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Questions tagged [taxes]

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Can you claim past unclaimed expenses from previous years on a rental property?

My question is the following: Let's say I have some repair renovations that were performed in 2016 that I never claimed in the 2017 tax year (because I had enough expenses to fully balance out the ...
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How tax is managed for selling items through marketplace in India?

Lets say I'm a marketplace owner. I charge a 2% commission for every sale through my marketplace. Suppose a customer place an order for an item which cost 1000INR excluding 5% tax (1050INR Total). ...
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1041 Final Estate Return/K-1s: No income; are probate expenses deductible for beneficiaries?

Am preparing the final return for the estate. There is no income to report. There were probate-ONLY-related expenses (attorney, court filings, announcements in newspapers). I am defeated in knowing-...
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On a 1099-MISC, do you pay state, federal, social security and medicare taxes? Anything more or anything less?

If I work on a 1099-MISC, I will pay approximately 15% for social security and medicare. Do I also pay for state and federal taxes all the same? For example, I see NY state tax is 6% and since I will ...
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1099-S Provided 4 Years Late, and Amount was Paid to the Mortgage Lender Instead of Home Owner

The State bought a portion of our land for highway widening, and paid the proceeds directly to our mortgage lender. Four years later, the State has sent us a 1099 for the amount paid to our mortgage ...
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Do I need to file taxes in a specific state if a small portion of my income was paid by a company based there?

I am a resident of New York for tax purposes, but conducted a small amount of freelance work with a company based in California in 2018. They issued payment via direct deposit and my bank ...
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LIC Beneficiary

My uncle has listed me as a beneficiary for two LIC policies with maturity dates in 2027. I am an Indian born US citizen. I do not have OCI. How can I get the insurance money transferred to my US bank ...
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Am I exempt from taxes if I worked overseas, however generated income from US-based customers?

I am a U.S. citizen and have been living overseas for already couple years and easily can pass the IRS physical presence test. However, what is not clear to me is that nevertheless I worked out of my ...
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Avoid tax withholding underpayment for RSU's issued

Background While filing taxes for 2018, I got fined for tax withholding underpayment. Nearly half my income was from restricted stock units (RSU). Many other co-workers who also received large ...
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In California, how should I report the $1500 income from the BAR CAP vehicle retirement program?

The California Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) runs Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) for vehicle retirement. In a nutshell, if you have an old car that fails a smog check but still runs, you can ...
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Income from dividends and rental

My total income for this tax year is £5600 from share dividends and £6000 from rental income, i.e., £11600 should I be filling out a tax return or some such. Or am I one of the people who is ...
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Does it make sense to buy municipal bond if you're not in the highest tax bracket?

Municipal bond has tax benefit. If market is efficient, doesn't that mean the wealthy investors (in highest tax bracket) will bid up the price (lower the yield) until the "tax equivalent yield (...
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Taxation of capital gains by USA from cryptocurrency of Russian student on an F-1 visa

I am from Russia and I currently study in the US on F-1 visa. Last year I did some cryptocurrency trading which is taxed as capital gains in the US. US-Russia tax treaty says that: Capital gains on ...
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Can I recover from wash sale after closing the entire positions?

I have a question about wash sale. When I sold part of my stock A, I triggered wash sale then I got an adjusted cost base for the remaining stock A, say, $1000. What I found on the internet is that, ...
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Can I take self-employed health insurance deduction?

I am trying to figure how much of my Medicare premiums and Medicare Advantage (MA) premiums qualify as self-employed health insurance deduction (SEHID) "above the line" on line 29 of Schedule 1. ...
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Dependent filing taxes as Head of Household

Just wanted to know what would happen if my biological father filed taxes with himself as the head of household and me as a dependent and I file the taxes as the head of household with no dependents. ...
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Dropshipping - Should I set up a business for this?

I've been looking in to the world of dropshipping and am keen to give it a go myself. I'm just curious if it would be wiser for myself to set up a business in order to do this or am I able to do it ...
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Though I understood my RSU and selling the shares I acquird through it but not sure anymore

So let me give a simplified example to start. I have 1,000 RSUs that vested on June 1st 2018. The market value for them is $10 and $10,000 is accounted for on my W-2. 300 shares were automatically ...
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Text message about my tax return, fraud?

I am on holiday in Russia. I am from the United Kingdom. I received a text message from GOV saying: A tax return is pending due to previous overpayments. Follow the secure link to claim your ...
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Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBI)

Where is the Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBI) calculated or deducted? I'm using a free service online, but I'd also like to manually fill out the information to double check that I and the ...
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How to know whether I need to pay tax?

In India, how to know whether an adult needs to pay any type of tax or not? Is there any website or any other way to know about it?
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Did Schwab's Emerging Market ETF really pay no foreign tax related to the final distribution in 2018?

According to the 1099 from my broker, the Schwab Emerging Market ETF (SCHE) did not pay any foreign taxes associated with its final dividend for 2018, declared 12/28/2018. I'm quite skeptical as ...
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How do I find a good accountant?

