Tag Archives: Small Claims Court

Land and Lot

Today TaxMama hears from Mark in the TaxQuips Forum, who got denied – again. Let me summarize – Mark bought land in March of 2009. Bought a manufactured home in April of 2010 – and had the property graded, receiving the occupancy permit by June of 2010 – before the deadline for the First Time […]

Short Sale, Now What?

Today TaxMama hears from Toki in the TaxQuips Forum, with a problem, “I bought my house in 2005 and it is now upside down. I decided to try and have my loan redone and got shafted out of $4,000, having a third party to do it for me. I stopped making my payments and I […]

TaxMama s Tax Quips Forged by Ex

Today TaxMama hears from Tami in Tennessee who’s been violated. “What can you do when your ex-spouse forged your signature on a tax return? I have a copy of the form 8879 where my signature is obviously signed by my ex husband. The refund of over $4000 was deposited in his checking account. What do […]

Roth Reinvesting Error

Today TaxMama hears from Sylvia in Texas with a problem. “In 1998 my husband converted his IRA holdings to a Roth account. The brokerage company continues to place dividends in a MM account saying they have no record of his wanting the dividends reinvested and it’s too late now. Unfortunately, our records were on thermal […]

Deposit on House

Today TaxMama hears from Sheila in Pennsylvania with this question. “My daughter gave a personal friend $8,000.00 & signed a sale of agreement to purchase a house owned by the friend. After getting the money, the person changed her mind & said she would put the house in the hands of a real estate agent. […]

Bounced Paycheck

Today TaxMama hears from Frank in Thousand Oaks, CA who has this problem. “I worked for a delivery company who paid weekly by checks. One of their checks bounced. So I did not receive my last week pay check. Is there a way I can get them to pay for lost wages? The problem is […]

Stubborn Employer

Today TaxMama hears from Gary from the Internet has this problem, “My former employer who refuses to correct my W2 for 2005—the withholding for FICA and Medicare are not at the correct percentages. They made a change in the 403b and had to adjust the taxable wages for FICA and Medicare wages. Since I was […]