Example 2: J and K are fifing separate tax returns
30 news conference that he and Hayes file separate tax returns
, but on state disclosure forms the governor has indicated that Hayes is a member of his household, raising the possibility of tax law violations from which Kitzhaber derived a financial benefit.
Separate tax returns
for income, properties and finances make it easy to disguise the size of an individual's wealth in Turkey, where tax evasion is widespread.
Because shareholders A and B filed separate tax returns
and the fraudulent amounts reflected on shareholder A's return did not arise from his actions, the OCC advised that the general three-year assessment period applied to his return.
election of officers, annual board meetings, filing of separate tax returns
But if you're married and file separate tax returns
, you are not eligible to convert a traditional IRA to a Roth.
If the requirements for separate liability relief are met, the requesting spouse can elect to have the erroneous items allocated between the spouses as if they had filed separate tax returns
In the past we've been reluctant to endorse any Internet taxation plans because the still-young industry needed to grow before being burdened with the high cost of such a task as filing as many as 45 separate tax returns
The prior tax schedule was retained for married taxpayers filing separate tax returns
Investors usually choose to pay the lower withholding tax and avert filing separate tax returns
, and an abolition of the tax was feared to have a negative effect on the stock market.
As investors usually opt to pay the lower withholding tax and avert filing separate tax returns
, many commission members consider that the abolition of the withholding tax would further hurt the already reeling stock market by keeping small investors away.
In addition, the business names on information returns are not always identical to the names on corresponding tax returns and, indeed, numerous information returns would be generated in respect of income paid to subsidiaries that do not file separate tax returns
(but, rather, whose income is included in a consolidated return).