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FAQ

How do you fill out a 1040EZ tax form?
The instructions are available here 1040EZ (2022)
How do you fill out line 5 on a 1040EZ tax form?
I suspect the question is related to knowing whether someone can claim you as a dependent, because otherwise line 5 itself is pretty clear.General answer: if you are under 19, or a full-time student under the age of 24, your parents can probably claim you as a dependent. If you are living with someone to whom you are not married and who is providing you with more than half of your support, that person can probably claim you as a dependent. If you are married and filing jointly, your spouse needs to answer the same questions.Note that whether those individuals actually do claim you as a dependent doesn't matter, the question is whether they can. It is not a choice.
How can I fill up my own 1040 tax forms?
The 1040 Instructions will prstep-by-step instructions on how to prepare the 1040. IRS Publication 17 is also an important resource to use while preparing your 1040 return. You can prepare it online through the IRS website or through a software program. You can also prepare it by hand and mail it in, or you can see a professional tax preparer to assist you with preparing and filing your return.
How do I understand the 1040 U.S. tax form in terms of an equation instead of a ton of boxes to fill in and instructions to read?
First the 1040 is an exercise in sets:Gross Income - A collection and summation of all your income types.Adjustments - A collection of deductions the tax law allow you to deduct before reaching AGI. (AGI is used as a threshold for another set of deductions).ExemptionsDeductions - A collection of allowed deductions.Taxes - A Collection of Different collected along with Income TaxesCredits - A collection of allowed reductions in tax owed.Net Tax Owed or Refundable - Hopefully Self Explanatory.Now the formulas:[math]Gross Income - Adjustments = Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)[/math][math]AGI - Exemptions - Deductions = Taxable Income[/math][math]Tax Function (Taxable Income ) = Income Tax[/math][math]Taxes - Credits = Net Tax Owed or Refundable[/math]Please Note each set of lines is meant as a means to make collecting and summing the subsidiary information easier.It would probably be much easier to figure out if everyone wanted to pay more taxes instead of less.
Which forms do I fill out for taxes in California? I have a DBA/sole proprietorship company with less than $1000 in profit. How many forms do I fill out? This is really overwhelming. Do I need to fill the Form 1040-ES? Did the deadline pass?
You need to file two tax returns- one Federal Tax Form and another California State income law.My answer to your questions are for Tax Year 2018The limitation date for tax year 15.04.2018Federal Tax return for Individual is Form 1040 . Since you are carrying on proprietorship business, you will need to fill the Schedule C in Form 1040Form 1040 -ES , as the name suggests is for paying estimated tax for the current year. This is not the actual tax return form. Please note that while Form 1040, which is the return form for individuals, relates to the previous year, the estimated tax form (Form 1040-EZ ) calculates taxes for the current year.As far as , the tax return under tax laws of Californa State is concerned, the Schedule CA (540) Form is to be used for filing state income tax return . You use your federal information (forms 1040) to fill out your 540 FormPrashanthttp://irstaxapp.com
Do I need a tax lawyer if I received a CP2022 letter for my state tax return, and will I need to fill out a 1040X for my federal as I used TaxAct during 2015?
Whether you need a tax attorney or not depends on the content of the CP2022 letter. Most of the time, the reason for the letter is for failure to report an income form on your return (W-2, 1099, etc.) or something similar, usually not something severe enough to pay an attorney. If you filed the return yourself online, you may want to contact a CPA firm or other tax prep firm that has Enrolled Agents (EAs) who are qualified and certified to practice and represent clients before the IRS in the event the letter ends up being severe enough that you’ll be audited by the IRS. However, most tax professionals in these types of firms will have seen these types of letters before, will be able to understand them and know what you need to do to respond. Depending on the company, they may or may not charge you for this advice, so I would call ahead to be sure.Generally, with a CP2022 letter the IRS generally does not want you to file a 1040X form to amend your return for that year.Here’s a link to help you with understanding the letter you received:Understanding Your CP2022 Notice
How do I determine the tax form to be filed -1040 or 1040NR?
Greeting !!!The Substantial Presence Test and Definition of Exempt IndividualTo meet the substantial presence test, you must be physically present in the U.S. during a period you do not hold an A, F, G, J, M or Q visa on at least:31 days during the current year, and183 days during the 3-year period that includes the current year and the previous two years, counting:all of the days you were present in the current year, and1/3 of the days you were present in the first preceding year, and1/6 of the days you were present in the second preceding year.Exempt IndividualsAn exempt individual is someone whose days in the United States are not counted toward the substantial presence test, not someone who is exempt from tax. If you are an exempt individual, you are a nonresident alien until you are no longer an exempt individual, or until you receive permanent residency status. You are generally in this category if you are:An individual temporarily present in the United States as a foreign government related individual (A or G visa holder).A teacher or trainee temporarily present in the United States under a J or Q visa, who substantially complies with the requirements of the visa.A student temporarily present in the United States under an F, J, M or Q visa, who substantially complies with the requirements of the visa.A professional athlete temporarily in the United States to compete in a charitable sports evenIf above Condition is satisfied then you are Resident and you need to file 1040 other wise 1040NR.non resident files a special tax form (Form 1040NR), pays tax only on U.S. source income, is subject to special rates, and might qualify for treaty exemptions. Conversely, if you are a resident for U.S. tax purposes, you are generally under the same rules and file the same forms as a U.S. citizen. That means you report your worldwide income rather than just U.S. source income.Be Peaceful !!!
If a foreign citizen lives in the US on a working visa for more than a year, then what is his status? What tax form will such a person fill out when filing for taxes at the end of the tax year? Is the 1040NR the form to fill out?
In most situations, a person who is physically present in the United States for at least 183 days out of any calendar year is a US resident for tax purposes and must file Form 1040 as a tax resident. There are exceptions to this general rule, but none of them apply to people who are present in the United States in H-1B (guest worker) status. Furthermore, H-1B workers are categorically resident aliens for tax purposes and must pay taxes on the income they earn while in H-1B status as a resident alien in every year in which they earn more than the personal exemption limit. This includes both the first year and last year, even if the first or last year contains less than 183 days of residence in the United States. The short years may result in a filing as a “dual-status” alien.An H-1B worker will therefore only file Form 1040NR as his or her primary tax return in the tax year in which he or she leaves the United States permanently, and all US-connected income during that year will be taxed as if the taxpayer was a US resident, under the dual-status rules. All other tax returns during that person’s residence in the United States will be on Form 1040. The first year’s return may be under dual-status rules, with a Form 1040NR attached as a “dual status statement” as per the procedure in Chapter 6 of Publication 519 (2022), U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens. A person who resides the entire year in the United States in H-1B status may not use Form 1040NR, and is required to pay US income tax on his or her worldwide income, excepting only that income which is subject to protection under a tax treaty.See Publication 519 (2022), U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens for more information. The use of a tax professional, especially in the first and last year of H-1B status, is highly recommended as completing a dual-status return correctly is exceedingly challenging.
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