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Taxes

Taxes refer to the money the government collects from individuals and businesses, usually taken from income or added to the price of certain goods.

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All Questions: Taxes
NewPosted September 27, 2016 · Miami, FL

If it's for the current tax year (i.e., a year for which you haven't filed yet) -- that employer owes you those copies.

If it's for a prior year fo...

NewPosted September 27, 2016

As another person mentioned, if it's from the sale of your primary home, there's an exemption of $500,000 (married) or $250,000 (single) on capital ga...

NewPosted September 27, 2016

It does nothing to disability payments.

If you roll the account into a traditional IRA there will be no tax effect until you start drawing the mone...

NewPosted September 27, 2016

If your gift tio your child(ren) is less than $14,000 per child per year, then neither they nor you pay tax. If the gift to any child is more than $...

NewPosted September 26, 2016 · Chicago, IL

Pick your poison. One way or another you have to pay tax on the conversion.

NewPosted September 26, 2016

You are required to file returns if your income is high enough. When you have allowable employment related expenses you can deduct them using Form 2106.

NewPosted September 25, 2016

Down load IRS Form 1040-ES and follow the bread crumbs.

NewPosted September 25, 2016 · Houston, TX

I am speculating that IRS has NOT filed a Notice of Federal Tax Lien because if it did your credit score would take a nose dive. The installment agree...

NewPosted September 25, 2016
Kathryn Hauer

Kathryn Hauer

CFP®, MBA, EA

Hi – thank you for writing. I know that you must feel worried and upset about this situation. Unless some special circumstances apply, which I’ve list...

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