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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Foreign Earned Income Exclusion for new Green Card holder

This is something I am a little surprised doesn't come up more, but here goes: I am a current resident alien (living in NY). Previously I lived and worked in Dubai for 5 years. My Green Card (by ...
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Can I claim a tax refund if I payed too much through PAYE?

I worked as a full-time employee in the United Kingdom between January 2019 and June 2019. I noticed that the income tax and national insurance fees I paid for January-March were much, much lower than ...
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Does the UK self-employment allowance of £1,000 add up to the Personal Allowance?

I read these pages on gov.uk: https://www.gov.uk/income-tax-rates https://www.gov.uk/working-for-yourself And I understand that there are two types of income allowances: The Personal Allowance, ...
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Is the UK Personal Allowance different from the Capital Gains Allowance?

As per these two resources from the gov.uk website: https://www.gov.uk/income-tax-rates https://www.gov.uk/capital-gains-tax/losses The standard Personal Allowance for 2019/2020 is £12,500, while ...
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What do we know about elementary financial education at highly ranked schools at the pre-college and early college levels in the US?

Several answers and comments have postulated ignorance of the most basic financial features, for example, a total misapprehension of "marginal tax rate". See, for example, the comments under the ...
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NY & Federal Quarterly tax payments for someone with Fulltime job and a side gig?

In 2020 I want to start paying estimated quarterly taxes but I am not sure exactly how to calculate the amounts. If I make X$ yearly income from my full time job have maximum withholding. I also ...
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Confusion about Federal Tax Return

I have been using HR Block, and the software calculated my tax return, which is kind of surprising to me. I used a free tax estimator and the results are similar: Taxable income $80,600 Effective ...
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Overview of tax for Non Residential Alien

I am completely new to this firstly. Can anyone please give an overview of the forms needed to be filed by a person who is getting income through IN APP PURCHASES on android play store.I am not ...
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Tax Implications of RSU in a Foreign Country

If a company were to grant me RSU's in an entity not based in the US, are their differences in how this would affect my taxes compared to if those RSU's were for a US-based company? Do I owe taxes to ...
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Need to file Income Tax Return

If my total tax is remitted as withholding tax should I still file income tax return?
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Using Withholding tax to pay Income Tax for NONRESIDENT ALIENS

If I sell games on a popular platform like STE-AM ,and it widthholds my tax and remits it to IRS on my US scourced income do I have to still file Income Tax Return as a nonresident alien.
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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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selling appreciated stock vs gifting it to charity

Assume I have a stock that I purchased for $1000 and it now has a value of $5000, a potential long term capital gain of $4000. Assume also that I owe $20750 in total tax on an income of $80000 based ...
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Bootstrapping Process for Creating a Single-member Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)

So I’ve read in a number of forums—mostly StackExchange and Reddit—that it’s a good idea to separate personal and business funds/transactions so that when it’s time to organize information for taxes (...
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Spouse earns $50 K yearly, you $0. How much tax on joint HISA?

We both maxed out RRSP, TFSA. Each has 3.3% HISA at Laurentian Bank. We don't want deposit over $100 K, CDIC's coverage. No other CDIC institution pays 3.3%. We open a joint HISA — 2 below — and only ...
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For-profit carpool mileage calculation?

Last year I provided transportation for two people employed at a business beside the place I work, at $5 per trip, one way. Total last year was about $1750. As the trip fees are paid by the the ...
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Tax and social security for low income

My friend works part time and made about $7000 in 2019. Some people have been telling them that she should file separately so she had record of taxes reported for herself and she would be able to ...
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Where can I report my Social Security retirement benefit from form SSA-1042S in the form 1040NR?

I started receiving my retirement benefits from SSA last October 2019 after 2 years of processing time. They paid me a large sum corresponding to all months (25) of back pay and I received also my ...
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How to get a uniform amount of money for each paycheck given the social security threshold?

Near the end of last year, my paycheck stopped including Social Security Tax, causing my net pay to increase. I just learned that there is an annual threshold for contributions to FICA/SS This caused ...
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Employer didn’t treat J-1 intern as employee

I visited the US on a J-1 Visa as an intern for 7 weeks. My employer wasn’t withholding any income for taxes, so I paid estimated tax once I received my final paycheck with a plan for my employer to ...
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Why does increasing my W2 HSA contribution in TurboTax INCREASE my tax due?

TurboTax becomes more inscrutable every year. I was looking for where to report my HSA contribution, then realized it already came in on my W2. I have a $6000 line 12, code W (Employer contributions ...
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Adjusting withholdings for high debt?

I am looking to find out if it would be a good/beneficial idea to adjust withholdings for the next year, and use the extra money to pay down credit card debt. Using rough calculators, I am estimating ...
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When is the earliest I can file as a resident alien?

I came to the US in 2016 August as a F1 student and I know I am a non resident alient for the first five years. I want to know when the earliest I can file as a resident alien. Is it when I file in ...
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How much taxes should I pay in my case in the UK, if I only work for 3 months

I am an international student, and I will work in an internship this summer. I will work for 3 months (actually, a bit less: 12 weeks). My salary is 65,000£ gross per annum on a pro rata basis, that ...
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New Salary: UK Income Tax Discrepancy

I was promoted a few months ago and as a result my salary has increased to £59,400. However, prior to accepting the offer I calculated my expected salary via https://www.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/...
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Tax Calculation for 2019 Self Employed

Currently, I am self employed and I am going to file tax with my spouse. I have below questions on self employment tax. Do I need to pay 15.3 percent social and medicare self employment tax before or ...
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Why should I pay tax throughout the year?

