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    Using another organizations tax status

    Where I come from, this is called learning to grow a pair.
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    Indiana is at it again

    California is similar, and will "estimate" income based on 1098 interest paid or occupational licenses, even if the person isn't working. Went off on an FTB rep on the phone over it, the guy threatened to report me to the State Board of Accountancy, at which I informed him the joke's on him...
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    Filing tax amendment 1040x

    I do the same as LdiJ and agree with Taxing Matters. Now the preparer may be inexperienced at this sort of thing or may be really old school about it and not up on current procedure. Either way though, sending in an amended return will CREATE A MESS.
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    Registration hold in FL and need it fixed ASAP!

    Did anyone cite a LAW? No? My point stands. Department policy does not law make.
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    Registration hold in FL and need it fixed ASAP!

    Nowhere in this thread did anybody state that.
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    Registration hold in FL and need it fixed ASAP!

    I disagree. The fine is for the ex's operation of the vehicle and her violation of traffic laws, not his.
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    Taxes Late, Confusion about K-1, 1041 forms. Please Help!

    No he didn't say anything of the sort. The question is why, when receiving a grantor statement, are you preparing a K-1?
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    Child Support and Taxes

    There is no implication since they are treated the same under tax law.
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    Child Support and Taxes

    It's not a tax law matter.
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    Child Support and Taxes

    And nobody said it WAS acceptable, nor is this the proper venue to be asking the question.
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    Child Support and Taxes

    And how did you come to that conclusion regarding child support, since literally nobody said it was acceptable.
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    Child Support and Taxes

    What is your TAX question?
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    Inherited IRA? Do I need to file a 1099R with my Taxes?

    The IRS didn't make this complex. The law is written by Congress, and given that this portion has existed in its current form for nearly 20 years, should be well known by anybody who works in that area. That doesn't mean everybody knows all the regulations on inherited IRAs off the top of...
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    Inherited IRA? Do I need to file a 1099R with my Taxes?

    An inherited IRA can never BE in your name. You might be the beneficiary and it may reference you as beneficiary in the title, but it will always be your mom's IRA.
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    Inherited IRA? Do I need to file a 1099R with my Taxes?

    That is not possible. You cannot roll an inherited IRA unless it was your spouse who died.
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