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Answered by Jeffrey Schneider
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If you are talking about Federal estate taxes, depends on the value of the estate. If the estate happened in 2017, the estate gets a $5.49 million exclusion or 100% if...
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Asked by Lee
Answered by Jeffrey Schneider
Tax Professional
You can request a copy of your account transcripts directly online at www.irs.gov or go to an Enrolled Agent or CPA and they can do it for you (and quicker). The trans...
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Asked by w-lmburris
Answered by Megan Gorman
Tax Professional
Yes, this is specified on the 1099.
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Answered by Michael Karu
CPA/CFF/CGMA in Livingston, NJ
When we prepare tax returns for couples, we routinely check to determine whether married filing jointly or separately is more beneficial. The process is to calculate ...
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Asked by AuntieCathie
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
You mean your tax refund? Sit down with a financial advisor to determine your risk tolerance and decide how you want to invest your money. You may also want to change ...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Helen Barbre Stephens
Financial Adviser in Fort Worth, TX
The EITC requires earned income, which includes any self-employment income. You may qualify based on your overall income, but you won't if you don't have earned incom...
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Asked by Meredith L
Answered by Paul Carag
Financial Adviser in Renton, WA
Hi Meredith, ultimately, this should be answered by a CPA with experience in these issues so I would encourage you to reach out to one. However, what I'm seeing in my ...
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Asked by Erin
Answered by Justin Clark
Mortgage Broker in Moreno Valley, CA
If the income does not require you to claim on taxes, such as VA disability, then you can still use that towards qualifying. However, if this is "under the table" mon...
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Answered by Ebrahim Rad
LUTCF , CLTC , MDRT in Woodland Hills, CA
You need to talk with your tax advisor or who ever prepare your tax.
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Asked by bgerber_03
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
Determining who can claim children as dependents on their taxes can be complicated in the cases of divorce or other custody arrangements. Here's some information about...
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