I do not have much of regular employment, I work shifts for various employers, so it is up to me how much I earn. However, typically the amount of work I do results in me earning about 550k NOK per ...
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Deducting gifts to parents?

I give my mother (a senior citizen) USD$200 amount per month. Can that be deducted from my Federal income tax return? We're both US citizens and my mother receives Social Security.
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Form W-9 for payments between property management companies

I collect rent on behalf of a client, deduct a management fee, then send the remaining rent to the client. One client's residential property is leased by a company who is a "master tenant." This ...
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Can I file taxes if I am unemployed but have a child under 3 yrs?

Can I file taxes if I don't have a job but have a child under 3...and if so would I receive any money
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How do I allocate gains on Form 4797 for the sale of a rental property?

I sold a rental property last year, so I'm filing Form 4797. I owned it for several years, and had a new roof installed a couple years ago. As I understand, the land (which cannot be depreciated) goes ...
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Can this person use the tax status of qualifying widow on her 2020 income tax return

Please consider a case where I couple, living in the US, has two grown kids (a son and a daughter) (over 40) and the father dies in 2019. The mother inherits the husband’s assets. The couple normally ...
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Why doesn't ADP accurately withhold state and federal income tax (even if W4 is correct)?

Back in 2014 and 2015, I had W-4 on file with my employer where I claimed only one exemption (myself). However, I always ended up owing federal tax and getting CA state refund. Last year I also ended ...
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Are long-term capital gains considered for ACA subsidy calculation, even if they are taxed with 0%?

If your total income is below a certain limit, long-term capital gains are taxed with 0% (again, up to a certain limit). If you stay below both limits, you are paying zero tax for the year; but - ...
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How do I deal with taxes on a U.S. Savings Bond that matured a few years before it was redeemed?

My parents recently found a 30-year Savings Bond of mine that matured in 2016. I redeemed it at the bank in late 2019. My understanding is the correct way to handle this is to file an amended 2016 ...
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Can I use a 529 plan to pay student loans and claim both the state 529 deduction and the federal student loan interest deduction?

At first blush, this sounds like it might be double-dipping. But let's take a look at the new IRS rules. As pointed out in another question, in the U.S. we can now use a Qualified Tuition Program (...
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Would that person be tax liable in Spain?

Assume a limited company registered in Hong Kong. The director of the company is an Spanish national who does not live in Hong Kong and does not have the status of resident in Hong Kong. Also, is ...
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Should F2 spouse file 8843?

I have been in the US since 2016 under F1 student visa with my spouse who has F2 visa. Since I am still a non resident alien, I have been filing under single status. However, I learned that my spouse ...
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Tax return status for changing from F1-OPT to H1B

I came to US in 2014 on F1 and started F1-OPT in July, 2015. 3 months later, I started my H1B in October and I'm still single. It's pretty complicated and according to my research, I have these two ...
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Head of houshold: Domestic partner, and child, with joint checking

I am living with my domestic partner and our child, and she contributes about twice what I do into our joint checking account from which all bills are paid. Can she file as head of household? I think ...
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Can't file 1098-T electronically on Turbotax or Credit Karma

Historically, I've been able to claim the American Opportunity Credit that would give a surplus refund of $1000 to help with school while being a full time student and not working
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F-1 to H-1B Tax Filing Status - 5 Calendar Years?

I came to the US to study on an F-1 visa in August 2014 and graduated in May 2018. Since then, I have been working on an F-1 OPT visa. In 2019, I applied and received my H1B visa - specifically, my I-...
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Credits, Refunds & Reimbursements made prior to April 15th for Prior Year HSA Qual Disbursements

Apr '19: I've recently worked w/ my HSA trustee/custodian (my CU) to correctly code HSA reimbursements transactions in early 2018 for HSA Qualified Distributions in 2017. Same for 2019/2018. So we ...
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TurboTax had me file for a 1040 instead of a 1040NR. Is there a way I can change this?

It's my first time filing for a US tax return. I used TurboTax, filled up all the necessary information, and I got the result showing a form 1040, which means I got zero amount. I am from the ...
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How to tell the IRS about Roth IRA gains on early withdrawal?

I had to give some of my Roth IRA to my ex-wife, and didn't do it in the wisest manner. How now do I tell the IRS that only about $80 of the $3,570 that I sent to her are taxable and penalizable ...
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Income Tax Paypal / Ebay sales (Australia) limits

Work were throwing away a bunch of boxes full of e-waste and I was able to take them for free. I have started selling the items on Ebay and getting paid through Paypal. I believe the max total ...
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Doing side work no LLC - what to do on W9 form?

I am doing some work for on the side for my former employer. They pay me via an application called square that I use. Its the end of the year so I asked them for a 1099 / W2 and they sent me a W9 ...
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Advance Tax on Fixed Deposit Interest in India

Lets say a person makes 30,00,000 INR in a year. So he falls under 30% tax slab. Lets say he also earns 1,20,000 INR from Savings Account Interest and FD Interest. This means, an additional tax of ...
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Are there in-between tax bands in the UK

Are there any in-between tax bands or would my income tax be either 0,20,40 or 45% ? If (in 17/18) I make 44999 a year my tax would be ~9000 but if I make £2 more at 45001 my tax is now ~18000 ?
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How do I avoid having my revenue taxed twice by the IRS?

I do affiliate marketing for a living. The commission payments get transferred into my business PayPal account and the various businesses also send me a 1099. Normally I would just list the 1099s on ...

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