• Tax refund?

    Husband annual apt is $170 and mine $48. He made me write 0 claim on w4 form. He filed taxes married filed jointly. He told me my share of refund was $500. I don’t believe as I had 0 claims and paid $1600 every month. Is there a way to know what was my refund?
    Husband annual apt is $170 and mine $48. He made me write 0 claim on w4 form. He filed taxes married filed jointly. He told me my share of refund was $500. I don’t believe as I had 0 claims and paid $1600 every month. Is there a way to know what was my refund?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do I pay taxes on things that I sold that I purchased with cash?

    I have an online business on Ebay. I purchase my inventory with cash and make a pretty hefty profit on it. The problem is that I have no idea how to show my proof of how much profit I made since I don t have any receipts of the purchases that I made since i buy my inventory with cash. What can I do to pay taxes for... show more
    I have an online business on Ebay. I purchase my inventory with cash and make a pretty hefty profit on it. The problem is that I have no idea how to show my proof of how much profit I made since I don t have any receipts of the purchases that I made since i buy my inventory with cash. What can I do to pay taxes for these items that I sell online? Getting receipts is not an option, also I am in the state of New York.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do we really have to pay taxes in the USA?

    Best answer: Yes. The law that covers the Income Tax is Title 26 (Internal Revenue Code). The people who claim that you do not have to pay are called Tax Protesters. They have been around as long as the income tax itself but not one of them has ever convinced a court that they were correct and got out of paying their... show more
    Best answer: Yes.

    The law that covers the Income Tax is Title 26 (Internal Revenue Code).

    The people who claim that you do not have to pay are called Tax Protesters. They have been around as long as the income tax itself but not one of them has ever convinced a court that they were correct and got out of paying their taxes.

    File your returns and pay your taxes. You will be much happier in the long run. Tax protesters normally end up broke and alone. Sometimes, they end up in prison.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do I keep receiving threatening calls about some tax fraud?

    I receive these calls from the IRS or people who pretends to be, they’ll say how I got some lawsuit about something from filing taxes and today I received a call that cops are waiting for me about some tax. It’s an automated call, it called my house and cell phone number. This is a scam but how did they get my... show more
    I receive these calls from the IRS or people who pretends to be, they’ll say how I got some lawsuit about something from filing taxes and today I received a call that cops are waiting for me about some tax. It’s an automated call, it called my house and cell phone number. This is a scam but how did they get my number? I’ve received these calls several times.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Filling taxes when disabled?

    Do I need to file taxes if I am disabled and my only sources of income are my disability check and a yearly withdraw of a couple thousand dollars from my stock market earnings?
    Do I need to file taxes if I am disabled and my only sources of income are my disability check and a yearly withdraw of a couple thousand dollars from my stock market earnings?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I write off an entire 1 bedroom apartment as a tax deduction, if used SOLEY for office space?

    I currently run my design business from home (house), but as of recent there are too many distractions. I have done some research and it would be cheaper to get a 1 bedroom apartment, rather than to rent office space locally. Is it possible to write off the rent of this 1 bedroom apartment (office space) as a tax... show more
    I currently run my design business from home (house), but as of recent there are too many distractions. I have done some research and it would be cheaper to get a 1 bedroom apartment, rather than to rent office space locally. Is it possible to write off the rent of this 1 bedroom apartment (office space) as a tax deduction, If I use this apartment solely for work purposes ONLY?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • How would this be added to my income when I file my taxes?

    Alright, so I'm an everyday Joe with a typical job that doesn't pay enough. I'm getting $11/hr right now. I work 40 hours per week, so I'm making $22,880 per year. A couple of months ago, it was determined that I have had issues with my breathing in my nose. Deviated septum and swollen turbinates.... show more
    Alright, so I'm an everyday Joe with a typical job that doesn't pay enough. I'm getting $11/hr right now. I work 40 hours per week, so I'm making $22,880 per year. A couple of months ago, it was determined that I have had issues with my breathing in my nose. Deviated septum and swollen turbinates. I have had the equivalent of sleep apnea possibly as far back as 10-12 years old and I'm 35 right now. I have insurance through my employer, but I was planning on a fairly large bill from this. I was trying to figure out how to get money for my surgery. Years ago, I had a home business selling various electronics and such on Ebay. I eventually stopped doing that. This year, I played around with that as a hobby, but I started going to various estate sales and yard sales trying to figure out a way to raise some money for any potential surgery costs. Went to a yard sale. The guy was some kind of former business owner of a copier company or something. I bought a bunch of Canon toners for copiers. Most of them were new and still sealed in the box and everything. He had a ton of them and didn't want to bother with selling them. He apparently didn't know much about Ebay and wanted rid of them. I paid $1,200 cash for about 150-200 or so of these in a couple of huge boxes. Took them home and listed them four at a time on Ebay, using large flat rate boxes from the USPS. Four would sell for about $150-$200. These are finite sales, so I'm not "buying and reselling" to have business expenses.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I let the IRS know that the dependant is a boy and not a girl?

    I was going through some files and realized that the person who help file my husband s taxes put down that my son s gender is a girl. It has been a few months since he got his refund and I need to know if he should get it changed now and how? Or if we can correct the information next year?
    I was going through some files and realized that the person who help file my husband s taxes put down that my son s gender is a girl. It has been a few months since he got his refund and I need to know if he should get it changed now and how? Or if we can correct the information next year?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why are blue state governors protesting the new tax law that causes their wealthy residents to not deduct as much on their mortgages?

    I thought democrats want wealthy people to pay more. Is this not true?
    I thought democrats want wealthy people to pay more. Is this not true?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why doesnt my employer withhold Federal taxes?

    Best answer: How much did you make? If it was less than roughly $150, then you didn't make enough to have income tax withheld. He should have had you fill out the I-9 and a W-4.
    Best answer: How much did you make? If it was less than roughly $150, then you didn't make enough to have income tax withheld. He should have had you fill out the I-9 and a W-4.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will my mom qualify for SSI Disability? (Dad works and they file jointly)?

    My Mom has not worked in 15+ years and the past 5 years she s been dealing with severe diverticulitis. My parents file jointly and my Dad makes more about $48k a year. Will his income make her ineligible for SSI Disability? Or will it just make her payments taxable if she qualifies? There s not a whole lot on the... show more
    My Mom has not worked in 15+ years and the past 5 years she s been dealing with severe diverticulitis. My parents file jointly and my Dad makes more about $48k a year. Will his income make her ineligible for SSI Disability? Or will it just make her payments taxable if she qualifies? There s not a whole lot on the net explaining this and my parents desperately need an extra income.
    12 answers · 7 days ago