Is he a dependant? Do you contribute to the cost of his housing, meals, medical? If not, you cannot claim him as a dependant and attempting to do so could get the IRS after you.
phone any prison, they can put you in touch with the department that locates prisoners .
The IRS can put a lien on your home for past due child support and they will even charge interest.
technically yes but i dont think you will get incarcerated for it
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no you cant put your dogs on your taxes. they dont have a social security number.
Plenty. He put taxes for everything. He even forced nomads to settle down so that he could tax them. He used these taxes on expeditions such as finding the elixir of life that was believed to give immortality. Secondly he used these taxes to do a whole tour of his empire, that included 1thousand men and guards. (sigh) if only I was a king.
no always put family first no matter what
I think the answer is to punish the criminal or provide punishment to the person who is incarcerated. It starts from the time you leave trial and is incarcerated til you either get out or put to death by the death penalty.
No he put the taxes on tea.~Miss Anonymous
I think you mean "deferred taxes." These are taxes that do not have to be paid immediately but can be put off to a future time.
The taxes were high and unfair and some of them were even meant to harm the colonists. They put heavy taxes on almost everything in the colonies to help pay off their French and Indian War debt. High taxes was one of the many causes of the Revolutionary War.
No, but you will be afforded access to medical examination, facilities and care while incarcerated.
you put your penis in her vagina or put his penis in yoour vagina
Yes, IF you are confident the spouse will pay. Why not just put the loan in your name??? DONT use credit unless you can afford it.
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Answer is YES! If you have taxes withheld from the UIB amount you still have to put the amount on your 1040 and add the withheld taxes to other withheld taxes.
If your spouse committed are crime or was involved in a disagreement then yes any one can file a suit against your spouse. If you spouse and done nothing wrong the suit will most likely be thrown out by a judge.
Your spouse needs to be present.
No, the house is in the name of the one spouse. Which is why you MUST make sure you put both names on a deed.
Nothing, or zero just so it knows you addressed it. (Several states don't have income taxes and many people don't have to pay them even in States that do).
Generally, your contributions aren't taxed (put in before taxes), and your withdrawals are taxed.