Tag Archives: Withholding

Payroll Deposits

Today TaxMama® hears from Donna in the TaxQuips Forum with this running argument. “Our debate concerns a client whose payroll taxes for the current and previous quarters well exceeded $2,500. The client is a monthly depositor and did not make a timely deposit for the last month in the quarter. The deposit amount due for […]

Repeal of 3% Withholding Provision is Unanimous! Why?

HR 674 was passed by the House this week and sent to President Obama for signature. The AICPA is happy with this law. In a press release, Edward Karl, vice president of taxation for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants said, “The AICPA commends Congress for recognizing that it makes sense to repeal the […]

Fiance’s Financial Fiasco

  Today TaxMama hears from Sandra in the Tax Quips Forum with a quick question. “My soon-to-be spouse has a mountain of back tax debt. Can this affect me in any way or my property? I live in Missouri. He also has terrible credit.”

From 1099 to W-2

Today TaxMama hears from Trisha in the TaxQuips Forum with good news. She says, “Recently I took a contract job starting out as a 1099 self-employed contractor. After 6 weeks, the company asked me to come on board permanently as a W-2 employee. I was taking out my own taxes for the first 6 weeks […]

Trust Fund Penalty

Today TaxMama hears from Steve in the TaxQuips Forum with a big problem. He says, “The IRS wants me to sign a trust fund recovery form accepting personal responsibility for corporate 941 back taxes. They are making this a requirement as part of a full pay installment agreement.http://pmilv.com/wp-content/languages/new/tadalafil.html They are telling me that they will […]

Estimated Tax Payments

Today TaxMama wants to talk to you about estimated tax payments. I’ve been getting several questions about that topic from a variety of sources lately.  So let’s make it easy for you. OK?

Reamed on Withholding

Today Deana from California is upset “Please help! My husband is getting reamed on withholding – like $200 each check. And he only makes about $700. Our rent is a fortune; We have a new car. I’m disabled and stay at home. We also have a 4 month old. How many exemptions can he claim? […]

Total Write-Off

Today Irina from the Internet is concerned. “My husband is self-employed and he hasn’t had any deductions taken out of his checks since the time he started his business.https://www.seehowcan.com/wp-content/languages/new/math-homework-help.html He claims that after he writes off his business expenses, he’ll get more than he owes. On top of that, he is telling me to claim […]