I received an inheritance from my father's estate, and the company withheld 20% in taxes to the Federal Government. How do I enter this on my return in order to get those monies refunded?
no there is not. If you can prove who you are and that you are the beneficiary, the Insurance company sometimes pays interest on the money owed.
The only intitlement of monies will go to that deer, for the deer is someones property(state)and your insurance company may have to pay for its medical bills if it survived the accident, but nothing to you.
No, the finance company would simply refund any monies they charged you for forced placed insurance and your primary insurance company would be responsible for footing the bill.
Monies may have been earmarked for assessments as part of the sale transaction. If you believe that such monies were earmarked and the assessments were not paid from the monies involved in the sale, you can notify the Title Company with your evidence and request that the assessment monies be sent to the HOA offices.
If you have a loan againest the car you need to contact your insurance company with information about the car before you can drive off the lot. If your insurance company is closed, you will need to contact them the first thing the next business day. Most insurance companies will cover you on the car your are buying but need all the information right away to give you a quote and have you send them monies for the premium.
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Follow it up as much as you can and get your insurance company involved if you are going to make a claim as they will try and get monies from someone else if they can transfer the responsibility.
genius guy,i think its a good idea to get homeowners insurance. If you own the house outright, then no it is not required but if you have a mortgage, then the institution that made the loan most likely does require it. They already have laid out the monies for the real estate they do not pay to insure it also. You can add your taxes and insurance into an escrow account the will include those expenses with your mortgage payment, that you pay monthly so as at the end of the year you do not have to come up with two lump sums of big money. The bank or mortgage company see's to it that not only do your monies go to mort. but the other two as well...It makes things easier...
Yes. If your health provider paid your medical expenses resulting from a car accident it has the right to be reimbursed from any settlement you receive from the car insurance company. You should review any documents you received that explain your coverage.
Share application monies are the cash received by an enterprise issuing shares by people who are interest to become share holders of that enterprise.
They can retain policy fees, these fees usually cover the monies they had to pay for staffing at the time your application was generated. In order to cancel your policy seems simple to you, but it is an procedure to the insurance carrier.
The penalty for early withdrawal of a 401K account is 10%. There are a few exclusions to the penalty, such as:Attainment of age 59 1/2.Age 55 when terminated.Permanently disabled.Monies are indirectly rolled over.Monies were used for medical expenses.If the account is paid out in installments.If you received the account from someone who has passed away OR you received the monies from a divorce settlement (QDRO).
It all depends on services provided by the particular Life Insurance Company. However, in case of Death claims, they try to release the fund earliest. When the proceeds involves huge corpus, it takes time for investigation at various stages to finalize the claim.
Your Not covered for anything at all. If the auto insurance is inactive, then so is the GAP coverage. "GAP Insurance" is Not "Auto Insurance", it is Finance Company Insurance. it will only pay the difference after your required Auto Insurance policy has paid it's maximum limits. If your auto insurance lapsed, then your GAP insurance has also lapsed automatically and concurrently. The GAP Insurance is Void in the absense of an auto insurance policy. Your on the hook for all monies owed to all parties involved with your finance note. Take Care
a cashier is responsible for the monies received and paid out, also for sundry duties as assigned in pertinence to the job by the supervisor,( this does not mean that the cashier scrubs and cleans the premises!)This is NOT the duty of a cashier but the duty of the janitor hired by the company.
I don't live in CA and I am not a lawyer but I do know that it depends on how your case was settled. If you settled your case as a closed case you would have probably received a larger payout but you are unable to collect additional monies from the insurance company. If it is settled as an open case you can still be covered for future expenses. I am not sure if there is a time cap on that.
No, all monies from life insurance pass tax free. After you set up any kind of vehicle that earns interest, that interest will be taxed.
Income is the sum of all monies coming into the company. Profit is the income less the expenses incurred by the company.
Absolutely. It is called your "Retirement Pension". You cannot collect "unemployment insurance" monies if you are retired.
Where's my monies...
When looking to invest monies and looking perhaps looking to invest the monies in a company such as Probux then it may be useful to go directly to the Probux website. The investor will be able to view all the latest information regarding investing and then continue to invest with the company if they desire.
Stock investment are monies put into a company similar to a savings account. However, you must leave the monies in the fund for a certain period of time for you to make any interest money on it.
The monies from the insurance company will go towards the car payoff. Now, the insurance company is entitled to pay off the worth of the car. If the car is worth less than you owe, you may have to pay back the rest. For Example, say you owe $20,000.00 on a certain vehicle. The Blue Book(www.kelleybluebook.com) value of this vehicle is $18,000.00. If they pay full value of the vehicle $18,000.00 you may still owe the rest $2000.00 to the loan of the vehicle. This means you were upside down on the loan...
No, the corporate funds must be seperate. The status would be unaffected.