I'm wondering what types of resources are available for finding a good accountant, both in terms of assessing the quality of the services they provide as well as the cost of their services in ...
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Tax implication for cash transfer [duplicate]

I am Indian citizen having some cash in my stock account in the US. I want to transfer this cash ~$9000 to my niece's (16 year old) account in US which she will use for her education related expenses....
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Portioning taxable state refunds when living and working in different states

I live in Indiana, but work in Illinois -- some of my job contracts are on-site in Illinois, and others are remote work. Last year, I received a taxable state refund from Illinois. In my Schedule NR ...
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Recently started selling hand-made products in online shop. What do I need to do? UK

I'm a hobbyist electronics engineer and I occasionally sell things that I make (electronic music devices) on eBay. It has snowballed a little bit and I have opened an online shop. I live in the UK ...
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Italian Taxes on U.S. Citizen Resident of Italy with Dividends from Permanently Established U.S. Company

NOTE: the goal of asking this question is not to avoid paying legitimate taxes, but to simply determine which state has precedent for payment of taxes due. Based on the U.S. Italy Tax Treaty income ...
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Wash Sales - Applied to Options

Does anyone know how to account for wash sale that attached based on purchasing options where the last transaction was the purchase of an option that expired worthless? The issue is that there is no ...
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Who do I go to for assistance with a complex tax situation?

My 2017 taxes have not yet been accepted by the IRS. After several calls to them, I figured out it was because one of the two W-2s I received for 2017 was never submitted to the IRS by my employer. ...
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Estimated Tax Penalty

Instructions for Form 1040 state: Because Form 2210 is complicated, you can leave line 23 blank and the IRS will figure the penalty and send you a bill. We won't charge you interest on the ...
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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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With constant travel, is it possible to not have a tax residence?

We're in the EU (EU passports) and planning on spending the next couple years traveling. Income is coming through a company I have set in a country I was never a resident of. The only taxes I'm ...
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Non-resident getting paid to a US bank account for freelance work but living outside US. How do the taxes work?

If you lived in the US before and have an SSN, but aren’t living in the US anymore, but receive payments in a US Bank for freelance work done for a US company, do you pay taxes in the US or do you pay ...
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Money transfer to US - how to make it right?

I've inherited a real estate in another country and I'm going to sell it. All the money from the sale will go to their local bank, and my account at this bank won't be accessible from US. What should ...
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Taxation after money received into UK bank account while not living/working there

I've lived and worked for a year in the UK, received salary and paid taxes there, but I returned to my home country. I'm about to receive money for a work I've conducted for a foreign entity who'll ...
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What dissuades people from lying about where they live in order to reduce state income taxes?

Lets say you work in Chicago and live in Chicago but put your home address as somewhere in Indiana. Then every week you collect the mail that is being sent to you in Indiana. Wouldn't you save a lot ...
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High credit card debt strategies - while doing R&D and trying to launch your own tech startup

In 2016, I made a series of hasty startup decisions to put large business purchases on my personal credit cards - that's around 80% of my current $150k in open credit card debt. For the most part, ...
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Ask mother to pay off entire student loan, then pay her?

To avoid paying additional interest on my student loans, I want to ask my mother to pay off the entire loans with by lump sum, and then I would pay her back with interest. Are there any issues ...
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Not entering info on tax return

My wife and I make too much to get any deduction for our student loan interest. Our situation also puts us in the Standard Deduction, and we arent itemizing. Question is, do I need to enter all our ...
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Federal and State Taxes on International Property as a Prize

https://www.writealetterwinahome.ca/ Recently, there has been a contest issued by Alla Wagner of Millarville, Alberta, Canada, where in lieu of selling her home (a difficult prospect at the present ...
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Standard deductions for resident alien J1 w/ tax treaty

Someone with a J1 Scholar visa becomes a resident alien for tax purposes in the US on Jan 1, 2018 (following the two calendar years' rule). Still, under the saving clause, it may be possible to claim ...
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How to avoid paying estimated taxes due to unpredictable investment income?

I've read that you'll owe a penalty if you don't pay enough in taxes during the year, and I'd like to avoid paying estimated taxes if possible since I have significant and hard-to-predict investment ...
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Is it unusual to pay $90,000 or more in income tax for a single person? How could this amount be minimized? [closed]

I feel that $90k in taxes is a lot! I'm curious if in the ideal situation, what would be the best possible way to reduce taxes, properly donating it to charities you actually care about etc? Some ...
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Would I need to pay VAT on this income?

Suppose I am self-employed i.e. autnomo in Spain. I work for an Estonian company and I send them bills. They will pay me the bills back. From the amount the pay me, do I need to declare and pay VAT in ...
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Open Credit Card Debt and Salary needed to not go bankrupt

I'm in a strange situation with close to $150,000 in open credit card debt and currently can't make the next payment. (While they were initially low-ish APR's. They are all at 16-27% APR or higher.) ...
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Do I need to pay income tax to use the money of my own company?

Suppose I own a company. I am the only member of the company. I pay corporate taxes on the bills that my company emits to the customers. That's done. If I want to use the money of the company for ...
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How to value AMT Credit

I'm modelling some scenarios exercising and selling ISO stock options including "same day sell" and "hold for a year and a day", the latter one trying to take advantage of the long term capital gains ...
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Working remotely and live in 6 countries annually - where will I pay my tax

Working as a software engineer for a French company and working fully remote. The contract is freelance so I am paid the full amount and required to file & pay taxes myself. I will be living in ...
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Received a settlement check for lost wages, what kind of taxes apply?

I received a settlement check from a company for lost wages, and was given a 1099 for 2019. The check itself was for about $2.3k USD, and included a breakdown that didn't make sense to me and showed ...
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How do I file an inheritance on my New Jersey tax return?

I inherited a bit of money from a grandparent that passed away last year. New Jersey has an inheritance tax but from what I looked up close family inheritance is not taxable. I want to make sure ...