Today TaxMama® hears from Susan in the TaxQuips Forum, with an unusual question. “PA recognizes common law marriages if they started before ’05. So, if they are now separated, are they doomed to the MFS status until a judge signs a divorce decree?https://londonbes.education/Media/new/research-paper-services.html Or, since nothing was filed with the state to begin with can […]
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Today TaxMama® hears from Dok0619 in the TaxQuips Forum with the eternal problem. “I am separated from my wife and she has our two kids. She left August of 2012. In November our lawyers made a temporary custody agreement for us and I have been voluntarily paying her child support until we finally go to […]
The Fifth weekly winners in TaxMama’s search for the Ultimate Tax Nerd of 2012 are: Melissa Guy for Just barely April 18th 2012 Susan Holtgrefe, EA for How life looks with your tax goggles on
The Fourth weekly winners in TaxMama’s search for the Ultimate Tax Nerd of 2012 are: Clint Masser wins again with It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane. Caroline Lees for Like Talking to a Stone
The Third weekly winners in TaxMama’s search for the Ultimate Tax Nerd of 2012 are: Clint Masser wins again with It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane. Melissa Guy , for the Taxorcist.
The SECOND weekly winners in TaxMama’s search for the Ultimate Tax Nerd of 2012 are: Clint Masser, for It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane Susan Holtgrefe, EA for TaxNerds, the Real Truth.. Winner of the POPULAR VOTE – Clint Masser, It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane. with 205 views and 13 comments from unique commenters (one comment per […]
A man and his young wife were in divorce court, but the custody of their children posed a problem. The mother leaped to her feet and protested to the judge that since she brought the children into this world, she should retain custody of them.
People, hearing the word tax, sometimes turn around and walk away from me. Just the idea of taxes frightens them so! It is a daunting subject. Especially when you are having problems with the tax system, yourself. (In fact, at my very first television interview on Good Day L.A., the host, Mario Machado, did exactly […]
Dear Family, As you read this, I will be on the train to San Diego for a legal hearing. My friends in the area haven’t been contacted, since I have to turn right around and return the same day. What a shame. It would have been such a pleasure to stay for the weekend. […]
(This is a true story. None of the names will be real to protect confidentiality.) Once upon a time, a very nice fellow came to our office and begged for help. Steve sheepishly admitted that he hadn’t filed tax returns for about ten years and the Internal Revenue Service was a bit unhappy with him. […]
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 […]
TaxMama’s Economic Idiot Award goes the 58 Senators who voted for this plan. Speaking of wasting money. Did you follow the Congressional debates on the foreclosure crisis? [See links in Resource Box below.] What a total disappointment! Congress nixed the authority for bankruptcy judges to revise interest rates and principal on existing loans – so […]