My husband and I got married on December 11th of 2016, we both lived in different states. I lived in Massachusetts for the whole 2016 tax year and he lived in Rhode Island for the whole tax year. We moved in together in the end of January 2017....
Yes if you were married before year end then it doesn't matter where you lived even if two different states.See question
I was denied for financial hardship for my property taxes, I have a Drs note, my disability income, and all my bills , and still got denied, with no explanation
This is not really a tax law question. You should read the application & denial letter to see what appeal rights you or talk to the town & get a better explanation of their viewpoint.See question
I send money to my wife living in Pakistan in the checking account that is under my title and her name. I have only job to generate income and I pay all state and federal taxes on that. Do I have to again pay a tax on the amount that I have in tha...
if you are taxed on world wide income for one of the many reasons, then you pay taxes on accounts abroad everywhere. I highly suggest you see a tax lawyer to see about your tax situation.See question
My wife and I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy on December 8, 2016. We went to the 341 meeting on January 17, 2017. At that time we had not filed our tax returns. Can the trustee take our tax return even though we filed last year and have not filed the ...
The day you file for bankruptcy all your debts & assets are transferred to the trustee including the right to file tax returns & collect refunds.See question
I received a 1099-G form with amount around 250$ for 2015. Is it mandatory to add 1099-G amount in 2016 tax returns?
Yes you do. If you don't the IRS will pick that up & send you a proposed billl.See question
I had to take a former employer to small claims court regarding Holiday hours not being paid. We used a mediator at the court date and came to an agreement of $2000. I had asked the mediator in private about if this check would be issued as $2000 ...
I disagree with the previous answer. When you sue someone, the taxability of the payment depends upon the origin of the claim. If you claim is for unpaid wages, the payment is taxable. So unless you settled with employer as a "net payroll amount of $2,000 after reducing for payroll deductions" the $2,000 check you want is still self-employment income to you and is worse. You might check with the mediator which he thought it was.See question
We got married in January 2016 and my husband got his SSN and job in July 2016. I own a house and my husband wants to house as first time home buyer. Do we need to file taxes separately even though we are legally married?
This is not a tax question but alone question for your mortgage originator. I suggest you contact them to find out what's required.See question
Hello, my question is whether I even need to deal with tax returns from my second job, that I worked in during last summer (j1 visa) and my tax refund is calculated up to $0. What should I do now? How to deal with it?
If you don't file a return the statute of limitations will never run (it's 3 years if you do file) so yes you should file to prove in the future you filed.See question
I know someone for a long time scaming the system from working for a company working under the table, collecting still and food stamps while working under the table. Not paying taxes and acquiring material things beyond their means.
Yes it's called the IRS tip program. It won't cause an audit directly but if what you report they find credible they will & you will be paid 10% of what they recover. There's a form or an 800 number. Just Google IRS tip line.See question
21 year old daughter meets criteria as qualifying child as I file as head of household. I am not claiming her as dependent on taxes though. So can she still file her own taxes and claim exemption for herself?
She can & should file separately. However, if she qualifies you for head of household she probably must file as if she's your dependent even if you don't take her.See question