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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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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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Does SE income for taxes have to be paid in the year or just earned?

If I earn self-employment income for, e.g, taking someone's photo in late December but don't receive payment for that service until January and my tax year matched the calendar year, does that income ...
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Is compensation for European flight cancellation taxable in India?

Here is the situation: Indian resident receives compensation (under EC Regulation 261/2004) for cancelled flights while on business travel within EU. Is it taxable in India?
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Calculating the basis for shares of international stock mutual fund

I'm calculating the basis in connection with redeeming shares of an international stock mutual fund. The fund has paid dividends quarterly, which I reinvested. I'm reviewing the Federal 1099-DIV ...
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What are the US tax implications of owning a controlling stake in a UK private limited company?

I'm currently a US resident alien. What are the tax implications of owning a controlling stake in a UK private limited company? It is unclear how complex filing is and what financial implications ...
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Canadian gifting a biological parent living in and citizen of the US

As a Canadian Citizen I have given (gifted) in excess of 100K US to my adult child (US Citizen) living in the US with no tax implications other than him filling out the proper form to acknowledge it. ...
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Does date of sending or receiving money count for tax?

I am to receive a sign on bonus. In 2018 I earned not much money but in 2019 I will, because of the new job. My employer agreed to send the money on signing in 2018 as this makes quite a difference in ...
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Clarification regarding disqualified income for Earned Income Credit (EITC or EIC)

I'm a graduate student with several kids. Right now I'm trying to leverage my temporarily diminished income by "backdoor" rolling-over my 401k account to a Roth IRA account, without inadvertently ...
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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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Do I need to Re-file my taxes (1040x) once I receive healthcare marketplace exemption certificate?

This pertains to tax year 2017. My girlfriend filed her taxes and filled out form 8965 (healthcare coverage exemptions form). She checked the box indicating that she had a "pending" hardship exemption ...
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Can I Expense Reimbursements To An Employee Who Received Medical Treatment In A Foreign Country?

I have an employee who was sent to a foreign country on a business trip. He got in an accident while he was there and had to be treated at a hospital. Since he was there on a company trip, we ...
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Wash Sale between RSU and ESPP

I sold some RSUs at a loss of about ~5K on 12/27/2018 but am scheduled to receive the same stock via ESPP on 12/29. Will this ESPP transaction disqualify the ~5k capital loss on RSUs as Wash sale? If ...
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Paying tax in the UK for Fixed Deposit (Term Deposit) interest earned in India on NRE Account?

I am an Indian citizen (Indian domiciled via father's citizenship) currently residing in the UK. I intend to take up permanent residency in the UK when applicable but also continue to use my Indian ...
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Medical expenses tax deductions - billed vs. paid

In the USA, total medical expenses above a threshold may be deducted from taxes. If a medical expense occurs in December and the bill is paid in January, for tax purposes, does this expense occur in ...
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How to transfer money from india to usa [duplicate]

My son is a US Citizen and he will be entering into College on coming September 2019. We (parents)are green card holder & lives in US. We have a house here in India. We want to sell it and bring ...
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Lottery Winnings in United States

I noticed everyone is saying get a Lawyer, Financial Planner, and Tax Professional if you hit the big lottery. Why would I need a Lawyer to collect what I won? Is winning in some way Illegal? I don't ...
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Is it possible to appeal a notice of intent to assess after the appeal deadline stated on the notice has passed?

Is it possible to appeal a notice of intent to assess from Massachusetts (mirror) after the appeal deadline stated on the notice has passed? I saw the notice of intent to assess too late as I was ...
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Wrong tax class

A few weeks ago I moved from Brazil to Germany to work for a IT company. I went to the Bürgerbüro to register my residence. The employee who did my paperwork asked if I was married. I am married to a ...
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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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Financial benefits of installing EV charger for landlords and employers

This question is based on the location: Vermont, USA. A lot of information regarding federal tax benefits are available online for Electric or Hybrid car owners. However, I am interested to know if ...
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Taxes on stock sales?

My father purchased stocks for my kids at a young age. He was custodian for many years and upon his death I was made custodian. My children are now adults and I recently removed myself as custodian ...
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MA 2015 Schedule Z line 12: “Income tax paid to another state or jurisdiction (from worksheet)” -> what worksheet are they talking about?

I am filling out a 2015 Schedule Z (mirror) in Massachusetts, USA, which I plan to attach to a 2015 Form 1 (mirror). Line 12 says: "Income tax paid to another state or jurisdiction (from worksheet)". ...
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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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Can I purchase gift cards this year and deduct as a business expense, and spend the cards next year?

