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Today TaxMama hears from Debbie in Washington State who tells us, “We were affected by a Federally acknowledged disaster in December of 2007. The repair costs are in 2008, but I can’’t find where to claim them. What do I do?”
Today, Nancy from West Virginia is confounded, “My boss sent me a 1099 instead of a W-2.https://www.quaintonhall.org.uk/wp-content/languages/new/proofreading-and-editing-services.html But I was an employee, not a freelancer. What do I do?
Today TaxMama hears from Tom, who’d like to know. “Can you point my wife and me to any basic resource for information on tests to determine whether one needs to do withholding or taxes in general for nanny services? And, then, how to actually execute the necessary record keeping and filings.”
Today TaxMama hears from Brian in Georgia wants to know. “I work out of my home office in Georgia for a company headquartered in Virginia. Can I write off my home office as a home office work place and deduct part of my home etc.? Or would that only count if I had my own […]