Brian Grey, EA |0||3/13/2017 1:38 PM|
I am a former NJ resident now living in Georgia. I am preparing a tax return for a New Jersey resident who itemized deductions last year and has to report his NJ refund as income. The client lost his 1099-G government payments. My software wants the NJ division of taxation's EIN for the return to be e-filed. Can anyone send me their EIN? Thanks. Brian Grey
|3/13/2017 1:38 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |2||9/30/2013 8:26 AM|
Please use this discussion board for discussions specifically relating to the Chapter, state or local tax discussions.
For general discussion items relating to business management, federal tax or education, please use the discussion board located under Member Center>Community.
|Dan Barra||12/15/2016 9:50 AM||No|
Marc Standig, EA,CFP(R),CMA |2||8/23/2016 9:35 PM|
Are you planning to attend the New Jersey Chapter's Federal Tax Day and Annual Meeting on September 29?
|Thomas W Watkins, EA||9/23/2016 10:49 AM||No|
Nicholas R Karp, MBA,EA,CFE,USTCP |0||4/5/2016 6:26 PM|
I'm an EA and CPA Candidate. Looking for a practice with billings of $250,000 - $400,000 averaging at least $500/return. Cash in hand; interested in outright purchase or partnership stake. Contact email@example.com in confidence.
|4/5/2016 6:26 PM||No|
Charles W Starr, EA |0||2/29/2016 8:26 AM|
Regarding NJ W-2 income, I read somewhere that deferred compensation, "other than 401k" is taxable. Is that true that 401k deferred compensation is not currently taxable?
|2/29/2016 8:26 AM||No|
Garry M Keel |0||2/2/2016 6:24 PM|
Is the contribution shown a a state workers W-2 with a code of 414H an adjustment to income on Federal tax purposes as a 501c 18 adjustment.
|2/2/2016 6:24 PM||No|
Duane K Ralston, EA |3||3/5/2015 9:18 AM|
A NJ resident employed by Chase Bank in Jersey City has some strange deductions that are listed in Box 20 of the W-2 along with total amount in Box 19 and no wages listed in Box 18.
In the more detailed section of W-2, the codes are NJ Unempl EE for $120, NJ WDPF FOR $8, NJ SWAF FOR $6, and NJ FLI/EE for $14.
Does this relate to a City Income Tax? Is a City Tax Return required? Is it required to do anything on any return for these?
|Marc Standig, EA,CFP(R),CMA||11/29/2015 11:36 AM||No|
April M Bittle Kurzke, AFSP |0||8/7/2015 8:41 AM|
Hello New Jersey NATP Instructors and Members
I am April Bittle-Kurzke, 2015 Virginia Chapter President
We are looking for someone to teach a class on Affordable Care Act for the Practitioner at our annual conference:
Date: November 5, 2015
Time: 10:20 AM to Noon
Place: Doubletree Hotel by Hilton 50 Kingsmill Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23185
Our chapter will pay for one night stay at the hotel.
Please call me if you are interested. Williamsburg is a nice place to visit!
Cell: 908 295-9730
|8/7/2015 8:41 AM||No|
Dan Barra |0||2/7/2015 8:25 AM|
AS OF TODAY NJ HAS NO INFO ABOUT DIRECT DEPOSIT REFUND THAT WAT ACCEPTED BY THEM ON 02/21.
I USE INTUIT PRO SERIES, AND TECH SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGES ACCEPTENCE ON 02/21.
ARE YOU EXPERIENECING THE SAME?
|2/7/2015 8:25 AM||No|
Richard Jay Bellows, AFSP |0||1/20/2015 3:32 PM|
Has anyone heard when the 2014 forms will be included on the NJ Taxation website? Specifically the NJ-1065.
|1/20/2015 3:32 PM||No|
Deborah Mininger Lahneman, ATP |2||12/4/2014 12:44 PM|
I have a client who sold an inherited property in NJ. She is a PA resident. They withheld $3311 at settlement. Can she get that refunded to her?
|Deborah Mininger Lahneman, ATP||12/8/2014 9:40 AM||No|
Michael Leeper |0||10/14/2014 4:42 PM|
I recently moved to Wildwood, New Jersey, from Virginia and I believe my New Jersey membership is automatic.
Is there any way of finding out other members that are from the Cape May County area?
|10/14/2014 4:42 PM||No|
Roselu P Llanos, AFSP |0||9/12/2014 9:19 PM|
My client is a Head of Household with 3 dependents, 2 children, 11 and 9 y.o. (US Citizens) and a mother,68 y. o. ( a green card holder). As per client, she cannot get her mother medicare health insurance due to the fact that she is not a US Citizen so she decided to go online market and look for a health insurance coverage but she found it very expensive.She is currently earning $98000.00/year as a Registered Nurse.
What is the best advise that I could give to my client? Will she be penalized for not getting her mother health insurance coverage this year? and if penalized, how do we compute for the penalty?
|9/12/2014 9:19 PM||No|
Robert Bauer, EA |1||3/10/2014 3:50 PM|
I have two clients (husband and wife) who both live in NJ and work in New York City. The NJ Dept of Revenue recently requested copies of their paper W2s and disallowed deduction from taxable wages for Dependent Care Benefits, Health and Dental Insurance, Transportation Benefits and an HSA. Generally employers will calculate the gross NJ wages on the W2 but since these employers are in NY there were no entries on the W2 for NJ thus we reported the Federal wages as wages for NJ. I Know NJ is a gross income tax but could not find anything specific as far as what deductions might be allowed. Are all of these voluntary contributions items that must be added back to taxable wages in NJ. Are there any arguments we can use regarding any of them? Whatever advise you can offer would be appreciated.
|Jaimee Hammer, EA||6/4/2014 1:42 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |0||12/6/2013 10:33 AM|
With tax season fast approaching, remember your Chapter discussion board can be a great resource for state and local tax issues as well as utilizing the state tax volunteers.
Megan Sonicksen, NATP Tax Communications
|12/6/2013 10:33 AM||No|