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Can I redo my 2023 taxes since I did not mail my taxes to irs
julylah724 ‎Posted Tuesday | Latest post Tuesday by rjs
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I did a checking account and nothing was deposited it's already passed 21 days
rosiejanine ‎Posted Sunday | Latest post Sunday by mesquitebean
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In TurboTax software, is there a feature to attach an explanatory note for a specific content to Form 1040? For example, this year I received a fraudulent 1099-NEC from someone I did not work for, indicating an amount of up to $15,000. Because otherw... read more
TheWisdom ‎Posted a week ago | Latest post a week ago by Hal_Al
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You would think after what everyone went through during Covid-19 that these financial matters wouldn’t be a problem. That people who work for these tax companies would provide the best service and integrity to tax payers. I have expenses plus a new b... read more
Crystal A ‎Posted 2 weeks ago | Latest post Wednesday by xmasbaby0
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Want a bigger tax refund? With proper planning, tax withholding, or estimated tax payments you have greater control over the amount of tax refund you'll receive, or how much you will owe at tax time. Of course your income, deductions and tax credits ... read more
Employee Tax Expert KarenL ‎Posted 3 weeks ago
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Hopefully not too lame a question.Settlor died and the Trust owned the house before death. 1041 filing and Trust pays taxes. Probable no pass-through K-1 option. Basis is stepped up at DOD. 9 years after death, house sold but wasn't rented out during... read more
frank527 ‎Posted 3m ago
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I haven't been notified of any serious debts owed from the previous year or anything to explain this discrepancy of over 10k.
bananabread1301 ‎Posted 15m ago
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I moved to North Carolina in 2023 and have $22,000 in capital gain. On my federal return, I have capital loss carryover from 2022 for the amount of $13,000. My federal taxable capital gain is $7,000. Can I also apply the capital loss carryover to my ... read more
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