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How do I make a one time estimated payment to the IRS, for a large stock sale capital gain? Estimated payments seem geared to equal quarterly payments.
You can make an estimated tax payment to the IRS at any time. The IRS will gladly take your money whenever you are willing to send it.The four estimated payment schedule dates are deadlines by which you are required to pay a certain portion of your taxes or risk being liable for penalties. They are not the only times at which the IRS will accept payments. There is no penalty for paying your tax ahead of when it is due. The IRS will not blow a gasket if you make more than four estimated tax payments for a single tax year.You may make an estimated tax payment at any time by mailing a check or money order accompanied by Form 1040-ES (it doesn’t matter which of the four vouchers you use) to the address in the Form 1040-ES instructions, or by any of the other several methods mentioned in the Form 1040-ES instructions. Make sure you use the correct form for the appropriate tax year.Form 1040 ES, Estimated Tax for Individuals
I want to purchase a cash business the seller claims is making much more than he shows on the financial statements. Can I report this person to the IRS and obtain a finders fee?
Ok, so lets start out with the situation you are facing. The seller is inflating and puffing about his business intimating that he has all this “untaxed” cash income that somehow he skims off the business. I’ve had sellers tell me this stuff. I say, really? How much? How did you do it? I try to have someone with me at the same time as a witness. These sellers will claim all kinds of things, go on and on and walk themselves right into a big corner. I’ll ask them to revise the financials to show what really came in. Sometimes they have fallen for that, and put the numbers in, mostly they’re not that stupid.When they are all done inditing themselves, I tell them that this stuff is all interesting, but they probably shouldn’t be talking about this kind of thing, since the IRS has been known to impersonate buyers and get unwary sellers to make these kinds of claims and then prosecute them for tax fraud. And, what they have just done is tell me that they are committing a federal felony, income tax evasion. They’ve admitted it, and told me how they have done it, and the amounts involved.At this point, sellers shut up and become very worried. The next step is fun. So, Mr. Seller, since you have already admitted that you’ve committed fraud, how do I know that anything you have told me is true? If what you have told me is true, the business is tainted. I couldn’t possibly offer you anything near what you are asking, unless of course, we call the IRS and have them come out and verify that what you filed is true. The only way I could possibly purchase this business is at a discount for the underlying problems that may be here. Maybe an additional 20 -30% discount is in order.Usually these blunderbuss idiots are dumfounded at this new turn of events. They were trying to jack the price and it backfired.In some cases these guys get angry, in which case I remind them of the fact that they are the ones who have violated the law. Most of the time they back off and say that they were just speculating, it really wasn’t much, and that we should just use the tax returns for income purposes.I always get a form 4506 from any business seller. It lets me see that they weren’t lying.
How can I download my prior year tax form from TaxAct?
I would have hoped you made a copy prior to submitting it to the IRS for your records. However if you didn’t keep a copy, this is the information I found. It does NOT say you can download the information however.How to get a copy of your tax return from Taxact?Order by mail. The easy way to order your transcript by mail is to use the “GetTranscript by Mail” online option on IRS.gov. On the other hand, you can complete and mail Form 4506T-EZ to get your tax return transcript. Use Form 4506-T torequest your tax account transcript by mail.Feb 11, 2015Here is some additional information from TaxAct: File your taxes easy, fast and affordable.Hope this is helpful.
How can I sell my books on Amazon if I need an ITIN in order to start selling?
From Obtaining an ITIN from Abroad:Alien taxpayers who need an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number  (ITIN) may be able to secure one from outside the United States.The IRS has permanent staff available that is able to help process Forms W-7, IRS Application Number and Instructions (PDF) at the following U.S. embassies overseas: Beijing, Frankfurt,  London, and Paris. The addresses and phone numbers of these overseas  offices may be found at Contact My Local Office Internationally.  In addition, there are public accounting firms overseas in certain  countries which are Authorized Acceptance Agents for ITIN numbers. You  will find their names and addresses at the Acceptance Agent Program page.The IRS also accepts a Form W-7 by mail accompanied by ORIGINAL  documents or certified copy of the document from the issuing agency  establishes the identity and foreign status of the ITIN applicant.
How can I start a telecom company in India?
