Tag Archives: Maryland

IRS Has $1 Billion for People Who Have Not Filed a 2008 Income Tax Return

IRS YouTube Videos: Haven’t Filed a Tax Return in Years?:English | Spanish | ASL IR-2012-26, Feb. 23, 2012 WASHINGTON — Refunds totaling more than $1 billion may be waiting for one million people who did not file a federal income tax return for 2008, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. However, to collect the money, […]

Help the US Deficit – Don’t Ever File Your 2007 Tax Return!

Video: How to Request a Copy Your Tax Return: English IRS Has $1.1 Billion for People Who Have Not Filed a 2007 Income Tax Return WASHINGTON — Refunds totaling more than $1.1 billion may be waiting for nearly 1.1 million people who did not file a federal income tax return for 2007, the Internal Revenue […]

Just in time for Valentine’s Day – Taxes for Partners!

Partners’ Filing Status Varies Federal to State, and State to State Courtesy of CCH – This article is SO important for all domestic partners to read! (RIVERWOODS, ILL., February 11, 2011) – Whether opposite-sex or same-sex marriage, civil union or domestic partnership, your relationship can have tax consequences, according to CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business […]

Tax Holidays Coming Up

Today TaxMama wants to tell you about the upcoming tax holidays in your neck of the woods.

Michigan Wants Money

Today TaxMama hears from Rick in Maryland. He has a problem.  “I am a partner in a C Corp based in Michigan and live in Maryland. I have been paying state taxes in Maryland but not paying Michigan state tax. Michigan contacted me this year requesting that I pay tax on my income from the […]

DCAA audit requirements

Today TaxMama hears from Virginia in Maryland who wants to know. “Can QuickBooks be used for government contractors who need to meet DCAA audit requirements? If so, is there anything specific that needs to be done when setting up the chart of accounts to make it DCAA compliant?”

Selling UK Home

Today TaxMama hears from Colin in Maryland, who tells us, “I wish to sell my house in the UK as I live in the USA permanently now. What tax implications are there? It is my sole residence, with a value approx 240.000 pounds.”

Home Provided by Employer

Today TaxMama hears from Joe in Maryland with an interesting problem. “I have been offered a great job but I am a little concerned about having to move from my home to the home that is owned by the company that wants to hire me. I will be required to reside in the company home […]

Decedent 1099-C

Today TaxMama hears from Thomas in Maryland who tells us. “I was legally separated from my spouse 3 years ago. My spouse passed away 2 years ago. I just received a 1099-C tax statement addressed to her estate. Since I was legally separated, am I obligated to report the 1099-c amount on my taxes?”

In-Home Care

Today TaxMama hears from Fran in Maryland with this concern. “I have a disabled sister. She is not my dependent and does not live with me. Some of my siblings and I would like to pool our money to pay for her in-home health care. Is there a way to make our contributions tax deductible?” […]