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My husband and I had a construction company; a Sub Corp. I

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My husband and I had a construction company; a Sub Corp. I did not know there were Shareholder benefits given as he did not allow me access to the filing. I now know that he had given benefits during the dissolution filing married joint without my knowledge or signature on the taxes file. I see that the KS & K1 amounts were huge. These are shown written to me; I never saw a penny. I don't know how to find out if the benefit was monetary or not. I know where he would have cashed the checks as he had made forged mortgages at a local bank. I have questions in to a Criminal attorney on this matter. How do I find out about the Shareholder benefits shown in the taxes he filed?
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If you had a Sub S corporation any profits or losses were filed on your personal taxes unless your corporation elected to be taxed like a C-corp. If he has filed false returns, you have to file a complaint with the IRS and seek innocent spouse protection by filing the innocent spouse form.

Also, for any money he took from the business that you were entitled to a share of, you would have to file a separate suit against him as a co-owner for breach of duty and seek to recover the money through the courts.


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