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[Event] Ask the Experts: All About the W-4
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Join us on Wednesday, May 29th any time between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Pacific Time for our latest installment of our Ask the Experts event series. For those of you wanting to get a head start on next year's taxes we'll be answering questions all about ... read more
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yowell61-gmail-c ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 12 hours ago by sl244977
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I am a SC resident employed 100% remote for a VT company. What do I do about state W4 withholdings? My employer only collects VT W4 paperwork.
CheriSCMT ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post Saturday by TomD8
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Hello! Last year, 2023, I started a second W2 job in August. I kept my first W2 job. I claim 0 on both so I have the max taken out. But I still owed 3K in federal taxes, for the first time ever. I have no other unusual tax situations (don't own prope... read more
158493 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 2 weeks ago by VolvoGirl
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Hi I would like to know the best way to claim one or zero to get more money back per check. I make 20k a year, and my husband makes 120k a year. We don’t share any of it. We do files taxes together every year, but yes I don’t see any of that money ei... read more
typhanie7 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by VolvoGirl
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Hello, I will have 4 jobs to report for taxes this year. One job between Jan-March and 3 new, part-time jobs that started in March. I may transition back down to 2 part-time jobs in the fall. I am having a hard time understanding how to update my W-4... read more
Rbowman3 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by MirthaG
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How to corporations that hold stock in a brokerage account pay taxes on those dividends and sale transactions (capital gain/loss)
EMoney88 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by ktran9
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I originally completed my 2023 taxes and used the standard deduction of $27,700 but noticed by VA state standard deduction was only $16,000 which caused me owing versus getting a refund like I did in 2022. I went back and filed an amended 2023 return... read more
rosengac ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by rosengac
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I missed the April estimated taxes due date. If I pay more than the required estimated taxes in May, can I avoid getting a penalty?
stantonporsche ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by FranklinF
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Hello, for the last two years we have owed over $5,000 in federal taxes. How should we adjust our W4's so we don't owe so much?I make $150,000/year. My W4 is married, filing jointly and claiming 2 dependents. I do not have the box 2 (c) on W4 checked... read more
ELM22 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by ELM22
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My husband reimbursed my 2023 $429 Federal tax refund. I am still owed $150 for tax refund. Where do I get garnishment details?
curvepoint ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by KimberW
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I moved to CT two years ago, but work out of NY. Ever since I moved out of NY I have been paying around $3500 in CT state taxes, which is a lot for me. I am a single filer with zero exemptions. Should I change my exemptions so I can have more deducte... read more
larisakupris ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by KimberW
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My husband opened an LLC this year. Do you have any recommendations to ensure that we file our taxes correctly? We currently file married jointly and we both work.
juanagug7 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by Terri Lynn
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We file married jointly and husband has higher income between the two. This year we owed on fed taxes (first time I can remember), but made no changes to W4 since starting our relative jobs. There was a slight increase in income for both of us, but n... read more
AP916 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by SusanR2
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So I've always had at least 2 or plus jobs multiple jobs And and therefore multiple w two's when it came to tax time, But for some reason I had to owe in When I did my 2022 taxes. I did some research and noticed that on my paste ups from all of my jo... read more
Tiffanyh87 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by KarenL
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