Decree reads that we alternate dependent exemption for our son. It was my turn this year to take the exemption but he refused to sign IRS form 8332 to allow me to take exemption and took the exemption himself.
If the court order clearly gives you the dependency exemption in the year in question then you should take the person as a dependent. If this is going to be for multiple future years you might want to go to origami court to hold them in contempt, but if the IRS challenges the dependency claimed just show them the court order.See question
If I pay advance tax using my refund amount from 2015 tax year can I use/claim that in 2017 tax year rather than 2016? Also, If I filed married jointly in 2015 and used refund amount as advance tax, can i claim the full amount next year if I fi...
First, a tax refund from 2015 will be applied to 2016 and can only be carried forward to 2017 if your 2016 return shows a refund. Regardless of when you file your 2015, the refund applied will be treated as if you paid it on April 15th of 2016.
Second, tax refunds between married parties who filed jointly are given credit based upon an allocation of the liability and the payment by each. That's done by completing the Injured Spouse Allocation form (8379)
Reminder that you can amend a return to later file jointly but you cannot later file an amended return from joint to separate.See question
I filed a petition for my daughter and the nvc are asking me to summit a HHM and AOS tax which I will like to know what that means thanks.
Again, I am not familiar with the petition you filed & to whom you filed it. Perhaps someone else here is.See question
i have filled a petition for my daughter and i have been ask to summit this document that i don't no what it is.
You don't say what type of petition you have filed so it's hard to answer this question. Those two terms are not familiar to me as tax forms to submit to either the IRS or to the US Tax Court.See question
Hello, I was told from my job that I need to change my name on my social security card. I would like to know will this affect my taxes when it's time for me to file. Since my husband is paying off his student loans? Also, can I file marriage sep...
That's a good question for this forum. Atty. Verni is correct. You can file separately if you wish & can amend to a joint return later ( generally up to three years ) but you can undo a joint return to separate.See question
As stated above, we are moving to the US now that he received the CR-1 visa. My husband has a lot of clothes and I am wondering if he will have to pay taxes on the clothes we ship from Rio de Janeiro to our house in the US? Is it better to file se...
The IRS deals with income taxes and From 3299 is a custom form, not dealing with income taxes. So the answer is no, there are no incomes taxes or even an obligation to report the clothes.See question
I hired a CPA (former IRS agent) in 2010 to work on an tax issue (re my 2009 taxes). He waited THREE YEARS to act upon it, and penalties and interest had accrued up to that point. I was unemployed at the time and had a heart attack on 9/22/10. ...
The answer is tricky here as you also seem to have "sat on it" as you should have received bills from the IRS and may be partly responsible. You can try to contact a malpractice lawyer to see if they would accept your case but it's not clear cut when both parties accepted the delay.See question
Where can one get more information on this and learn about selling product through the right channels in and out of state
The question of "nexus" is whether your MA business has sufficient connection to CO to require it to collect a sales tax there. That question, & how to plan for it, is best resolved by hiring s tax lawyer for advice to protect the business. Here is not a good way to get an answer.See question
I have to travel outside US before December 30, I will come back after May 30.
Yes, you can pay estimated taxes (on Form 1040-ES) at any time. You are also granted an automatic extension of time to file by bring out of the country those dates. The same is true for MA. You can pay with Form 1-ES.See question
what d o I Do if I get a tax bill too high and its so high it will wipe out all the money I have or almost all of it. as I would not want to be poor then and financially struggle.
Your question has far too few details to answer. You seem to be saying you're not sure you owe the tax which is very different from owing the tax but not wanting to pay the tax. I recommend you meet with a tax lawyer to go over all your options ASAP.See question