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Questions tagged [income-tax]

This tag is to be used for any question pertaining to an individual's income taxes. If this tag is used, ideally a country-specific tag should also be specified, to indicate which region a question belongs to, as the answer may differ based on the country.

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What happens if IRS does not receive 1120-S for an S-Corp?

In a phone conversation, the IRS informed someone that their 1120-S is missing for three of the past 6 years. The person had assumed the 1120-S was filed for all those years, especially since the same ...
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RSU taxation: am I being over-taxed?

I'll preface the details here by saying that I'm guessing the answer to the question is no, but I'm trying to understand what piece of information I'm missing here with regards to the following ...
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Switching from W-4 to W-9. What should I be aware of?

I'm a welder in California. I recently talked with my employer and mentioned that since you can't deduct expenses as a W-4, I wondered what he thought of hiring me as a W-9 so that I could write ...
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IRS letter received after response due date

Today (January 12, 2019), I received a letter from the IRS dated December 10, 2018 (I live in Germany). The letter has a "response due date" of January 9, 2019. Obviously, I wasn't able to reply to ...
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How Much tax we can save by investing in ELSS Mutual Funds

If Mr.ABC's Taxable income is 3Lakh , than his Auditor telling he need to pay 22,000Rs tax in FY 2018-19, so if he invest 50k or 1 Lakh in ELSS Mutual funds, than how much tax he will save ?
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How to show in income tax filing a loan taken from friends to repay home loan?

I took home loan from PNBHFL of 20 lakhs. Due to various personal reasons (to clear my debts) I sold my house. I purchased it in August 2016 and sold it in January 2019. I sold it for 40 lakhs. ...
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Why did the federal government ever allow taxpayers to deduct their state taxes from their federal taxes? [closed]

At the end of 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act with among other things eliminated the federal tax deduction for state taxes paid. Essentially, the federal government ...
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When should I expect to see payroll details on ird.govt.nz?

My daughter had two jobs in the second half of last year. The first was a very dodgy outfit that extended her shifts without notice, wouldn't let her take her breaks, and, I suspect, hasn't paid any ...
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Withholding Tax for Citizen of No Tax Treaty with US

I am a citizen and resident of Saudi Arabia, a country with no tax treaty with the US. I receive monthly royalties from Amazon as a designer in their print on demand platform (they sell t shirts of my ...
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I worked in two states for the same company

I worked for the same California-based company in 2018, working remotely from home. I am a 1099 employee, so my employer does not withhold any taxes. I lived in California for six months, then moved ...
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Bonus which will have to be paid back [duplicate]

I received a retention bonus during the tax year 18, with the clause that if I leave within the year I have to pay back the full amount. I will hand in my resignation and will have to pay back bonus ...
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Does a gain in one brokerage account and a loss in another brokerage balance each other out for tax purposes?

I have different investments in two different brokerage accounts A and B. Investments in A are up 500 and in B are down 500. If I were to sell both of these in the same year (without any other losses ...
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Can buying covered calls to close trigger a wash sale

I did some tax loss harvesting last week and am hoping I didn't incur a wash sale this week. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. I sold a portion of CELG held long term for a significant ...
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Where are additional dependent children listed on the 2018 1040 tax form?

I was getting a head start on my taxes and wondering what form there is for listing out additional children. On the old form, I attached another form (probably something just autogenerated by my ...
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Taxes due on trust inheritance

What is the IRS form which will divide the tax liability of inheritance from a trust between the heirs?
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Options for non-US person outside US with 401(k)

This question is somewhat related to this one. I'm a non-US person (mid 30s) currently living and working in Europe. Previously, I lived and worked in the US (Massachusetts) for >3 years. In order to ...
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If my withholding will pay my and my spouse's tax bill, does she still need to pay estimated taxes as an independent contractor?

I am a full-time employee. My spouse is effectively employed long-term with one company, but has always been paid as an independent contractor. If I plan on filing my 2018 taxes jointly with my ...
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Must I file a tax return for my S-corp LLC?

I created an LLC with S-corp election in 2018 in anticipation of doing some freelance work. In the end, I did not do the work and my LLC had no income. Am I still required to file a tax return for my ...
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Reduce LLC profits by putting towards spouse's IRA?

I have a full time job. I also own a LLC (sole proprietor). I have some profits from my LLC this year. My spouse and I file jointly. My spouse is not currently employed. Can I move the profits from ...
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Tax system on savings account in India

I would like to know if the money in the bank is taxable. Let's say I have deposited some x amount in my savings account and the yearly interest is y amount. I know that this y amount is taxable, but ...
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Filing a tax return due to US bank interest for non-US persons

Does the mere ownership of a US bank account that earns some interest require a non US person (say, based in Europe, EU in particular) to file a US tax return? Are there any other reporting ...
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Do I-94 form holders who are living abroad have to file income taxes?

I-94 is the Arrival-Departure Record Card. By taxes, I mean income taxes. Scenario 1 is the question above "Do I-94 form holders who are living abroad have to file income taxes?" Scenario 2 what if ...
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Benefits/disadvantages of filing as married?

I was hoping to get some help as to what I should file on my taxes (single, married or head of household). I recently got married in August. I honestly and not sure the benefits of filing single/...
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Withdrawing money from a micro entity

I own a Micro Entity company which makes around £2,000 - £3,000 profit per year. I'm the only employee in the company. I wish to start taking what you could call a salary each month of £100 - £200, ...
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Downside to W2 with base salary and allowance?

