Can i ride a scooter with a nonrenewable license due to excise tax
I don't believe you can but check the MA DMV website for license requirements.See question
I have been hounded by dor for 15 years for unpaid cigarette taxes that were paid years ago. I have sent numerous packages of infor. on the payment via certified mail and have received the signed return slips, yet the dor has never responded to m...
I have dealt with this before & I've had no luck but filing a case with the Appellate Tax Board who have reasonable lawyers to resolve these types of cases.See question
My sister had custody of my daughter until she turned 18. My daughter has been in college for 3 yrs now living on campus and supporting herself, I am the only other person that helps her out with dorm fees and groceries. My daughter did her own ta...
Your sister is wrong and neither you nor your daughter need to change anything. You also might be able to file as head of household even without your daughter as a dependent.See question
My parents and I have been talking and they are considering selling me their house which is valued at about 300,000 and they would be willing to sell it to me for 200,000. They would then take that money and buy themselves a condo with it. Would t...
Let's just say there could be. When a person sells something for less than fair market value to a relative, it's considered part sale ($200,000) & part gift ($100,000). That gift should be reported on Form 709. But, it's highly unlikely it would ever be discovered so most people would not report it.See question
I moved out of Massachusetts in 2009, and I have lived in North Carolina ever since. I have filed my tax returns every year through an online tax software package. This year I filed my 2016 taxes, and it came to my attention that my W2s sti...
You are a resident or non-resident depending upon a number of factors. What your employer did as to your W-2 or withholding doesn't change the facts. You should file in MA either way to start the statute of limitations on assessing for the year which never starts unless you file.See question
I make $300 a week so $1,200 a month and $14,400 a year. I'm new to this whole sugar baby thing and I want to make sure that my bases are covered. He puts the $300 a week right into my bank account, so would this get flagged by IRS and would I be ...
David is correct. YOU need to clarify if they are gifts. Money for services is not a gift. If the activity is illegal, then you must still report the income in a tax return even if you do not disclose the nature of the activity. For ex., a drug dealer must report the gross receipts but doesn't have to disclose to the IRS he's a drug dealer. Under the 5th amendment you can keep off the returns any information that could be used against you. To decide how to proceed, I suggest you and your payer meet with a tax lawyer and make you both are on the same page in both what it is and how it's to be reported. That way you won't wonder if they see things differently from you down the road.See question
My wife worked for this healthcare practice in 2016 (left in winter of 2017). She had been there from 2015 winter. The employer said after an year she's eligible to contribute to their retirement plan which we came to know as Simple IRA. In dec 20...
It would appear to me you have a claim against the employer but many more questions would have to be answered before a lawyer would file such a claim. Please seek legal counsel to go over the pros and cons of such action.See question
I have a divorce decree. My ex filed a modification and was granted a temporary reduction of alimony. For tax purposes do I claim the alimony as income?
Any payment named alimony in a divorce decree is alimony so if you received it it's income.See question
I am getting ready to file taxes. I was wondering if I follow the divorce agreement for alimony or the temporary order. My temporary order does not state the alimony is taxable?
You would need to have a tax lawyer review the order to make sure it is or isn't alimony. Please don't rely upon the internet alone for answers.See question
His soon to be ex-spouse has informed him that his signature is required on her return. I am collecting information for him.
Your partner, if they were married on 12/31/16, then they are married the whole year regardless of the status now. If they were separated, under a legal order or agreement, and not living together at all in 2016, then there are other choices, Please get good tax advice before choosing the filing status. But, the soon to be ex. is not required to sign unless a joint return is wanted.See question