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I would like to know how to import wholesale sales in texas.
Hey there, I would like to know how to import wholesale sales in texas. I have sales tax permit and account and i was informing my retails sales every month however we start doing whole sale as well a year ago so i start informing like $40000 total sales and 15000 dollars is retails sale so i pay only that part. However, now we even don't do retail sales and i am still informing sales tax permit (web file) people by saying $40000 and $0 taxable sales. Am i doing right?
I have a registered LLC in Delaware. In 2016 I have so far
I have a registered LLC in Delaware.In 2016 I have so far lived in NYC, HI, and now looking at moving to either CA, or FL.What state would my tax return be done in?I'm looking at moving to FL in October for the remainder of the year, hoping that would give me the tax benefits from that state.I have a NY drivers licence, and a HI state ID card just for some extra info...Last years tax i filed in HI, even though I didn't move here until February 2016.Really unsure of what I should be doing as I move around so much.Thanks
Three siblings received the same disbursement amount into
three siblings received the same disbursement amount into their safe trust accounts from a business that the trusts own equally. The tax profession paid the taxs based on the trust account rate, in other words the funds where not disbursed to their personal accounts but held at year end in the trust. one sibling lives in nj, another in nyc, the last in nys,suffolk county. Are there 3 different tax rates base on where they live or it based on where the trust is domiciled?
Getting a second opinion on this question, as I have
Getting a second opinion on this question, as I have received conflicting information.I have a federal tax lien, and I am about to set up payment arrangements with the IRS. The tax lien is keeping me from getting additional capital for my business, so in order to run my business, if I do not get the lien released, it will cause me some difficulty obviously. Am I better to set up thepayment arrangements myself first, then file to get the lien released, or request the lien be released while I negotiate the payment terms at the same time. The amount of the lien is $17,000from tax year 2014. I would like the payments to be monthly, set for 72 months to keep the payment low, but I can pay double payments. Thanks for your response
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This is in regards to California tax requirements LLC.
This is in regards ***** ***** tax requirements for an LLC.Background Info:-single member LLC-formed 01/18/2016-elected to be treated as an s corp for tax purposes-paid $800 in March using form 3522-I will not exceed $250,000 in gross income for 2016 with my LLCHere's where I'm confused:What is the deal with form 568 for first year LLCs? I've looked at the form, and I see areas asking about total income, etc. If this is my first year, how do I know what my income will be? Is that because they are asking about last year, which would make all my information $0?What is the deadline for form 568? And is it a form that requires me to pay a tax/fee?As mentioned above, I paid $800 LLC tax using form 3522 before the 15th day of the 4th month.I want to make sure I file form 568 correctly, and make payments that are required.Help!
JD, MBA, CFP, CRPS
I have been receiving SSDI benefits since late 2005. I was
I have been receiving SSDI benefits since late 2005. I was 51 years old when a determination of full disability was made, two years after I first applied for benefits. I turned 59 1/2 years old in March 2014, but have had to draw on my retirement annuity since 2006 to supplement my SSDI.I a penalty for early withdrawal was deducted by the firm managing the retirement fund. That penalty was initially 10% of each withdrawal. I also paid federal and state income taxes on the withdrawals. I often received back most of those taxes paid because of my low adjusted income and associated tax rate.As my age approached 59 1/2 the penalty paid to the fund management firm was reduced by 1% with each passing year. Again, I withheld amounts for Federal and State taxes on each withdrawal, though after the initial years I withheld a smaller % since most of it was coming back to me as a refund. I used tax software (typically TurboTax or TaxCut) to determine my taxes, always indicating that I was disabled and receiving SSDI as my primary income.In 2011 I moved from Minnesota to Wisconsin but the tax implications were minimal other than a loss of certain tax credits that had been available in Minnesota. (Homestead Property tax rebate/refund due to significantly lower income limits in Wisconsin.)In 2012 I purchased a home and withdrew a larger than typical amount from my retirement account to apply toward the down payment on the purchase. I also applied some funds from my IRA toward necessary repairs and energy-saving improvements. Again, I used TurboTax to prepare my tax return, and after applying various credits for energy saving improvements, and deductions for mortgage, property taxes and real-estate transaction fees from the purchase of the house. I paid several hundred dollars in federal and state taxes due.Now in 2016 I have received a letter from the State of Wisconsin Dept of Revenue saying that I owe a 10% federal tax penalty (and an additional 1/3 of the Federal amount for state tax penalties) on the early withdrawals from my IRA in 2012. This surprised me because I hadn't had to pay any additional penalties in previous years (to my knowledge) and I had paid the 2% penalty deducted at time of withdrawal by the fund management firm. I assumed that this was due to my disabled status.I am receiving conflicting information as to whether my disability status eliminates the tax penalty on early withdrawals. The fund management firm tells me that I may have to do so, though they aren't privy to the specifics of my tax return. If so, I don't understand why this liability only arose in my 2012 tax year. I also made a larger lump some withdrawal in 2008 to purchase a used vehicle, and no additional tax penalty was assessed (though I did pay a 6% early withdrawal penalty was deducted from the withdrawal by the fund management firm.)I was/am still confused about this early withdrawal penalty deducted by the fund management firm. I assumed this was related to any federal/state tax obligations, particularly since the tax preparation software didn't indicate any taxes due as an additional tax penalty.Recap: Key Questions1) Does my (full) disability status eliminate my liability for the additional tax penalty on early withdrawals?2) Am I likely to be liable for similar taxes in prior and subsequent tax years until I turned 59 1/2?The amount that I owe for the early withdrawal tax penalty, the late payment penalty and the associated interest is roughly 3x the amount of my total tax liability in any other year since my disability eligibility was determined. How many other "shoes" are likely to drop?
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In what country can the citizens have foreign bank accountsView more tax questions
in what country can the citizens have foreign bank accounts and not have to report it to their country or pay taxes on it, like it used to be with swiss bank accounts. Is there such a country anymore? If so, I want to become a citizen there. If there are several countries that have safe banks and do not require their citizens to report their foriegn bank accounts, (not income, just large bank accounts), or just one, could you give me the list. There is no infomation on it online.....what a surprise..
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