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54 views

What should i do regarding taxes if I am working full time and have a self employed 'freelance' work?

I have a fulltime work in UK and have an old business which give me some money every few months, I have my national insurance number as a full time worker, but now any money will come from my ...
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33 views

Tax implication for Indian citizens working in US on L1 visa

I am a citizen of India, currently working as a software engineer in India. Thus I am paying income-tax to Indian-Govt. I am moving to US in November-2014 on L1-Visa. I had following questions in ...
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Is income from ads in apps taxed?

If I make an app (free) that has ads inside of it, does that count as income and do I have to pay taxes on it?
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How can I invoice a US company being a foreign non resident in USA?

I'm a nonresident alien in US and I need to invoice a US company due to service. The company can provide W8 or W9 forms to proceed with the payments, but I need to provide an invoice confirming that ...
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4answers
245 views

Why isn't money spent on necessities deductible from your taxes?

I'm semi-recently graduated from college. In my job(s) I've had a flex account that lets me pay for medical expenses tax free. Similarly for my commute I'm able to pay for my ticket with pre-tax ...
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97 views

UK Contractor with Limited Company

I recently set up a limited company and have an accountant taking care of much of the financial side. I wanted an opinion other than my accountants. For the entire income I recieve from clients I am ...
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44 views

IRS-4506T, Request for Tax Transcripts reporting delay

sometimes lending institutions ask for a request of tax transcript for the past two years. This is done by filing a IRS-4506T, and then the IRS sends the transcripts to the designated person. This ...
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105 views

buying a duplex: do i have to pay taxes quarterly?

I was thinking about getting a home loan, buying a duplex, leasing one side out and living in the other side myself. My question is... would I have to pay income tax on a quarterly basis for the side ...
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38 views

Income tax Rebate on more than one property

I have purchased one house property at Bhopal. which is constructed. For which I paid Rs. 280800/ pre EMI interest & Rs. 260000/ EMI interest. I purchase another house property in Gurgaon. It is ...
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79 views

How to pay taxes owed to IRS while in another country?

I got a notice from the IRS that I need to pay them for taxes owed in 2012. How shall I pay the taxes online? I am currently in a foreign country. I do not have Fedex close by. Is it accepted to ...
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151 views

How is tax avoidance on home purchasing avoided with Fair Tax implementation?

Under the proposed Fair Tax, we would no longer have an income tax and instead move to a federal sales tax. On an ongoing basis this results in approximately the same tax revenue, in theory of ...
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57 views

How to save tax in India

Hi I'm a salaried person with an annual income of 4 L/annum. I don't know much about tax saving. What can I do save tax in India ? and Is PF/Pension and Gratuity in salary taxable in private company ...
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42 views

US immigrant working for foreign company

I'm going to move to the US next year (legally) as a permanent resident and I would like to continue my current job (for an Italian company) as a software engineer. The company told me they can ...
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36 views

Can a Canadian student with US resident alien status receive the tax treaty benefit after 5 years? If so, how much?

I am a Canadian citizen who has studied in the U.S. with a J-1 visa since 5 years ago, which means that I have now become a resident alien. I am still studying (for an advanced degree) in the U.S. ...
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58 views

Dual Citizen considering tax implications of working in second country of citizenship

I am a resident of Canada, and am also an Irish citizen. Recently, I've been considering moving to Ireland (for ~6 months, not forever). During this time, I would either try to get hired on by a local ...
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24 views

Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) calculation involving Capital Gains and Unused Capital Losses?

Do I understand correctly that for calculating income tax payable, the use of unused capital losses of previous years will reduce the current year capital gains and also affect the calculation of the ...
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107 views

Getting money from online websites I own to my UK bank account

I recently moved to UK for a full time job, and I get my salary transferred to UK bank account, and automatically tax calculated. At the same time I own few websites and I get some money from these ...
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21 views

Does dividend payments to a holding company invoke tax in Australia

I've been doing some reading about holding company tax law, and from what I've read, most of the time when dividends are paid from a operations company to a holding company there is no tax. But I can ...
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102 views

For Non US resident is it better to invest in a start up as a individual or as a company?

