Why is it important to qualify a claim?
Because people can reasonably disagree with claims
Yes, if the state and the claimant qualify. Read More
As many as legally qualify. Read More
Can you claim single head of household if you care for someone who does not qualify as your dependent?
No, you cannot claim single head of household unless someone you claim as a dependent lives in your home. Read More
You can claim as many dependants you can prove that you did support. However you can only claim the EIC(Earned Income Credit) on up to 3 qualify children. Read More
You will file and complete your income tax return correctly claiming ever thing that you qualify to claim. Read More
You can claim as many dependents that qualify, there is no limit, but thry need to meet the qualification of living in the household at least 6 months. Read More
No. As you stated, "as earned income?", it does not qualify as such. Only bonafide wages actually earned is required. Read More
If a land lord file a claim against a tenet to a collection agency and the claim is not justified and the tenet sue in small claim court to have a judgment so this can be removed from his cred?
First you call the collection agency and tell them this is in dispute . Then get some legal advice. If you qualify for Legal Aid , go there. Even if you don't qualify, they have pamphlets for your State's Landlord/ Tenant Laws. Read More
No there isn't. If they fulfill the requirements to be dependents, you can claim them regardless of your income. However, if you don't owe any taxes, don't qualify for EIC, and don't qualify for the Additional Child Tax Credit, it probably won't do you a whole lot of good. Read More
Maybe, and if you can claim the child as a dependent, you would want to because then you may also qualify for education tax benefits. And if you do qualify to claim the child as your dependent, the child can not claim themselves as a dependent. In the instructions for form 1040, there is a flow chart that you can work through. For 2007 see pag 15 for the start of the process. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1040.pdf Read More
Generally, no because he would no longer be providing support for the child nor sharing a household, but there might be cases where the child would still qualify as a dependent for tax purposes. Usually someone else would qualify to claim the child instead. Read More
Nueces River and Rio Grande River respectively, qualify as such. Read More
Geneally they have to be in your home 6 mos. or more to qualify. Read More
Because it is important for us to qualify our own rights knowing about science. Read More
No she would not qualify for the HOH filing status because she has to have a qualifying blood related dependent that she would be claiming on her income tax return to qualify for the HOH filing status Read More
One with Cervical Spondylosis can qualify for disability. Qualification depends on the line of work one is in and the severity of the condition. Read More
As many as they can substantiate and qualify as either "quailfying child" or "qualifying relative". Read More
Yes, of course you do. You can move anywhere in the world, after quitting your job, and still claim unemployment benefit. Read More
How much money do you have to make to qualify for stimulus check they said income to low for stimlus check?
And your past the time to file and claim it anyway - so regardless you lost it I believe, income of $600 was needed - and even without it other conditions could qualify. Read More
Can a father who pays substancial child support claim head of household even if the child lives with other parent and child is not claimed on taxes?
No that would NOT qualify the father for the HOH filing status. You must have a qualifying family group blood related member or the ones that meet the IRS rules that would allow you to claim them as a member of your household for the dependent exemption to qualify for the HOH filing status. Read More
The question might be asked, "How MUCH property," and, "How much is it worth?" I doubt that you could be a millionaire landowner and make a valid claim for assistance. But under "normal homeowner" circumstances, yes, you do not have to be destitute in order to qualify. Read More
When you claim a child that is under 17 maybe. You may qualify for the Child Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax credit. Also if you pay for child care you may qualify for The Child and Dependant Care Credit. Read More
You will have to refinance the debt with your creditor, and qualify for the debt on your own merit. The co-signer will have to file a Quit Claim Deed. Read More
Can you qualify for unemployment in NYS if your employer changes your hours and it causes a hardship to you?
