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Mansoor Hussain Ansari

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  • Reported a tax fraud to irs no action taken

    Have informed irs about.a business and its owner who is involve in keeping illegal immigrants, dont show cash payment for tax, pay employees in cash for hours and only report that business income which is done through credit card and he himself is...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    The IRS is slow to respond. However, the state Department of Revenue is a lot faster. The more information that you have on your request will help. Grammatical errors may lead one to think it is a false claim.

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  • Can both parents file tax as head of household?

    We got divorced. Ex gets to claim child tax credit of 1,000. I am the primary parent, according to IRS,I pay for more than half of the child cost, I get to file as the head of household. Ex argues that she gets to claim the child on her tax, so sh...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    Only one parent can file as head of household. Remember, you can always have an agreement where each parent takes the children as a deduction every other year.

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  • I received a no insurance ticket can I beat the ticket if the cop put the wrong model of my car on citation?

    My car is a dodge avenger and he put charger on ticket

    Mansoor’s Answer

    No. We just dealt with a *similar set of facts not too long ago where the make of the car was written in error. It did not make a difference.

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  • Tax fraud ?

    Back in 2011 my sister had her kids for half of a year so she claimed her kids in her taxes. In 2012, she didn't have her kids at all because her husband ran off with them, she still claimed them but her husband didn't, but they are still married ...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    From a civil audit perspective, the IRS generally goes back about 3 years from the date of filing. So, she is still open for an audit. From a criminal tax perspective, the taxpayer must provide more than half of the dependent's total support during the year. In the real world, it is usually only problematic with the IRS when more than one party takes the child as an exemption. In this case, the birth mother is taking the children as a deduction, so I agree with the previous attorney's answer that this should not be a problem. Most importantly, I hope the mother and children can be reunited.

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  • Can I file as an independent?

    I am turning 21 shortly. I live with my mother who claims me. This year, my mother has given me about $600-700 in child support (my father who does not claim me pays this). I have paid for my college tuition of $3000, traveling, cell phone, food...

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    If you are filing your own tax return and claiming 1 exemption for yourself, then she cannot take you as an exemption as well. However, if you are not filing a tax return, she may be able to take you as an exemption. There's tax, then, there is real life - need to have a good relationship with your mom. Best of luck.

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  • My ex-wife who remarried and changed her name to that of her new husbands is using my last name for the name of a non profit

    marijuana dispensary. Can I do anything to stop her from using my last name in this business venture.

    Mansoor’s Answer

    If she has entered into this transaction after your divorce, it is not your concern. You will not be liable.

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  • I currently live and work FT in NJ but am planning on buying a condo in Florida(cash) can I be a FL resident while working in NJ

    I would like to make Florida my bona fide domicile and change my driver's license over to Florida but can I still work full time in NJ as I am keeping my NJ house. Basically I want to change my state of residency to FL even though I will mostly be...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    Both of the attorneys above area correct.

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  • Do I need to file form 1024 to register my social club under 501c7?

    I am making a social club for online gaming and there will be 9 members including myself for president. Do I need to file form 1024 and 8718?

    Mansoor’s Answer

    Yes. If you've already applied for your EIN for your 501c7 organization, you still need to file both form 1024 and 8718.

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  • I owe $1800 to the IRS. Is it worth getting assistance, or just contacting the IRS and working something out?

    My ex and I filed jointly (when we were married) to reduce the amount she owed every year. She has apparently stopped paying, and now the IRS is coming after me. I know the IRS doesn't care about this...but I feel I don't owe this as I would've ...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    An Innocent Spouse case will not be successful. Put yourself on an installment agreement where you pay the debt over 60 months.

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  • What are my options, if i don't come under low income group but can't afford an attorney due to other factors.

    I have put a contract on a home, and i have to give remaining amount of the down payment with the savings from the next few month's salary. A tax preparer has done fraud with me, and i want an attorney to deal with that situation. What are the op...

    Mansoor’s Answer

    Once you sign a tax return, you are committing to the representations made regarding your income and expenses. Unless the tax preparer actually stole money from you, this may not be the route that you want to take.

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