What are the tax implications of investing as a company versus as an individual for foreigners (Non US resident)in the US? Which would be better for a foreigner (NON US Citizen) to invest as.
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60 views

Is Money earned outside India transferred in NRO a/c instead of NRE a/c taxable in India?

Money is transferred to NRO account but was to be transferred to NRE account is such income taxable in India
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1answer
340 views

Are search engine rewards taxable?

I have been using a search engine that gives you points that you can redeem for gift cards. As far as I can tell there is no way to get cash, without reselling the cards, but I can figure a monetary ...
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1answer
124 views

Tax deduction for rental repairs after tenant moves out?

I purchased a home last July and began living there, while renting out a second bedroom in the property to a friend. I am now getting married in August, so the friend has moved out to his own place. ...
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1answer
140 views

What are the Long Term Capital Gains for this real estate sale in India?

I purchased a site for Rs85,000/- in 30/03/2001 and planning to sell it this year(2014-15) for Rs35,000,000/-. What will be the long term capital gains for this? If I invest in bonds for 3 years, will ...
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1answer
216 views

I am an Indian citizen residing in the US on H-1B. Can I send my earnings to India to my regular Savings Bank Account?

I am in the US on H-1 B. I understand NRE, NRO and FCNR accounts are available to the Non resident Indians. But can't I continue to use my regular Savings Bank Account for sending money to India? ...
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137 views

Most (corporate/income tax) friendly country in the world?

Have been enjoying the nomad lifestyle for a while now, moving around and doing consulting gigs around the world. Since business has been picking up, I'd like to kind of get my accounts in order and ...
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140 views

Is a non-cash prize form a work event in California taxable compensation?

I won a non-cash prize as part of my company's wellness competition. The nominal value is maybe $300-$400 (T-shirts, misc sports clothing). Now they told me after the fact that this is taxable ...
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165 views

Is using an offshore bank account for my company and spending that money in my country of residence considered illegal tax evasion?

Perhaps someone here can help explain at what point does cleverness turn into illegal tax evasion. Suppose John, a freelancer, makes $100K a year. John lives in Germany, where he must pay an income ...
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1answer
59 views

Some U.S. Tax Questions (CPA Concerns)

I tried to do my personal taxes myself with TurboTax this year, but decided my situation was more complicated than I could handle, so filed an extension and decided to engage a CPA. He missed a few ...
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378 views

Should I negotiate a lower salary to be placed in a lower tax bracket?

I'm about to start the negotiation process for a new position. I expect the offer to be in the area of $72,000 - 76,000 / year. If the offer is higher than $73,800 should I negotiate to have my ...
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3answers
280 views

What to do when my accountant still hasn't filed my year-old personal taxes

I made the mistake of hiring my cousin (a CPA) to do my personal taxes for 2012. He's done mine before, and others in the family, without a problem, but for some reason he has become extremely ...
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3answers
467 views

Would there be tax implications if I used AirBnB as opposed to just renting out a unit normally?

Basically in the topic. I bought a duplex last October and the upstairs unit is going to become available soon. I live in the downstairs, which already makes the taxes a little more fun. Basically I'm ...
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3answers
95 views

Do I need to file tax form 1099 misc for my royalties?

I've self-published a book and have sold a few hundred dollars worth of books from the back of my car. (I know I need to pay sales tax on these books.) I have a simple sole proprietorship business in ...
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1answer
103 views

UK Expat with BVI company, can my company bank in the UK

I am about to leave the UK and travel constantly. I am a UK citizen but will become non resident when I leave. My business is run online and I need a business bank account within the EU to receive ...
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1answer
47 views

So far, expect to only make (1099) income in Q1 of 2014… What's my estimated liability?