If my friend was to buy 5k in Amazon gift cards for himself before the year end knowing that he was going to spend those during the 2019 fiscal year, with the idea that he would be writing this off as ...
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On what amount am I supposed to pay VAT for sales?

My question comes after reading this article about Amazon paying just £15 million in tax for European revenues of over £9 billion. Here, I am confused about when businesses pay VAT (VALUE ADDED TAX). ...
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Tax Loss Harvesting and RSUs

I routinely sell my RSUs as soon as they vest, but this previous vesting period -- I did not. Sadly, the stock declined ~25 percent since that time. Some key notes. This would be a short-term sale ...
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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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How to pass on personal debt for R&D to a startup?

I just realized that I've lived frugally for the past year and most of what I make goes into paying off some hasty decisions in 6 digits worth of (now) high APR credit card debt. I've spent quite a ...
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Estate net income NEXT year less than $600. File final tax return for THIS year?

This is what happened and will happen: 2016: Person is still alive with self-employed income reported on a Schedule C. 2017: Person died. Estate account opened. Personal and estate returns filed as ...
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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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Lawful Permanent Resident of USA and cryptocurrency tax?

So I have the chance to purchase cryptocurrency from another country through a trusted friend, my questions are: Is this legal activity of any sort, will i be committing fraud? How would this be ...
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Which is the correct source for the correct German Lohnsteuer deduction?

Coming from here, I have now the following data and must say I'm quite puzzled. Which value is correct now? #1 Given the reference data from a German software company specializing on tax software. ...
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Moving company abroad? [closed]

I work for a British agency now, but I'm outsourced for a German project that is partially remote and I'm going to be based mostly in Poland. Not sure how long will be the contract, but it made me ...
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Can a US non-resident alien do tax-loss harvesting on capital gains and income? (183-day rule)

Context: I am a non-resident alien in the USA as a J1 scholar. After being present for 183 days in the USA, I must pay capital gains tax in the USA. My questions: i) can I reduce my ordinary USA ...
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Estimated tax payments required when paid only once per year?

I did a small amount of work as an asset manager by power of attorney this year for which I am getting a fee paid once at the end of this year (in December) and I probably will do no further work of ...
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Repatriate NRE funds from India back to the US.

I have an NRE account in India. I have been paying taxes on the interest and also reporting the total funds on FBAR every year. I have repatriated some of the money to the US this year. What IRS form(...
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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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Why isn't the `flat rate scheme` favourable for Limited Companies anymore?

I have been registered as flat rate scheme since 2012. At which point I kept 12.5% (working in IT) of my vat invoices. However in 2017 they changed the laws on the % I believe. My accountant said I ...
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Is it legal to open account and invest in my born country if I am currently working in Japan?

I have my identity and I am able to open investment account (for ETF, stocks and FX) in Hong Kong. I now hold a working visa and work in Japan. The tax rate is high in Japan and my Japanese is ...
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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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Considerations re: LLC on SSDI

I am disabled and receive SSDI. I will have some money from inheritance and insurance settlement from an injury. I'd like to put the money into an LLC (for shelter, exclusion and self directed ...
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Short-term selling of stocks with less profit

If I purchase $1000 worth of stock, and in the first week the stock value goes down to $900 and then in the second week the value of the stock reaches $1002, and then I sell the stock, Do I need to ...
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Minimizing tax liability from real estate sale

I bought an investment property in the United States for $20k in 2005, got a $100k refi loan on it in 2007 and sold the property for $100k in 2018. When I sold the property in 2018, I owed about $80k ...
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Can I get my property tax assessment lowered by comparing to my neighbors?

This video states: "If you find more valuable homes that pay less, you certainly have a good reason to appeal". Zillow shows many of my neighbors homes have much higher value AND much lower ...
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Share 1099 payment with another sole proprietor

Jane and Sally are independent contractors who provide education consulting to public school systems. They are separate business entities (both sole proprietors) but they frequently partner together. ...
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What to do when a good job offer is made with good salary but we are confused about salary?

Last week I got a job offer from the place where I was interviewed for a position as civil engineer. I have been informed that I will receive a monthly salary of RS 50,000. I will have not have to ...
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I'm a resident of Monaco and my future wife is a US citizen and resident. Will I have tax obligations once married?

As my header explains, I'm concerned with the possible tax ramifications once married let alone being in a de facto relationship. For example, France is harsh when it comes to taxes. If she lived ...
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Why do I have to pay cash to my broker to pay estimated taxes on vesting employer-granted stock?

I'm about to receive some restricted stock through my employer. These are stock units, not stock options, so I can't defer their vesting. When they vest, my broker is requiring that I wire them cash ...