Taxes's questions - Polish iziqna

Best answer: Lol yup

How do I get less taxes taken out my paycheck?

10 answers · United States · 17 hours ago
I work at the IRS as a CSR and work 40 hours Monday thru Friday and get paid biweekly. My gross pay is $1,412.57 but my net pay was $973 and that’s waaay too much taxes taken out. I work in Kentucky but I live in Ohio. I’m wondering how can I get less taxes taken out of my paycheck? My W-4 exemption is 01 and I’m... show more

Is tax evasion a sin?

9 answers · United States · 2 hours ago

Should I give my own kids a 1099-MISC?

6 answers · United States · 1 day ago
I'm self employed (sole proprietor LLC) and have 2 children, ages 17 & 19 by December 31st 2018. They both have part time jobs and also help me out over the summer. They receive W-2's from their employers and file their own tax returns (but are dependents on mine). In the passed, I just give them cash... show more

Best answer: If you have a state liability, you pay a state estimate as well. Generally if someone is required to make federal estimates, they are required to make state ones as well.

Why is property taxes legal?

15 answers · United States · 5 days ago
Best answer: Been wondering that myself. I mean.. I own my car so why?

What is the minimum income required to file taxes for 2018?

8 answers · United States · 3 days ago

Best answer: For someone who gives millions of dollars to charity, yes. For a typical person whose only deductions are real estate tax, state income tax, and mortgage interest, probably not, but possibly yes. The only way to know for sure is to figure your your taxes both ways.

Self employment tax?

13 answers · United States · 6 days ago
Best answer: Where did you enter your HHA income? If they paid you with a W2, then there is no self employment tax and that's the way you should have been paid. If they issued you a 1099 or just paid you, then the amount you received goes on Schedule C or C-EZ and the program will calculate your self employment tax. It is... show more

Best answer: Form over substance. Employees and Employers have a business relationship. The IRS would view you as giving yourself a $10K bonus and disallow it. (You can't create income by lying about it.) Since he didn't give you the money, he can't include it on your W-2 and he can't deduct it from his income. show more