I've earned a significant amount of 1099 income (self-employed) in the first quarter of 2014 (through 3/31/2014), but as of now, I have no idea what (if anything) I will earn for the rest of the year. ...
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2answers
92 views

Is a Canadian student in the U.S. tax exempt for both W-2 and 1042-S?

I am a Canadian student at a U.S. university as a nonresident alien. I have about 4k of wages for my W-2 and about 5k of wages for my 1042-S income code 15 scholarship grant. So the total is less than ...
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Where is income sourced if I work for an agency in one state that provides my services in another?

I'm a self-employed contractor. I live in NY, "work" for a NY agency that provides my services to a company in CT. Do i have to claim that income as CT sourced, or NY sourced?
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71 views

US tax returns for a resident - No US income and indian shares

I just moved to the US and was working in India till some months back. I am a US resident now. I don't work here currently but I had salaries and taxes paid in India. Apart from that I have shares I ...
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1answer
71 views

Startup Convertible note write-off debt?

I invested time in a tech start-up during 2013 that has since closed its doors. I received payment in the form of convertible notes... $30,000 in total, which of course have no value now. Is there ...
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3answers
318 views

Specifics of filing dual-status return for family

My wife, our daughter, and I are in California since September 2013. Only I had income in US. I am planning to file extension form 4868 to be able to make first year choice and be treated as ...
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1answer
183 views

Can Form 1040a, Line 10 be left blank if the broker's 1099-Div shows 0?

Form 1040A, Line 10 is Capital Gain Distribution. According to the instructions, that field should be populated with box 2a of Form 1099-DIV. When I look at Form 1099-DIV, box 2a provided by my ...
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1answer
62 views

Does non-taxable income apply before or after (not at all) taxable income for purposes of tax brackets?

The context of this question is looking at retirement and 401k/Roth. I am currently contributing to both. I was wondering when I start withdrawals of the traditional if these withdrawals are taxed at ...
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1answer
71 views

How do we handle taxes a lump sum payments from a SSA-1099 backdated to 2011?

In 2011, I went on short term disability provided by my employer. In December 2012, I transitioned to Long Term Disability. I remained on Long Term Disability until November of 2012. The wages I ...
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1answer
375 views

How to Store Funds Generated through Gambling

I am developing an sophisticated automated betting application. Initial tests show that it is likely to operate well and at a profit. I am in full-time employment and pay full tax on my earnings. This ...
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1answer
211 views

Do I need to pay tax on my unregistered online 'business'?

Let's say I have an online store. I sell things and receive revenue. It is profitable. Its server is somewhere in USA. I am currently in Germany. My customers are mostly in, say, Thailand. I have not ...
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1answer
164 views

Do I pay taxes where I live, or where I work?

Why we need to pay taxes? Because society needs money for social service, police, education, roads, medicine and so on. Therefore we need to pay taxes where we live. For example we live in one ...
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1answer
83 views

Tax Self Assessment for (UK) Employees

I have a job with a company but rather than paying me through the PAYE system they want me to provide them invoices for my hours and then I am paid directly. I have a couple of questions about this. ...
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1answer
118 views

How to determine withholding so at end of the year I neither owe more, nor get a refund?

A while back I was on a W2 job and I would get a large sum on my tax return. At one point I found a calculator that helped me figure out how to configure my W4 so that I would neither owe nor be owed ...
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1answer
152 views

Do I have to pay estimated taxes if my income will be much lower this year?

If I know my taxes will be much lower this year (retiring in April) compared to last year's, do I still have to pay the Estimated taxes? Say I have to pay $3000/quarter on Estimated because of last ...
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1answer
46 views

1099 MISC for elder care? She isn't required to file a return

If I received income from an elderly relative for elder care yet she does not file a tax return is it possible to obtain a 1099-MISC for that income I earned?
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1answer
109 views

Tax Deduction under section 80C for Indian with foreign family Paying International Premium

I am Ronit, indian holding indian passport. My family, my wife and kids are foreign nationals and holding foreign passport. I have purchased insurance from AIA and I am paying insurance premium for ...