1) Generally it is very difficult to shift income to a child. 2) Why shift capital gain income anyway, it's the same rate for everyone? 3) Primary residences are exempt from gains, unless something like a million $. 4) Any tax, especially on sale of a residence, can depend much on what you do with the proceeds, and the reason for the sale.
Income eligibility guidelines for 2007 tax year are: * Families with one child ($33,241 single parent) * Families with one child ($35,241married filing jointly) * Families with two or more children ($37,783 single parent) * Families with two or more children ($39,783 married filing jointly) * Single workers without children ($12,590) * Married workers without children ($14,590) * Investment Income Limit: $2,900 or less
A single parent is the absence of one parent in the child or children life it could be mother or father.
Although a single gay person is allowed to adopt a child, it is unclear whether a same-sex couple can legally adopt (either jointly or "second parent") a child in Wyoming.
Most single parents do not pay child support. The absent parent pays the child support.
Yes, absolutely; if you intend to raise the child catholic that is no problem.
Most single-parent families are a result of divorce, spousal death, or a child being born out of wedlock.
Yes. Marital status of a non custodial parent has no bearing on the amount of child support he or she is required to pay.
Generally, the parent with the greater amount of physical custody is entitled to child support.
a child / children and a mother or a father
A family with only one parent - normally a single woman with one or more children. It could also be a father with a child or more children.
Single fathers have no rights to see their child until approved by a court. see links below
A single parent family is a type of family with only one parent present with either a blood related child/children or an adopted one.
It can take up to 6 months to receive tax money if filing jointly or if filing single it can take up to 10 weeks
possibly but it really depends on the parent and how much attention he/she pays to the child They can do very well, I have been a single parent for thirteen years and both my daughters are at college and university.
..every minute..2-3 child in the world was born..if a single parent can adopt even a single child..we can lessen the poverty rate and abandoned child...
child services would not let the parent have their kid back because that kid could die because of their parents
A spouse who is not the biological or adopter parent of a child is not responsible for child support. However, if the non obligated spouse shares a bank account or other jointly owned property with the obligated parent he or she can be financially affected. If the situation is in regard to child support being amended because a parent has remarried and his or her financial situation has greatly increased, the court might take that into account regarding the amount the obligated parent is paying.
Although all children (unless they are cloned) have two parents, (a father and a mother); a child with only one parent that is currently raising them is called a single parent child.
advantages: 1 kids are usually more independent 2 kids appreciate having luxuries because of less money than surrounding 2 parent families disadvantages: 1 harder for parent to manage child(ren) 2 if multiple children, one child sometimes has responsibilities of a parent to look after younger sibling 3 if child is of opposite sex of single-parent, the child doesn't have a same-sex role model as needed
The other parent can go directly to the police. However, one spouse cannot be compelled to testify against a spouse, so your police report would go against this common rule. But if you let the abuse go on, you could be jointly liable, AND you MUST protect the child-- so report it to the police.