Yes and No. Depends on certain factors. But, yes you can file a claim. Call NYS AWFI. Read More
that he is honest Read More
The most important sentence in the conclusion is the claim or thesis statement. You must remind the reader what the claim is, for the conclusion is the last thing they read in your essay Read More
Yes WHEN all of the rules are met by you and your 17 year old child to qualify you to do this on your income tax return. Read More
It is important that you thoroughly understand the FAFSA process so that you can be sure that you can qualify for the most amount of money available to you. Read More
you cannot claim him unless he is physically or mentally disabled. If he is unemployed he can apply for Unemployment Insurance, if he does not qualify he can apply for welfare, with him living at home he will probably get the least amount he is entitled to seeing as he does not have a family to support. Read More
You file something called a "proof of claim", within the time period specified, with the court. The bankrupt, the administrator or just about anyone involved should be able to make sure you get one....and if your on the BK records as a possible creditor, you should be getting one automatically. It makes no difference whether your debt will qualify as a preferred claim, secured, unsecured, administrative, etc. for how you make a claim, although it… Read More
Declaration of independence is an important document as it is a legitimate claim to declare independence. Read More
Apart from whom? The play certainly centres on Brutus. Antony is an important character also. Either of them might qualify as a hero, depending on your definition. Read More
You are not unemployed, just underemployed, so it is likely that you will not qualify. Your employer would have to sign off on the application. Read More
You can go to the website Omni Financial and see if you qualify for a military loan after you have applied. They claim to be one of the leading providers of personal loans for the military. Read More
What is Claim Settlement Ratio? Claim Settlement Ratio refers to the % of claims settled by an Insurance Company against the number of claims submitted. For Ex: If 100 people submit claims and the company pays 80 of them, the Claim Settlement Ratio is 80% Why is Claim Settlement Ratio Important? It is important because, the higher the claim settlement ratio of the insurance company from which you take the policy, the better are the… Read More
There are a set of rules in the tax instructions for determining whether or not someone qualifies as your dependent. They have to do mainly with whether they lived with you or not, and whether you contributed more than 50% of their support or not, and whether they had income of their own (and how much). If they qualify, then yes you can claim them. Read More
Yes, the credit is fully refundable. You will have to file a tax return to claim it, however. Read More
Synagogues qualify for the tax exemption applicable to religious organizations. A tax professional should be able to advise on the necessary paperwork needed to claim the exemption. Read More
Do you have to be a resident of the state or an employee for a certain amount of time to qualify for unemployment benefits?
Yes! Plus, the amount that you ultimately collect is determined by the amount that you have earned, if indeed you actually MAKE a claim. Read More
no, federal laws say if you dont qualify as exempt,you must choose a dependent from 0 -.. if you dont claim your employer must appoint you as 0. Read More
There are 2 types of people that qualify as dependents: Children & Relatives. The things that must be met to qualify (tests) as either are specific, but fairly easy - and too lenghty to abbrieviate here: See page 11 of this: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p15a.pdf Read More
You have to be with an employer for 12 months and worked for 12 months or at least 1,250 hours to qualify for FMLA. You also have to have a qualifying reason to claim FMLA. Read More
UK working partners are eligible for childcare vouchers. The vouchers are provided on a per person basis, so two parents can claim under the specific rules. Read More
Can a 17 year old claim their own child on their tax return even though they live with 17 yr olds parents?
If you earn more than $5,700 and contribute substantially to your own living expenses, you'll probably be able to claim your child as a dependent. This is because your parents can't claim you as a dependent if you contribute more than 50 percent to your own support. If your parents are able to claim you, you can't claim anyone else, even if your parents don't actually list you on their tax return and use the… Read More
Why did La Salle believe it was important that they were the first Europeans to claim the Mississippi valley.?
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They gave England claim to the mainland of North America. Read More
New Orleans (United States) and Veracruz (Mexico) qualify as such. Read More
Coffee would qualify as such. Other important crops include cotton and sugar cane. Read More
Enrique PeÃ±a would qualify as such. He is the current president of Mexico (term: 2012-2018). Read More