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Is it correct to charge sales tax on fee imposed by car-rental company?

The second one is that the concept of having to pay taxes on a fee seems a rather absurd one, even though I guess one could possibly construe the fee as the payment for an additional service that I ...
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Is it correct to charge sales tax on fee imposed by car-rental company?

Often fees are sales-taxable to avoid taxpaying entities gaming the system. E.g. Rental car price $1/week Rental car usage fee $1000/week Sales tax 10% Sales tax 10 cents on a $1001 transaction ...
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Double self-employment tax (MA state and federal)?

First, as other answers have mentioned, Massachusetts does not have a separate self-employment tax. The federal Self-Employment Tax is simply the employer and employee parts of the FICA tax (i.e. ...
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Does TurboTax mail my state forms for me?

If you did not pay for electronic submission of the state forms, it is your responsibility to print and mail the state return. This is normally done as one of the final steps of the interview process, ...
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My husband and I live in NJ but he works in PA. Where to declare the income?

If by work you mean he is an employee, NJ and PA have an agreement sourcing employment income where you reside, so both your incomes go on your NJ return(s). If you mean any other kind of income-...
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Should I file my income taxes in NY or DC?

You should talk to a tax professional because these rules can get complicated. You'll need to determine if you fit some specific definitions for either state then determine how much, if any, of your ...
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Does charity contributions come under itemized deductions of California state w4 form?

Your linked form DE4, page 3, worksheet B, line 1 indicates that you should estimate your California itemized deductions based on the FTB form 540 schedules. Form 540, line 18 indicates that schedule ...
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Double self-employment tax (MA state and federal)?

There are many websites which give a general idea of how much tax you should be expecting to pay. The first one I happened to stumble across that focused on 1099 consultants (not an endorsement!) was ...
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Double self-employment tax (MA state and federal)?

Massachusetts does not have a separate self-employment tax. There is only the federal tax. Some sites may give the wrong impression about this. A quick Google search turns up multiple sites that seem ...
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Webpay for CA tax return not allowed owing to absence of previous records

Following a link on the web pay site for Help with bank account payments, there is this FAQ: If you never filed a California personal income tax return and owe tax You must contact us for help. Have ...
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How can increasing the max of SALT deductions from 10kUSD to 72.5kUSD cause an average tax cut of 145kUSD for the top 0.1% earners (>1MUSD) in the US?

The 145kUSD tax cut assumes that the SALT deduction cap is removed, and not increased to 72.5kUSD as Fox News incorrectly wrote. Source (mirror 1, (mirror 2): Who would benefit from removing the cap ...
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How are the taxes calculated when a person lived and worked in two different states

In theory, you can not be taxed on the same income from two states. See this. Here is a bit more on your question that might interest you.
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How are the taxes calculated when a person lived and worked in two different states

[assuming you are talking about US states] Each state has its own independent rules, and they don't necessarily match or agree in any way. You might well end up paying taxes for all 200k in both ...
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Apartment on lease in two states but have always lived in one state, do I have to pay state tax in both states?

If you are not a resident of Delaware and do not work in Delaware, you do not need to file or pay Delaware state income taxes, as described in more detail in the Who Must File section of the 2018 ...
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State Income tax when splitting a day between states (in the USA)

It’s a good question. To my knowledge, there is no legal precedent for this specific circumstance, so I’ll do my best to share my professional opinion on the topic. I assume you are speaking from the ...
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State Income tax when splitting a day between states (in the USA)

Just a guess here, and maybe it's under a wrong assumption: Since the travel time is only related to work done in California, the travel expense and your paid work time spent in travel would be ...
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