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JackieB

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  1. Hi - My client was married and had a step-daughter. Now the couple is divorced. His step-daughter has still lived with him all year and he provides all of her support. Does he still get to use the "qualifying child". After the divorce, I wasn't sure if she still is considered "step-daughter". He does have full custody of this child.
  2. They are staying with me to finish up the tax year, then the new company is going to a different firm. The only thing they have stipulated in the agreement is that old owners will pay their share of taxes on their income/expenses and vice versa. I will be verifying with both parties about the election 1377(a)(2) and that they are all in agreement. Thanks for the articles. Very helpful.
  3. Okay, yes - so I have filed Form 8822-B to change the responsible party for the EIN. We will also be filing the 1120S with the election 1377(a)(2) to treat the corporation's tax year like it consisted of 2 separate tax years, the first of which ends on the date of the shareholder's termination. Thanks for everyone's help!
  4. Do you know where I would find that on the IRS website or anywhere else? I just want to verify.
  5. I've never waited before, just e-filed them both right away and haven't had any issues.
  6. I also thought that the EIN would remain in tact since they purchased the actually INC. Will it let me get a new EIN number with the same name, address, etc? Normally it would catch that and not allow for a new EIN since the IRS thinks they have one already?
  7. Hello - I have a corporation client who has sold the stock to new owners. I just want to make sure I am understanding the future tax filings correctly. My understanding is for the S-Corporation return, it can be done in two ways. 1. Do a short tax year for the original owners from 1/1/2021 - 8/5/2021 and another short tax year for 8/6/2021 - 12/31/2021 for the new owners. 2. Do one tax return showing the K1s prorated for the ownership change on 8/5/2021. Is that correct that it can be done either way? Follow-up: There was payrolls under the new ownership and old ownership. Do I file just one 941 showing both?
  8. That happens to me every once and a while - usually I just have to close ATX and reopen it and it will work.
  9. Hi - so I have figured out that yes, it would be all taxable in one year if it was 1250 ordinary income recapture. However, because we took straight line depreciation it is not ordinary income recapture and the 1250 gain even though the entire gain is from depreciation recapture, it will still be done on the installment method and take portions of the gain each year. So many rules to keep track of
  10. Hi! So I have a sale of a rental residential real estate property (Section 1250 Property). The entire gain is from depreciation recapture. It is done on an installment sale, however, according to Form 6252 instructions: Any ordinary income recapture under section 1245 or 1250 (including sections 179 and 291) is fully taxable in the year of sale even if no payments were received. ATX is putting the sale on Form 4797 and Form 6252. The gain from 4797 is not going anywhere on the 1040, and it is wanting me to put the payments received on the 6252, but wouldn't it not go there since it would all be taxable the year of sale? What am I missing?
  11. I will try Ebay thanks so much
  12. They are only allowing me to order 2019 and forward. I am wondering if it would be a big deal to just print them online in the color red and file them that way. Any thoughts?
  13. Any ideas where I can buy some 1099's for 2018? I have to do a corrected one but cannot find 2018 Forms anywhere.
  14. The person who prepared the LLC's tax return said they will not do that as it is not in the LLC's name. So I guess I am back to my original, can I use this on her personal return?
  15. Yes, It is a very odd situation. They swear that the tax preparer of the partnership return says they won't put it on the partnership return (They all pay the mortgage personally in proportion of percentage that they own the partnership). I'm going to maybe just have to get more information from them.
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