It is a federal offence not to file your taxes. Is he trying to land you in jail? Is he willing to pay a hefty fine for you not filing. Did you know that you can file separately and it will not affect him. The only difference with a joint filing is a bigger return ( if your combined monies put you in that tax bracket) Next, he won"t let you vote.
Is he afraid of declaring "hidden" money? Everyone that works and has a s.i.n. # that is of legal age must file. Also, if you din"t file you can be losing out on many many benefits the Government might be able to offer you. ( Day care ect ect) Thanks
Married couples are not required to file jointly and there is no longer a penalty assessed for married couples filing single.
IRS and state tax authorities allow a spouse to enter an "innocent spousal" defense when it is applicable.
In this case, if the wife does not have a taxable income she would not be charged with tax evasion due to the fact that her husband refused to file.
If she does have an income and does not file her own return then she is guilty of tax evasion and an innocent spouse defense would not be valid.
He should file an injunction ordering the return of the child.
If your husband has a mistress, you can file for a divorce. At the minimum, you should get a lawyer to file for you.
It depends on how the wife is categorized and what assets are in her name, solely or jointly. Let's say there is a house in both of the names then yes, the wife has to file in a joint return with the husband. If the wife is a student then she will have to file and the husband may be able to claim her as a dependent. To be safe it is always better to file either a zero return solely or as the spouse on a joint return.
A spouse is never considered a dependent. However, you can claim an exemption for your husband as long as you file a joint return. You also are allowed an exemption deduction for yourself. A spouse is never considered a dependent. However, you can claim an exemption for your husband as long as you file a joint return. You also are allowed an exemption deduction for yourself. A spouse is never considered a dependent. However, you can claim an exemption for your husband as long as you file a joint return. You also are allowed an exemption deduction for yourself.
Who has to file a return
You will file a federal tax return just like you do normally. As far as your state return, you will be considered a non-resident worker. Your tax preparer should have no trouble assisting you in filing this type of return. You will have a regular return for Pennsylvania but should be able to get a credit for the tax paid to California. On the State return for California you should file a non-resident return.
You should file your income tax return with a computer program or online if you have a simple tax return. If you have a difficult and complex tax return, it is best to use a tax professional.
Same way you would if he were: you fill it out and mail it in to the IRS.
A spouse is never a "dependent" on a US income tax return. You likely mean that you filed a joint tax return with your husband. You still file a joint return for the year of his passing. In subsequent years, you file as single unless you have dependents that qualify you for an alternative filing status.
No.. you should file an ammeded return for 2008.
There are several ways. He can prepare a joint return and ask you to sign it. It is up to you if you want to cooperate. This assumes that you are still legally married. He can forge your signature on a joint return. This would be illegal. He can impersonate you and e-file a return. This would be fairly easy for a spouse to do, but it is also illegal. If you had absolutely no income during the year, did not file a return of your own, and could not be claimed as a dependent on anyone's return, the law allows your husband to claim your personal exemption on his separate tax return. Note this is not the same as claiming you as a dependent. (Your spouse is never your dependent for federal tax purposes.)
Yes it is possible that you would be required to or want to file an income tax return for the tax year 2009. Go to www.irs.gov and use the search box for Do You Need to File a Federal Income Tax Return?Many people will file a 2009 Federal income tax return even though the income on the return was below the filing requirement. The questions below will help you determine if you need to file a Federal Income Tax return or if you need to stop your withholding so you will not have to file an unnecessary return in the future.The Internal Revenue Service is providing this information as a part of our customer service and outreach efforts to Reduce Taxpayer Burden and Processing Costs. Changing your withholding and/or not filing Unnecessary Returns will save both you and the government time and money.Even if you do not have to file a return, you should file one to get a refund of any Federal Income Tax withheld.To determine if you need to file a Federal Income Tax return for 2009 answer the following questions:
If you are married in China, you do not need to return to China to file for a divorce. Canada will allow you to file for divorce and recognize the divorce that has taken place.
You can file for a modification but the court may not allow it.You can file for a modification but the court may not allow it.You can file for a modification but the court may not allow it.You can file for a modification but the court may not allow it.
If you are being claimed as a dependent on your parents or anyone else's return then you will have to file a tax return. If not then no you don't have to file a return.
Wht was there reason for not letting him?
It depends on the state. Some states allow it, others don't. In some states, there might be exceptions if the spouses are residents of different states.
Each state has its own rules as to who has to file a return.
can i reunited with my husband even after file WAVA case against him?
You should always file your return, even (or especially) if you have no tax payment obligation or even requirement to file. Simply, many benefits once receives, Earned income Credit, the recent Tax Stimulus Payment to name a few, require a retuen to have been filed. Do it. Appealing to your common sense: Especially if you owed them no $, do you think the IRS allow you to NOT file a return if it wasn't actually good for them!
There is no such thing as "file for adultery" or for auditory, for that matter. She can file for divorce if she wants to. If she does, she may also be able to file for alienation of affection if she is in one of the few states that still allow it.
Yes you should file an income tax return.
You should file an income tax return as soon as before you get your first pay on your first paying job. This is for you to avoid penalties or other even have a criminal case.
how can I file an amendment to my 2010 tax return?
Assuming we are talking about filing federal income tax in the US...No, you don't have to file a joint tax return, but you will probably pay more taxes or lose some tax credits if you file separately.When is it a good idea to file separately? If you think your spouse is evading taxes and you may be liable if you file a joint return, then you should file separately.