Do we have to pay taxes on a house that we gave up filing for chapter 7 bankrupsy 2 years ago?
If you still owe federal income taxes, they will. But if they don't take it, the chapter 13 trustee gets the tax refund. You should have listed any income taxes that were dischargeable (due more that 3 years prior to the filing date). Read More
No on state taxes, yes on federal income taxes if the filing date or the date on which the IRS determined the tax due is more than 3 years prior to filing. Read More
Yes. In fact, if they're preexisting the taxes should be there already; they're usually considered a "priority" claim. (You can add later taxes, such as property taxes billed after filing, to a Chapter 13 case as well.) Read More
This is a common misconception, but there is no age limit on taxes. If you have taxable income and high enough income to require filing you must file your taxes. Read More
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The safe option would be to begin filing your taxes as soon as W-2 forms become available. Read More
If you filed chapter 7 in 2005 and your house was foreclosed on in 2007 do you have to pay taxes on it?
If the foreclosure was not part of the bankruptcy, yes. Read More
You have a chapter 7 discharged in 2006 now you are filing taxes for your return from 06 can they take it after you have been discharged?
Probably not. They are likely all post petition (meaning after your filing date - they don't have to be before the discharge date) items anyway. Read More
Your husband would have to be the one that would have to tell if he is filing his income taxes or show you his copy of the one that he is supposed to have filed. Read More
You are not exempt from filing for Income taxes based on age. You are exempt from filing taxes based on the income you receive. If your income is over a certain amount you must file. Read More
Yes, you can, and you may be able to discharge the taxes owed, if they are income taxes for returns filed more than three years prior to filing, unless there are more recent adjustments to the taxes owed. You can also file a Chapter 13 to arrange a payment plan for the taxes, though the IRS has become more amenable to reasonable payment plans without a bankruptcy filing. Consult an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in your… Read More
My mom has a w2 for spouse how is in prision how can she file tn taxes she has always filed joint Read More
Doesn't change any of your legal obligations (other than the debts at the court), like filing taxes, or what is due. Read More
Not the federal filing date. Check with your state for state filing dates. Read More
One item cannot tell you how much your income taxes will be. Your filing status, dependents, and many other items go into computation of your income taxes and even just to figure your withholdings. Read More
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There are additions to tax benefits to filing your taxes as married filing jointly in most cases, the deductible is greater than it would be individually and there are often additional tax credits to married filers. Read More
There is no age limit -- upper or lower -- on filing taxes. Read More
There is no age limit for filing income taxes in the United States. The only time you do not have to file tax returns is if your income falls below the minimum amount requiring you to do so. Read More
Chapter 13 is recommended if: You have debts that are not dischargeable in Chapter 7 You are in default on mortgages or car payments You have more property than can be exempted under Chapter 7 You owe taxes or other debts that are not dischargeable in Chapter 7 I put that information there because it is important that you determine whether you fit into the category of a person that chapter 13 (rather than chapter… Read More
The name of the IRS server is IRS.gov. Questions about filing taxes can be addressed at IRS.gov/Filing. Read More
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Why file single on your federal taxes when you are married and does it effect your spouse if one of you dies?
If you are married, you cannot (and should not) file single. Your choices are Married Filing Jointly or Married Filing Separately. The only time I usually see a Married Filing Separate return is either if the spouses, as a rule, just keep all of their finances separate, or if one of them owes taxes. Remember if you owe taxes the IRS will keep your refunds to apply to that balance due, so if only one… Read More
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What extension is there for gift tax when the donor obtain an automatic filing extension for income taxes?
When filing an extension for income taxes related to gift taxes, you are granted an automatic extension. As long as the paperwork is filed on time, an automatic 6 month extension is given. Read More
There are various methods of filing taxes for example using the free fillable file or using someone to prepare taxes. Commercial software is also available to help. The IRS can provide full guidance. Read More
In Pennsylvania can you file federal taxes married filing jointly and can you file the state and local as married filing separately?
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No, you can file married filing jointly or you can file married filing separately Read More
Can you file jointly taxes with your couple of 2 years because you are living together and you bought a house 16 months ago?
You must be married in the USA to file Married Filing Joint Read More
The available filing statuses for federal income tax returns are: Single Married Filing Jointly Head of Household Married Filing Separately Qualifying Widow or Widower No, there is no filing status for Single Filing Jointly. Read More
Only if you make less than the filing requirements for any given year in your state. Read More
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Auditors make sure that businesses are filing their taxes correctly and paying the proper amount of taxes on their revenue. Read More
it is necessary that you file your taxes by April 15th because that is the last date kept by the IRS for tax filing and if you don't by the due date, then you will be levied with heavy penalties which I'm sure you wouldn't want to pay. However, there is another solution to not filing for taxes by April 15th. If you don't have time for filing taxes you can file for a tax… Read More
If your mother precedes you and you later sell the house you own together as a disabled person with no earned income or tax filing will you be required to pay taxes on a capital gain?
If you lived in the house as your principal residence for at least two of the preceding five years, and your profit on the sale was no more than $250,000, you owe no taxes regardless of any other factors. Read More
My son didn't file taxes last year 2011. is he still able to claim any of his 2011 taxes along with his 2012 taxes in 2013? Read More
The deadline for filing State tax in Michigan is the same date as the deadline for filing Federal tax. Read More
April 15 is the usual deadline for filing personal income taxes. However, for 2010 taxes, the deadline has been extended to April 18, 2011. Read More
Requirements to file taxes is not based on age but income. If your income is below a certain amount, you do not have to file. Read More
Choose the filing method that gives the lowest tax rate; married filing jointly or separately. Info on the W2 is used to determine the amount of taxes taken out of your paycheck. Read More