1.Its a huge process, prior to enter in a market u need to do lot of paper & licensing work that is at Ministry Level not at basis level. Now will keep this aside for sometime. Will talk about practical thing first.2. It require plenteous amount of investment to start telecom company, i really don't know about your credit worthiness. I'll give you small eg. of Local area sim activation process cost.Eg. Mumbai has 150 store where each stores has Vodafone sales executive. Now if they sale any sim card so they need to fill CAF form & with proper documents, executive has to send that documents to backhand team i.e. C-POS, where form get login. ( C-POS = here only forms get login in CRM system, still vast process is left for activation, from here it goes to Vodafone for further process) Now my point is Vodafone has 4 C-POS setups across Mumbai Zone wise for 150 sales people.Moral : Overall cost of this Setup is 20L (each 5L)So i just gave basic, lower level eg. to you, so that you will understand how much it require to make a Telecom company.3. In India, there is 2 sectore where if u will Invest now u will get return after 3-5yrs & they are Insurance & Telecom Sector. Just to survive in today's market you need to pump-in ample amount of investment.4. Now will come to your dream, if you really want to give low cost internet, so advice is start will small firm than it will grow automatically. Eg. Start with your local area. 1st take agency than after getting good experience & knowledge of that field take franchise & than put at another place than invest into your own & bla bla bla.I'm just giving overall view.4. My advice, before investing in any sector get a perfect & depth knowledge & experience of that particular sector.From all perspective, Market, Investment, Return, Future, Customer & etc.I hope this much information will help!
When filing by mail to the IRS, should I staple or paperclip my tax return?
For the Feds, they only mention staples or other attaching methods one time...Topic 301 When, How and Where to FileWhen you owe a balance - If you owe tax, you may pay via Direct Pay or enclose a check or money order with your paper return or if you filed electronically, with the 2014 Form 1040-V (PDF), Payment Voucher:Made payable to the United States TreasuryOn the front of your payment include your name, address, taxpayer identification number (SSN, ITIN, EIN), daytime phone number, the tax year and type of form you are filing (for example, 2014 Form 1040).Enclose your payment loosely with your return, do not staple or otherwise attach your payment or Form 1040-V to your return.Do not mail cash with your return.
When filing by mail to the IRS, can I fold the mailed tax forms?
When filing by mail to the IRS, can I fold the mailed tax forms?You bet cha! I remember when the form used to say “do not staple W-2’s to return. I use to empty my stapler on them. I am sure I am the reason that the IRS now rounds off penny’s to the nearest dollar. We would include a check for the dollars but I used to put coins in rather than round up or down. I always thought it would jam their machine.I am sure the statue of limitations have run on this, but what is the fun of really screwing with the IRS and not taking credit for it. Years and Years ago, we had just finished up a continuing education course for our State AICPA credits. Some of the guys I knew in college and we were not known for the most serious students at the time. After we finished, I guess we all had one to many to drink in celebration, so we headed back to my office where a client had given me a bottle of Glenfiddich which was approaching a thousand dollars a bottle. What we didn’t realize was just how strong it was and there was only five of us to polish off the entire bottle.Five of what I would say was the greatest gathering of genius around a table with the exception of Thomas Jefferson sitting down for breakfast by himself. We were looking at the best of the best Accountants that had ever been assembled. So, we decided we all, as a group, would produce the ultimate Tax Return for the IRS and include each and every form. Now this is no small matter as if you do a search of forms on IRS.com | Your Online Resource For Tax Information & Services you will see that it is a monumental task to say the least. So we had to dream up a client that would need just about every form.We had a street in Phoenix called “Van Buren”. It was full at the time of cheap Motels that you could rent by the night or the hour, didn’t matter which. It was frequented by “ladies of the night” and there was always a tricked out Cadillac with Rhinestone hub caps and Mink interior. The creative entrepreneur’s were affectionally called “Pimps” and we decided to fill one out for what we thought would never see the light of day. We had to have a believable name and we had read in the papers that the police were looking for Rufus Raftus Washington who had escaped while being interrogated for running a ring of Prostitution. We figured old Rufus had vanished into the night never to be seen or heard of again. A perfect candidate for a tax return. We were sure he would thank us if he ever found out we filed it for him.The more we drank of that Bottle of Scotch, the more this seemed like a good idea. Just call it a little pro bono work and we were helping old Rufus get closer to Social Security except we kept having problems. We seriously doubted old Rufus had a Social Security number so we simply put down “applied for”. We knew that we would have to have a valid address so we all piled into a car and headed down to Van Buren. We found one of the Motel’s that had been burned to the ground so we used that address. We were sure Collection was going to show up in person for the amount of Income we were going to show for Rufus’s Sporting Girls as they liked to be called. (We only talked to a couple of them to get information on some of the deductions we were about to take). We knew condoms would be by the truck load, penicillin shots by suit case full and drugs by the bale. All perfectly deductible in his line of work. We were a little unsure of the Mink Coats as he was wearing them, not his girls.By the Dawns early light, the return was completed. Our work of art. The problem was it became so large, we were unsure it would fit through the slot of the mail box. If there was ever one that was scheduled for an audit, this one was it. There is a program that is funneled by the Tax Payer Measurement Compliance (TPMC) that gives ranges for audits. If any of the so called “norms” are breached”, it is assigned a score for potential audit. We are sure beyond a reasonable doubt, that this tax return would have lit up the IRS computers more than a pin ball machine. The problem was that no one could take credit for it. If you read the small print, only those who charge a fee can sign the return as a paid preparer. We did this one for free. So let’s drop it off on the front desk of the IRS and run like hell. Maybe they will never remember any one of us who comes in later to represent a client for audit.So to answer your question, yes, you can fold the tax return, but whatever you do, don’t drink a bottle of really good scotch, prepare a funny tax return and then stay hidden for twenty years. I bet they are still looking for that poor schmuck. Even with all the credits we gave him, his taxable income was still over a million dollars. I have a funny feeling though that the return is hanging on the Director’s Wall. You might want to make an appointment and see if it is there. The Commissioner's SectionSo boys and girls, if you ever want to follow into a profession that pays hundred of thousands of dollars, you might want to consider going into old Rufus’s calling.  I am sure the fringe benefits would meet or exceed anything Apple, Microsoft or google could offer you.  Just a simple thought on this Thursday evening.
