Today TaxMama® hears from KDevo in the TaxQuips Forum, with this complaint. “I recently called the IRS to get clarification on filing a 2012 1040-X (amended return), with a balance due. TurboTax® did not generate a voucher and I couldn’t find a 2012 voucher on the IRS website. The IRS recording (800-829-1040) stated they would no […]
Today TaxMama® hears from BBall in the TaxQuips Forum, with a common issue. He is trying to understand whether he should claim zero or 1 on his W-4 – and what affect that will have on his paycheck.
Today TaxMama® hears from AK in the TaxQuips Forum, who is trying to understand. “My wife and I have 1 child who is 3 years old. We recently received our W2’s and I started the process through Turbotax online. With just my income, it looked like we were going to receive the Earned Income Credit […]
Taxes are terrifying to so many people. But the fact is, some of us just find the whole subject irresistible. We talk about taxes; think of ways to reduce taxes; dream of loopholes; are compelled to help others find tax breaks; and love to read all about the nuances and changes. WE are the Tax […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Michelle in the TaxQuips Forum who suggested this idea. “I’ve noticed recently that you’ve advised people to check with their tax pro before consummating major transactions stemming from big life moves. I discovered that April is National Financial Literacy Month. This would be an excellent platform to share more and/or updated […]
The first weekly winners in TaxMama’s search for the Ultimate Tax Nerd of 2012 are Winner of the POPULAR VOTE – Melissa Guy! Winner of TaxMama’s Choice is – Clint Masser, the Running Tax Pro!
TaxMama® is searching for the Ultimate Tax Nerd. Tax season brings out uncontrollable tax passions. Mild mannered individuals turn into rabid tax fanatics. Does that happen to you? Enter the Ultimate Tax Nerd Contest online beginning Wednesday, February 15th, 2012. The contest will run until midnight, Sunday April 1, 2012. Over $4,000 in prizes. Tax […]
Today TaxMama hears from Alex in the TaxQuips Forum who is confused. “I’m wondering what my refund would be if I claimed exempt status for about half of 2011.I’m a full-time student, filing as single, with a gross income of about $10,000. I tried doing some of my taxes on TurboTax, but it said my […]
Today TaxMama hears from CL in the TaxQuips Forum, who is upset. “We rented out our home and I used TurboTax for our taxes. Due to the questions posed on TurboTax, i.e., “Do you own a home?” “What is your mortgage interest?” Then moving on in Turbotax in Rental Properties, the question is asked again […]
Today TaxMama hears from Nancy in the TaxQuips Forum with several questions. “I am to be married this year. I am going to file as married, filing separately (MFS). Can I claim my husband since he is disabled and collecting social security disability? Also I understand that I cannot mix the standard deduction and itemizing on […]
Today TaxMama hears from Rachel in the TaxQuips Forum, who needs clarification. “My husband and I are the only owners of our LLC. From my understanding, in our state (Arizona) we can file a schedule C with our 1040. When I try to do this with TurboTax it prompts me to divide all the expenses […]
Today TaxMama hears from York in the TaxQuips Forum, who has found an interesting income source. “We just received our first contract for our 1916 home to be used for a commercial. The shoot lasts 3 days and we will receive $9,000 – cool! It seems that the IRS (and somewhere on your site) state […]