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Dependents on a return. Parent age 56 shows income of $1400

Dependents on a return. Parent age 56 shows income of $1400 for 2015 and reported on a 1099-MISC. Has a daughter who is disable and collects Disability. Parent moves in with another daughter in in order to survive. Can the Daughter she moved in with claim both disable sister and parent? They lived with them for 5 months.

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I have an S corp with a non-deductible loss due to

I have an S corp with a non-deductible loss due to insufficent basis of $100k at 01/01/15. In 2015, I have a k-1 with ordin income of $75k and a ltcg of $50k.....I know I can reduce my taxable income by the $100k as I now have basis.....The question is do we reduce all of the ordin income of $75k first and reduce the ltcg by $25k??? ( the loss carryforward due to insufficent basis was all from an ordinary loss)

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When recording a distribution on 1120S do I subtract it from

When recording a distribution on 1120S do I subtract it from Paid in Capital or do I increase negative retained earnings.We need to do this over the phone as quickly as possible.Its easier than it looks, but, you must have a deep knowledge of S Corporation Retained Earnings accounting.BACKGROUND I have an S Corp (never a C Corp.) with beginning of year negative AAA (-$1,964,146) and no OAA, PTI, AE&P, never a C corp.The difference between negative AAA and Retained Earnings (-$1,517,373) is cumulative prior years tax exempt interest $446,773.Beginning of year Basis is zero.2015 separately stated income items are $293,463Distributions $61,000 cashTotal Loss and deductible items 2015 -$39,865Suspended Losses from prior years -$3,367,488

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I am a trailing spouse on a G-4 visa. My husband works at an

I am a trailing spouse on a G-4 visa. My husband works at an international organization, and is tax exempt. I work at a production company. As such, I am obliged to file and pay US taxes.JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Is there anything else the Accountant should be aware of?Customer: HOWEVER, I am told that I cannot deduct mortgage interest. This seems to be aggressively unfair, as the result is that I am effectively taxed at a higher rate.

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How is this distribution to an S-corporation taxed: Basis at

How is this distribution to an S-corporation taxed:Basis at the beginning of the year $10,000Income 3,000Tax exempt interest 1,000Distribution 20,000Non deductible expenses 2,000Section 179 deduction 5,000How much is gain and how are the non deductible expenses treated?

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Here is the scenario: A single active member LLC files as an

Here is the scenario:A single active member LLC files as an S-Corp. It reported $10K loss for 2014 on 1120S and the individual's K-1. The individual did not perform basis limitation calculations (TurboTax does not guide through this). Company equity 100% attributable to the member at the end of 2014, including all single member contributions, income, losses, and distributions was $8K. The company reports a $9K loss for 2015 (taxes have not been filed yet), and is closing up shop in 2016 with no assets or liabilities (all assets depleted or written off with no gain).Questions:1) Is it correct that even though the member covered the losses out of their own pocket through contributions, their basis is measured after the loss? This seems illogical but it is how the basis limitation worksheet instructs.2) If the individual amends prior tax return to suspend the $2K of loss and shows practically ZERO basis for 2015, therefore additional $9K loss to suspend, will they be able to unsuspend the losses on their tax return for the year that the company is dissolved?3) Are unreimbursed expenses reported on Schedule A also limited by basis or do they come into play some other way?

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Dont really understand how fill in schedule OI, item J, : I

Hi, dont really understand how fill in schedule OI, item J,JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: I have US income in 2015, but I only spend 4 months in the US, do I calculate my amount of exempt income in 2015 as, total amount I got multiply 4, divide by 12?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: and, what should put in the number of months claimed in prior tax years?JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Accountant about your situation and then connect you two.Customer: does it mean how many months I was in the US in 2014?

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On my 1099-INT there is a negative amount reported in box 8

On my 1099-INT there is a negative amount reported in box 8 (-$50.00). In box 11 and 13 there are amounts reported ($165 and $220) what needs to be done with these numbers?

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It is not about tax issue. It is about presenting the balance

It is not about tax issue. It is about presenting the balance sheet. Three shareholders purchased an S "Corporation for 1.5 million on a stock sale.JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: The corporation balance sheet has a treasury of stock of 1 million in its equity section. Since it is a stock sale, all the items are kept in the balance sheet as they are. As a result of the treasury stock, the equity is negative. How does the Corporation get rid of this? The corporation has no cash. The profit of the S Corporation is distributed to the shareholders every year.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: In a stock sale, can the shareholders make an entry for goodwill that will not be amortized to account the price paid in excess of the part.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Accountant about your situation and then connect you two.

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