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529 plan withdrawal penalties

My son is a freshman this year. We live in and he attends school in California. We pulled out the first $ from our Utah 529 plan. I had the money deposited in my account since I paid the ...
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Difficult time understanding 1040-ES and Late Payments Penalties

I've spent the entire day trying to figure out how 1040-ES's work. If you make quarterly payments of Estimated Taxes, do you also file the regular 1040 on April of following year? Turbo Tax states ...
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Bought stock at higher price than current price

I wanted to buy stock ABCD at a price of 880. The current price was 900. When I bought, I set 980 instead of 880 and it was fully executed. I don't understand how it is possible to buy stock at a ...
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Can one roll over an after-tax 401(k) to a Roth IRA, then any time in the future withdraw my contributions tax-free and penalty-free?

Can one roll over an after-tax 401(k) to a Roth IRA, then any time in the future withdraw one's contributions (that were initially made to the after-tax 401(k)) tax-free and penalty-free? Background ...
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Roth-IRA withdrawal penalty: 10% of what?

Early non-exempt withdrawal from a Roth-IRA results in a "10% penalty". A 10% penalty on what amount: The amount withdrawn? The remaining balance of the Roth IRA? Both? Insight appreciated
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Withholding for unexpected Short-Term Capital Gains and Penalties

Every year, when paying my taxes, I typically get a small amount back from the Feds, and usually pay "less than $400" to my state. However, within this 2016 year, I unexpectedly made a large amount ...
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Excess HSA Contributions Used For Medical Expenses

I have a potential employer with a strange solution for healthcare. They wish for you to select a HDHP from the marketplace with an HSA then they fund the HSA to pay for the healthcare premiums. I ...
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Under what circumstance will the IRS charge you a late-payment penalty for taxes?

IRS Topic 301 states You will owe interest on any past-due tax and you may be subject to a late-payment penalty if the payment of tax is not made by the original due date of your return. The ...
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Estimated Taxes after surge in income

Last year my self-employment income was $300k and I paid about $80k in federal taxes. This year, in the first quarter, all of my business dried up and I had $0 in income. Turbo tax was advising me ...
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Does it make sense to start saving into a 401k, if you might move out of the US before retirement?

Contributions to 401k funds are subject to a 10% penalty if taken out before the age of 59.5. Presuming my employer has a 401k matching program, does it make sense to contribute to a 401k if I might ...
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HSA and Medicare: what if I get laid off?

I'm approaching 65; will continue working for a large company; will not be taking Social Security; have a high deductible insurance plan through my company which I will continue using (so will not ...
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Implications of withdrawing Roth IRA contributions before age 59?

What repercussions, penalties, fees, or additional taxes exist on withdrawing contributions (basis) from a Roth IRA account under 59 years old? For example, suppose I have contributed $5,500 for 5 ...
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Where is payment for failure-to-file and failure-to-pay penalties included on Form 1040?

Form 1040 line 79 is for "estimated tax penalty", but my understanding is that this is for 'penalty for not paying estimated tax', not 'the estimated amount for all tax penalties'. If this is the case,...
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What is the amount of extra interest I have to pay along with my tax due?

My total tax payable is 60803 for the financial year 2012-2013. But, TDS deducted till 31st 2013 is 50822, so I have to pay the tax due of 9981. What is the exact amount I have to pay? Is there ...
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Preventing tax underpayment penalty

I had some short term capital gains in 2017 which resulted in underpayment penalties both in my Federal and State taxes. I have about $5K in crypto-related short term capital gains for 2018 to report ...
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I may have made an ineligible contribution to a Roth IRA. What should I do?

Early this year (before mid-April) I received in excess of $11,000 in taxable inheritance income. The income was distributed from several annuities. I deposited $5,500 into a Roth IRA for the 2016 tax ...