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I need a title out of my name from a vehicle that my ex drive, refuses to cooperate, what can I do to resolve this?

You go down to the police station where he lives and tell them you are repossessing a vehicle you own. Make sure they have a copy of the title and whatever useful information you can find (loan/...
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Can I use the new tax law to help with private school?

I think you are misunderstanding how a 529 plan works. Contributions to a 529 plan are not tax deductible on your federal return. The money you put in there is after tax. The tax advantage comes as ...
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I need a title out of my name from a vehicle that my ex drive, refuses to cooperate, what can I do to resolve this?

An alternative to involving the police...though if this isn't an option, please involve the police. If he lives with his mother and she is understanding, there's nothing wrong (read: illegal) by ...
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I need a title out of my name from a vehicle that my ex drive, refuses to cooperate, what can I do to resolve this?

Both answers so far seem to have overlooked that your ex-fiance has been paying for some or all of the car, even though you are the only one on the title. Ask him to propose a plan for him to take ...
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Can State come after our house for previous owner's back taxes?

There are some cases in which a tax lien on a business can attach to the owner's house. One scenario is that part of the house was owned in the name of the business. This may be plausible given the ...
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Is there any program American can take advantage of to help offset childcare costs during Covid-19?

Some employers have waived some open enrollment deadlines for applying for a Dependent Care Inflexible Savings Account (a "DC FSA"). This is implemented as a deduction from your income, ...
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What are the disadvantages of home mortage being under only one spouse's name?

The bank considers a few items when approving a mortgage: Your credit history. A great history/score helps, and bad one hurts. It can show up in the rate, or even may be the determining factor if the ...
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Can State come after our house for previous owner's back taxes?

You are right to be concerned. The former owner of the home has financial problems and the creditors are reaching to try and collect. Even if they have zero chance of getting money from you there is ...
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Does the New Mexico Gross Receipts tax apply to non-business sale of personal property?

According to New Mexico Statutes Chapter 7. Taxation ยง 7-9-28: Exempted from the gross receipts tax are the receipts from the isolated or occasional sale of or leasing of property or a service by a ...
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I got 1099-NEC that reports box 1 income but no state income (box 7), is this possible or an error?

First, you should understand that a 1099-NEC is what is known as an information return. It is filed to report information to the IRS, not to you. Your spouse received one because she was paid an ...
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Bought a house, a/c not working, contract specifies a/c service, who is at fault?

Thank-you to the commenters. The answer is that this is on me. I can be annoyed that the sellers did not have the a/c unit serviced but there is little reason to pursue it as it would be more trouble ...
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What are the disadvantages of home mortage being under only one spouse's name?

If the property is jointly owned, technically you can mortgage your undivided one-half interest, but I doubt that any bank would be willing to do that. If you didn't pay, foreclosure would be much ...
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