This is simply an example, so please bear with me. ExxonMobil (headquartered in TX) offers me a software development position as a W2 employee, with my total compensation being $5,000/month. They ...
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Can 1099 get allowance to reduce taxable income?

I posted this question anonymously, but I can't add edit or delete, so I decided to repost. I'm a software developer for a fortune 500 company (in Texas) and I get paid $5,000/mo as a 1099 contractor....
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Dropshipping and sales tax in sole proprietorship LLC

I own a new LLC as a sole proprietor and plan to file profits through my personal tax return. However, my business is entirely online and dependent either on affiliate or dropshipping channels. For ...
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Property Tax entry for 2018 Federal Income tax

In preparation for 2018 Federal Income Tax (based on the 2017 Tax Act), I was suprised when using 2018 Turbo Tax to see the following: Which seems to state that the IRS is still working on how to ...
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NYC - Does New York City tax scale similar to Federal taxes?

As far as I understand it: If I make 5k yearly versus making 50k yearly I fall into a different federal tax bracket and the amount I'm taxed becomes modified (this is the simple explanation). ...
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Self-employed net income for affordable housing - valid to take from profit/loss?

I'm trying to understand net income from self-employment, when qualifying for an affordable housing program. I had always thought that net income was the cash (checks, wires, etc) coming in. However,...
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State tax refund different from what's indicated on Turbotax form

I am digging into a past year's Utah tax return (due to an audit) and I see that 42 TOTAL DUE - PAY THIS AMOUNT is over $500; I used Turbotax and I'm seeing that on my downloaded, filed tax form. ...
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Taxes - Extra money at the end of the year

Background I run a small business and we have a fortune 500 company as one of our clients. This is great and all except that they push us around as far as finances are concerned. They always pay, but ...
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ITR for private tutors [closed]

I am a private tutor and my annual income below Rs.2,50,000.00. Should I file any ITR? If yes, what ITR should I file?
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HSA payroll contributions and additional .9% medicare tax

HSA contributions through payroll deductions are generally exempt from FICA withholding. Does this apply to the additional .9% medicare tax for income > 200k? For example, after reaching 200k in W-2 ...
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Deductible automobile expenses for ridesharing business

Most people here will disagree with the premise of the question, so try to disregard that (and that I know this is likely a very bad idea). I'm considering buying a (new) car that I can't afford (...
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How do I calculate annual salary in case of salary split in a single month?

I am building a payroll system. My problem is if the employee's salary changes twice or thrice in a same month. If the: 1st period is x 2nd period is y then can I say annual income from 1st period ...
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higher tax bracket 2019

I'm retired and will be drawing a pension. I have some money in my 403b. The company wants me to come back work part time in 2019. How many hours can I work and keep from putting me in higher tax ...
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Income taxes for sign-on bonus

I just joined a new company, and I'm in the US. As my first paycheck, I got my sign-on bonus and regular bi-weekly salary both in the same paycheck, summed together. Does it make any difference in ...
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UK Tax calculation on payment for contract serverence

I was recently made redundant from a role at a UK company. They were very reasonable about the situation and offered to pay off my 3-month notice period rather than make me work it. As a result, I ...
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Pass through entity’s year start balance

I am the owner of a single-member LLC and am taxed as a pass through entity. At the beginning of the year is a pass through entity’s cash balance always considered $0 with respect to a balance sheet? ...
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Late filing Returns from 2015, 2016 and now 2017. With income in 2015 and 2016, but NOL in 2017

What is the procedure for filing these late returns? Do I file the returns and then file an amended return to show the carry back from the loss from 2017? 2015 AGI $143,567 - after ID and ...
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I have a HDHP with an HSA through my employer as well as a non-HDHP through my parents. Am I still eligible for the HSA through my HDHP?

I have a HDHP with an HSA through my employer as well as a non-HDHP through my parents. Am I still eligible for the HSA through my HDHP? I have an HDHP with an HSA through my employer that I started ...
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HSA End of Year Contributions

If someone starts work half way through the year and makes out-of-paycheck contributions to their HSA account that amount to less than $3,450 (say they amount to $1,450), would they be able to deposit ...
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Income Tax Conundrum

I am employed in Georgia and pay federal and GA state income taxes. My employer has granted me the option to work from Puerto Rico about 50% of the time. I am considering moving my family and ...
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How to take advantage of a no-income year (taxwise) when you could sell stock with capital gains?

I didn´t have much income this year, so I was thinking of selling any stock with capital gains. The purpose of this sell is to take advantage of the standard deduction and the 0% tax on capital gains ...
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Advice for finding a qualified accountant for grad student & real estate tax and financial planning

I'm a bit worried about getting bad tax advice this year for a number of reasons. I just started a PhD program this fall, which meant a number of big changes for me: I had to sell my house and move ...
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Getting a tax return as a dependent student

I am a 17 year old student that is filed as a dependent by my mother. This past summer, I had a paid internship where I had to pay FICA taxes alongside some state taxes. I believe I can get taxes paid ...
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Can debt increase ROE?

I have the following statement which can be true or false. A company with operational rentability (EBIT/Assets) of 11% (after income tax of 30%) analyses taking debt. If the credit consists of 16% ...
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Provident Fund transfer from a company which got acquired by another company

My husband has changed job to another company and had not transferred his PF at that time. Later the previous company he was employed in got acquired by another company. Now he has initiated PF ...
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Are gifts taxable income in Canada if not from family?

If I receive a large sum of money (going towards helping fund athletics) from a person who is not family, does this count as personal income? I know there have been cases where people have been ...