When someone dies, their heirs and other interested parties have to piece together the information needed to probate the estate. There are a number of documents and information to locate, including information about: The original documents, including wills and trusts, birth certificate and Social Security card (for the decedent and children), marriage licenses and divorce decrees,…Continue…Continue readingInformation to Locate for Probate
The IRS collection notices and other tax notices on this page are commonly sent to business filers that use forms 941, 1065, and 1120 to file their federal tax return. Here is a listing of the most common IRS forms for businesses. CP 101 – Math Error, Balance Due on Form 940 The IRS sends CP 101…Continue…Continue readingList of Common IRS Notices for Businesses
Q: Is an S-Corporation required to pay quarterly estimated tax? Rarely does an S corporation make estimated tax payments. An S Corporation must make installment payments of estimated tax if the total of these taxes is $600 or more: The tax on built-in gains, The excess net passive income tax, and The investment recapture tax. Q:…Continue…Continue readingAnswers for Common Small Business Tax Questions
There are times when a minor or child needs to open a checking or savings account. This begs the question, can a child legally open a bank account? Texas law addresses this. Minority Laws in Texas Generally In Texas, an individual is a minor if they are younger than 18 years of age. The law…Continue…Continue readingCan a Minor Child Open a Bank Account in Texas?
The IRS collection notices and other tax notices on this page are commonly sent to individual filers using forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ to file their federal tax return. These are the most common IRS notices sent to individual taxpayers. CP 09 – Earned Income Credit You May Be Entitled To From IRS The IRS sends CP…Continue…Continue readingList of Common IRS Notices for Individual Taxpayers
The Haga v. Thomas, No. 01–12–00218–CV (Tex. App.–Houston (1st Dist.) 2013) case provides an example of why wills need to be updated after divorce. While Texas law provides a remedy for when a will names a former spouse as executor and beneficiary, as demonstrated in the court case, the remedy does not always apply. Facts and…Continue…Continue readingExample of Why a Will Needs to be Updated After Divorce
Texas wills are frequently challenged in court. This often happens when one or more heirs feels that there was some wrongdoing or error that caused them to receive less than their fair share. There are a number of grounds for challenging a will in Texas. Here are the top 8 grounds for challenging a Texas…Continue…Continue readingTop 8 Grounds for Contesting a Will in Texas