I have another tax question.
If someone files their taxes late for several years, but has refunds after they're done, is the person entitled to their refunds?
I have shared equal custody of my grandchild, we both have him equally, so I wasn't sure if we could both claim him. I know the laws are always changing.
How do I get my refunds? And how far back can I go to get the refunds?
I filed head of household and claimed him as my dependent.
we are not married, but share custody.
Ok. An attorney was paid to catch up ten years worth of taxes, all refunds, but no refunds were sent for the federal tax returns. Now, how do we get the refunds?
ok. One more thing with the late taxes. The work was done in 2009, and there's still been no response. Does it normally take this long to get an answer, or do they, the IRS, wait to be contacted?
ok. If this was done for 20009 and further back, does it still only go back to 2008 , since they are the one's who haven't responded to to refunds?
I filed the taxes on time last year, receiving a refund. That's why I ask that question.
I am so glad that I'm not the one who doesn't get things done.
ok. Thank you so much for your assistance. Will the IRS answer questions for me, if it's not my returns that I'm questioning?
Have a good night.
I have some other issbut not tax related. Thank you for your assistance.