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Hello, I am trying to figure out if it is possible to apply some of the scholarships as income in order to claim the lifetime learning credit. For example, the lifetime learning credit's cap is $10,000 which gives a 20% or $2,000 credit. Can I report... read more
rbrot249 ‎01-16-2019
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I have a simple question, under the State Tax Return for my NJ return, under the We Need to Know About Your Rent: am i putting in what i pay monthly or how much rent i paid for the whole year? 1200/mth or 14400/yr?
aroman05 ‎01-18-2019
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I recently purchased (3rd quarter 2018) some timberland. The land was previously planted but I have incurred "reforestation" and other expenses related to the property. Is Form T required? Is any part of the initial purchase deductible? Where can I r... read more
RCS_76 ‎01-04-2019
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One of my parents gave be $20K cash designated for inheritance before they are deceased so to not have to deal with probate, etc.. Would this $20K have to be claimed on my tax returns? If so, would it have to be claimed as a gift or inheritance? What... read more
morete ‎01-17-2019
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My husband is in the process of getting his immigration status fixed and in the past he has been filing taxes with his I-Tin number. Once his status is fixed, he will then be given a Social Security Number. Would we be able to file our 2018 taxes wit... read more
Krystaalina ‎01-18-2019
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HiMy husband passed away in 2018, according to IRS 2018 Publication 501 “filing requirement” I do NOT REQUIRE to file tax return for us (me and my deceased husband). I would like to know which FACTOR will determine whether I MUST file tax return or n... read more
Ethanas14 ‎01-18-2019
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I know how to process capital gains and capital losses, and how to carryover excess losses if they exceed gains. I am looking for a way to CARRYFORWARD losses completely, without using any to offset this year's gains. I know that businesses do it all... read more
IggyL ‎01-04-2019
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I must have made the wrong assumption about IRA deductions.I contributed roughly $1800 to an employee 401k program at work but I also contributed the max $5500 to an IRA I have on the side. I see that the $5500 reduced my AGI but noticed that didn't ... read more
RobertR ‎01-17-2019
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I own a condo with my husband and 3 kids that we bought when they were in college. One of my kids still lives there and she has two roommates since last year. My husband and I have paid the mortgage, taxes and all the expenses and take the rental inc... read more
isroc007 ‎01-17-2019
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Assuming in 2018:1. I owe $5000 in taxes from my day job.2. I have a $7500 EV tax credit.3. I have a $500 loss in my rental property.4. I actively participate in my rental property. My question is:Can I carry over the $500 loss for my rental property... read more
itsdahoward ‎01-16-2019
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