What is an 83(b) election?
It is a choice you make to assert your rights under section 83(b) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Section 83 deals with the transfer of property in exchange for performance of service and when you must recognize taxable income from that exchange.  When you are given assets that have certain restrictions you do not have to recognize the income until you have unrestricted rights to exercise your ownership of those assets.  Say you receive stock in a startup that is worth $10K, but you are restricted in your ability to sell that stock for 5 years.  That means you don't have taxable income until those restrictions expire.  So not paying tax for 5 years is a good thing, except during the next 5 years your company is going to go public and that $10K worth of stock is going to be worth $250K in 5 years.  By not paying tax on the ordinary income of $10K today you now have to pay tax on ordinary income of $250K, 5 years from now. Specifically subsection b of section 83, allows you to accelerate the recognition of income from receiving your stock.  You report the $10K of ordinary income today and pay the tax today, then any future appreciation in the value of the stock becomes a capital gain rather than ordinary income.  Capital gains are generally taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income.The actual section of the code reads:(b) Election to include in gross income in year of transfer(1) In generalAny person who performs services in connection with which property is transferred to any person may elect to include in his gross income for the taxable year in which such property is transferred, the excess of—(A) the fair market value of such property at the time of transfer (determined without regard to any restriction other than a restriction which by its terms will never lapse), over(B) the amount (if any) paid for such property.If such election is made, subsection (a) shall not apply with respect to the transfer of such property, and if such property is subsequently forfeited, no deduction shall be allowed in respect of such forfeiture.(2) ElectionAn election under paragraph (1) with respect to any transfer of property shall be made in such manner as the Secretary prescribes and shall be made not later than 30 days after the date of such transfer. Such election may not be revoked except with the consent of the Secretary.There is no form you just write (I suggest you print it out) on a piece of paper the following information:Your name, address, and taxpayer identification number. (social security number usually)A description of each property for which you are making the choice. (ie: options for 1000 shares of stock in XYZ, Inc.)The date or dates on which the property was transferred and the tax year for which you are making the choice.The nature of any restrictions on the property.The fair market value at the time of transfer (ignoring restrictions except those that will never lapse) of each property for which you are making the choice. (this is an important number, because it and the next one will determine how much tax you pay up front.  Your employer should be able to help with this number.)Any amount that you paid for the property.A statement that you have provided copies to the appropriate persons. (usually that is just your employer)  The statement must contain all of the information. You must sign the statement and indicate on it that you are making the choice under section 83(b) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Mail the statement to the IRS at the same address you mail your tax return and to your employer. (It never hurts to use certified mail with return receipt)  Keep a copy and attach it to your tax return for the year in which you make the election.There are potential downsides to an 83(b) election if the value of your stock or other asset drops rather than increases in value, then the election works against you and you will end up paying more total tax than if you had not made the election. Obviously you probably would not be willing to take restricted stock as compensation unless you think it will increase in value, but reality is not every startup becomes more valuable over time.
I am 17 years old. How am I suppose to request a Non-filing letter from the IRS online? This is really upsetting me.
First of all, try to stay calm. Deadlines and requirements are sometimes flexible. Call the fin aid office at the college and ask.I have never seen a financial aid form that requires a 17-year-old to prove he has not filed an IRS tax return.Why do you think you need a non-filing letter from the IRS? What college is asking for this and on what form?Usually, there is just a simple checkbox that says “Check here if you are a non-filing student”. If the college has doubts, they can ask you later. So they may reserve the right to ask for it later if they need proof.Regardless, most financial aid deadlines are not that firm.Your application for admission can be filed on time (that deadline for admission is often very firm) and then you can file the financial aid paperwork a few days later.That said, sometimes there is a priority deadline for fin aid. If you can’t make the deadline, then file all the forms that you do have, and contact the fin aid office for clarification on the missing items, and submit them later.Most colleges will not punish a student who made a good-faith effort.