in a court.
.ii- The transcription of the shorthand notes of the proceedings at a hearing.
For non-professional non-college sports apparel (e.g. regular fashion apparel), the annual royalty rate is typically between about 1.75% and 6% of net sales. For professional or college sports apparel the royalty rate is between about 8% and 15% of net sales. The Licensee also typically ha…
A Tax exemption excludes a portion of your income from taxation. Specifically, according to tax law, "Exempt income" is legally defined in 26 CFR Sec. 861-8T(d)(2)(ii). But, you'll see Income tax law does not list what income is specifically exempt. Instead, US tax law specifically lists the oppo…
MY SON WANTS TO GO TO COLLEGE HE IS 19YRS. HOW DOSE HE GO ABOUT APPLYING FOR A GRANT PLUS, I HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT AS I HAVE REMARRIED AND THE MAN I AM MARRIED TO IS NOT THE FATHER OF MY SON, WILL THIS MEAN THAT THERE ONLY GO OFF MY WAGE AS I WORK PART-TIME OR WILL THEY GO OFF MY NEW HUSBANDS WAGE
subtract the tax you pay from your gross income.
Limited Liability Company.
Disability is an impairment of the mind or body that prevents a person to function in one of more major life activities.
Absolutely not. Those are confidential. The only entity that I know of that can ask for this information is a mortgage company when they are reviewing for a modification of terms. No other entity I know of can ask for these, legally. Of course, anyone can ask for anything they want to but complying …
I have an amount of 800 -in my box 14 on my w2 is it taxable
The amount one pays as income tax depends on their TAXABLE income. It is a percentage of that income. The exact percentage used depends on the level of that income.
Taxable income depnds on many things: Earnings from employment for sure, earnings from other sources (investments, governme…
Bearshare has free programs in which you can download a wide
variety of music. There are some songs which are listed as premium,
which are only available to members who subscribe to Bearshare Pro
which costs $19.95 for 6 months or $29.95 for a year.
not without penalties. If you're taking from a tax-deferred account you pay taxes on it. If you then want to put that money into an ordinary certificate of deposit then you will pay taxes at the same rate you would for any other interest earned.
This statement may be found on BBB sites:
BBB accreditation fees/membership dues cannot be deducted as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes, but are usually 100% deductible as a business expense (consult tax advisor).
More:Absolutely - to do otherwise, the employer would be held in contempt of court. The garnishment is a court ordered statement.EVEN MORE THAN THAT--- In the State of Georgia, if a company does not answer the garnishment complaint and withhold the money as demanded, IT (the company who is sen…
You must receive them by the last day of January for the previous year. (Some companies, for those they know will not have any additional items to report this year, may issue them sooner).
Simply put to insure quality...
There are many kinds of calibration standards out there. We at, Exaxol, make ICP, AA, Ion Chromatography, EPA, pH, and Conductivity standards among other things. They all have different shelf lives due to there matrix or stabilizers. Many require high purity acids t…
Fighters compete within or for an umbrella organization or league. To locate a specific form you must contact a specific organization. Most leagues have a website with much information on it inlcuding how to join and compete for their organization.
What is the federal mileage allowance for car travel to work with non-profit organizations? What if I am a for-profit busiiness hired to work for a non-profit? Do they pay the non-profit rate or the business rate?
Short offset shorts first, then they offset longs. Your better to have them offset short, as short is taxed at ordinary rate and long at special lower rate.
A stock sale is a capital gain/loss transaction.
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Each taxpayer who files a tax return must have an identifying number. In addition, each dependent claimed on a tax return must have an identifying number. The identifying number can be a Social Security Number, Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number.Soc…
Did you mean the repossession form? One usually finds a form for reposession either the institute (fe. a state of Indiana) in question's website or at the lobby of the office. Do note, that in some countries (fe. Germany) repossession is illegal, if done without the authoritie's permission (usuall…
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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…
A registered agent is allowed to sign for a corporation. Whoever is
listed on the Articles of Incorporation as a signature can sign.
An exemption basically is something you use to lower your taxes, or
something you do not have to pay taxes on, such as a child or
student loan interest. A withholding allowance is how much the
employer withholds from your check in taxes after exemptions are