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I Am Now Retired And Have Filed For Social Security. Do I Have To Pay Taxes On Social Security Benefits?
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Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

You may have to pay taxes on part of your social security benefits. The net result is based on a formula. Basically, if you are single, and income is $25000. or more; married-filing-jointly, and income over $...   Read More
How Would I Go About Setting Up A Foreign Operation In Portugal? I Have A Manufacturing Company In The US But For Personal Reasons Am...
User Photo Virginia La Torre Jeker, J.D.
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

While I do not know the vagaries of Portugal's laws, it is usually fairly easy to set up a foreign corporation or other entity in a non-US jurisdiction. You would need local counsel to assist you. What is not so...   Read More
Please Explain To Me What The Term Dutch Sandwich Means?
User Photo Hendrik Duijn
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

A Dutch Sandwich is a CV/BV structure. It is often used by US companies to mittigate their overall tax position. CV is checked as a reverse hybrid (a company) and the BV is considered a flow-through entity for US...   Read More
I Have Received Emails From The IRS Requesting Personal And Financial Information? How Should I Handle This As I Am Not Comfortable...
User Photo William Keats
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

The IRS does not send emails requesting personal or financial information. They normally issue a letter to your home address (usually the address used on your last tax return). Do not give personal or financial...   Read More
I Have Received Emails From The IRS Requesting Personal And Financial Information? How Should I Handle This As I Am Not Comfortable...
User Photo Virginia La Torre Jeker, J.D.
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

THE IRS DOES NOT INITIATE TAXPAYER CORRESPONDENCE THROUGH EMAIL. The IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers by email to request personal or financial information. This includes any type of electronic...   Read More
How Do I Properly File A 1099-C (cancellation Of Debt) For Someone Who Is Deceased, And Their Last Tax Return Was Done Already In The...
User Photo Randy Tarpey
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

A 1041 filing for your father in law would report the 1099-C form and then exclude it on Form 982. If you don't do anything the IRS may assess a tax on a CP 2000 Notice in which case you would send the Form 982...   Read More
Hi,I Have A Small Running Business In California.Now I Started This In UK. In US I Consulted My All Tax Returns With Best Tax Preparers ,...
User Photo Jane Swain
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

I am sure I would be able to help you. If you would like to have a look at my website www.lmmtax.co.uk and then contact me by email if you are interested in using my services we can take it from there.   Read More
I Am A Singer And Have Been Traveling In Many Different States Performing. My Momentum, Popularity And Income Have Recently Soared! I...
User Photo Ronald Marini
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Your managers advice is completely wrong. If you're getting paid as an individual, at the end of the year each payor will issue you a Form 1099 reporting your income to the IRS; so it's not a question of if the IRS...   Read More
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If Your State Refund Is Delayed Will It Hold Up Your Federal Refund Too?
User Photo William Keats
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

Not normally. Use direct deposit for quick results. The federal refund is usually deposited into your checking or savings account in two weeks or less. The state may be delayed additional week or two. Always...   Read More
I Live In Ohio And My Job Transferred Me To An Indiana Location Last Year. Am I Required To Pay Indiana Taxes Along With My Ohio Taxes?...
User Photo William Keats
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

You are a resident of Ohio for tax purposes. I believe Ohio cities have a local tax as well as State tax. When you file your returns, you will file an OH Resident Return and an IN Non-Resident return. Your...   Read More


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