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Venar Raad Ayar

Southfield Tax Lawyer.

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  1. Social security benefits. Isn't my tax lady suppose to send info for social security benefits?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

    1. Venar Raad Ayar
    2. Lloyd A. Pont
    3. Bruce W. Edwards
    4. Ronald J Cappuccio
    5. Christine P. Benagh
    5 lawyer answers

    Nothing gets reported directly to the Social Security Administration. What determines whether or not you get social security credits is whether or not you pay any social security tax. These taxes are imposed in the form of "self employment tax" for self-employed individuals. Sounds like you should have been paying the self-employment tax, but that depends on many things. It could be possible that you have been reporting your earnings from the daycare as "other income" rather than "self...

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  2. How do I get a Certificate of f Release of Federal Tax Lien?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Oscar Javier Ornelas
    2. Venar Raad Ayar
    3. Richard Gordon Stack
    4. Evan A Nielsen
    5. Anna Barsegyan
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    There are several ways to deal with your tax lien, but they all involve first filing your returns. If your business is making that little money, you can protect it from being taken by the IRS. no matter how much you owe in back taxes, the IRS will always let you keep enough money to pay your necessary living expenses, as long as you deal with them proactively and not try to avoid the problem. Sounds like you can probably get off real cheap with an offer in compromise, and may be able to get...

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  3. Someone worked full time for over 20 years but never filed an income tax return. Can any charges be filed against him?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Ronald J Cappuccio
    2. Venar Raad Ayar
    3. John Stephen Larose
    4. Harold R. Berk
    5. Zaher Fallahi
    5 lawyer answers

    If no tax was due, no crime was committed. What he should do is call the irs to order wage and income transcripts for the last 10 years (that's the farthest back you can get them) those will show all relevant information from the w2s to file a tax return. Input that data into tax prep software to find out if tax was owed. If there is any tax, he should file the returns If you need help, give me a call

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  4. If a 1099-s was not issued at the closing sale this year of our non-principal residence are we still liable for taxes?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Venar Raad Ayar
    2. Edward Jacob Sternisha
    3. Christopher Michael Larson
    3 lawyer answers

    Your responsibility for paying the taxes is independent of the escroe company's responsibility for reporting the sale. You legally are obligated to report the sale on your tax return whether or not you receive a 1099. Sounds like the one CPA is trying to tell you that, since the sale was not reported to the IRS, you should fraudulently exclude it from your return because you are not likely to get caught. I would strongly advise you to not take this approach. You could get yourself in a...

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  5. Filing a S-Corporation Return (1120s)

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Isai Bismark Cortez
    2. Venar Raad Ayar
    3. Ronald J Cappuccio
    4. Dara J. Goldsmith
    5. John P Corrigan
    5 lawyer answers

    Yes, you do need to file your 1120S returns. If you don't file them, and the IRS has a reason to think that you had income, they will file the returns for you. You should consult a local tax professional to help you out. If you would like to call me to discuss your situation in more detail, I can be reached at 248 262-3400. I am located in Southfield, and consultations are always free You can also visit my website at www.myirslawyer.com

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  6. Responsibility for payroll taxes.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Venar Raad Ayar
    2. Linda Simmons Campbell
    2 lawyer answers

    Sounds like you were held personally liable for the company's payroll tax. Because the tax fell on you personally, you need to call the individual department to talk about it. What you want to discuss with them are your civil penalties under section 6672. They won't talk about the company's payroll taxes, but they have to discuss with you your own penalties you incurred for failing to pay the payroll taxes while you were employed with the company Fund liability is a serious issue, and...

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  7. Can a Single-Member (like me) of an LLC file taxes as a Corporation?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher Michael Larson
    2. Venar Raad Ayar
    3. John F. Brennan
    4. Bryant Keith Martin
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    Generally speaking, tes, a Single-Member LLC may file taxes as a corporation. This is done by filing IRS form 8832, which is the form whereby you can elect how to treat your business for tax purposes. By filing this form, and checking the right boxes, you will be electing to treat your LLC as a corporation for federal tax purposes. This, in effect creates a C corporation, which is taxed at the entity-level, and your income would get double taxed. You can avoid this result, however, by...

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  8. Can I get assistance to pay delinquent taxes

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Venar Raad Ayar
    2. Jeffrey L. Cohen
    3. Brad Howell
    3 lawyer answers

    You should contact the county treasurer's office and ask for a payment plan. Depending on how far along the foreclosure process you are, it may be possible

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  9. Michigan Homestead Filing.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Venar Raad Ayar
    1 lawyer answer

    No. Your Michigan filling status needs to match your federal one However, you can still file a joint federal return without having the whole refund garnished. What you need to do ifs file what's called an injured spouse application form with your return. They will essentially split the refund between you and your spouse based on your income, and only garnish the portion attributed to the debtor spouse

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  10. My fiance owes IRS back taxes and child support. Will I be subjected to those debts once we are married?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. David B. Carter Jr.
    2. Venar Raad Ayar
    3. John P Corrigan
    3 lawyer answers

    No. You will not be held liable for your husband's debts. However, if you keep a joint bank account, they may be able to levy the account to satisfy his debts. Rather than manipulate your finances to avoid his creditors, it may be a good idea to deal with the situation head on. As far as the taxes goes, there are a number of ways you can take care of the problem, and the IRS is fairly flexible as far as working out an arraignment to fit your financial situation. As far as your filing...

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