Deborah L Kabak |1||9/2/2019 2:10 PM|
Is there a link to print an e-book for the day 2 class being held in Saratoga Springs, NY
|Christina L Parisi||9/5/2019 3:36 PM||No|
Virginia Vitale |1||1/22/2018 11:36 AM|
Client signed with a pro-team in FL. Received W-2 (Form with Box 1,2,3,4,5,6 filled in. Also Box 11 Nonqualified plans.)
Client left for spring training in FL. June 16. Spent rest of June, July, August, September and up until October 16 playing for the Miami Marlins. The intention of this client is to be a Florida Resident. The client did not change residence for driver's license or purchase property, the client was put up in long term hotel housing. After October 16th this client was not needed but still employed by the Florida minor league. Client decided to visit members of family here in New York for the rest of the year.
Requesting help with residence status.
|Edward L Arcara, CPA||9/1/2019 2:52 PM||No|
Christine Adorno, EA |1||2/6/2019 4:06 PM|
NYC tax preparers must now post additional signs including a "price list" stating minimum fee, fee schedule etc. I was wondering how you are all handling this. We have always quoted an estimate but we don't bill "per form" but rather a combination of forms and time. Would posting a minimum fee and an hourly rate meet the requirements?
I'm curious how everyone else feels about this.
|Artie Hasegawa, EA||4/9/2019 4:51 PM||No|
Tracy L Mathews, AFSP |1||2/6/2019 4:31 PM|
I am in NC and have a client in NYC. He is self-employed and goes to beauty and barber shops and sharpens scissors. For his service should be be charging sales tax?
He occasionally will sell clippers or scissors to his clients and when he does that he does charge sales tax.
Also for NY is that a monthly payment and report or quarterly? In NC it can be either way depending on the amount of tax that is being collected just like payroll taxes.
Thanks for any and all help! Feel free to call me if you would like 864.238.6154 is my cell
Tax Pros HQ
|George D Powers, EA||2/8/2019 4:29 PM||No|
Peter Alcarese, AFSP,CFP(R) |0||1/9/2019 9:11 AM|
I have a client that is selling his Allstate practice. He lives in Suffolk county. But, the practice is in NYC. If he has a capital gain from the sale of his practice, lets say $500k. Does he owe UBT tax on that sale.
|1/9/2019 9:11 AM||No|
Maureen Anguish, EA,ATP |1||7/26/2018 2:04 PM|
I am enrolled in the Summer Program at del Lago next week and am wondering when the link for the book is going to be released so I can print it out prior to class. When is this going to happen?
Maureen Anguish, EA
|Christina L Parisi||9/18/2018 3:48 PM||No|
Marion L Wu, AFSP |1||2/21/2018 8:47 AM|
What is the fastest way to get State to reinstate the corporation?
We are catching up on the corporation tax.
Any one use voluntary disclosure and compliance program.
|Thomas E Bridgman, EA||8/23/2018 11:47 AM||No|
Lisa M Rishell-Pelletier, EA |0||7/23/2018 12:51 PM|
Has anyone amended returns to claim the barn rehab credits? If so, is there a limit on how far back you can go. I have a client who was just approved by the NYS Parks, Rec and Historic Preservation in 2017 but the work was done in 2011, 2013, etc.
Lisa Pelletier EA
|7/23/2018 12:51 PM||No|
Mark Yakren, AFSP |1||2/7/2018 7:11 PM|
Anybody impacted by changes made to Online Service Accounts earlier this month?
|George D Powers, EA||4/8/2018 6:39 PM||No|
Marion L Wu, AFSP |0||2/21/2018 4:43 PM|
Any one use voluntary disclosure and compliance program? could you reinstate fast.
|2/21/2018 4:43 PM||No|
Dora L Torres, EA |4||1/14/2017 8:28 PM|
I received a notice from my software provider telling me that New York State will now require NY State issued driver's license information or NY State-issue id with all e-filed NY state returns.
Does anyone know or heard of this before.
|Larry Pratt, AFSP||2/21/2018 11:15 AM||No|
Ileana Duran, EA |2||2/13/2018 6:28 PM|
I have a client who received a distribution from NYS & Local Employees Retirement. She is 56 yo. is this amount taxable for NYS? the 1099R form states EXEMPT for State tax withholding.
|Larry Pratt, AFSP||2/21/2018 11:13 AM||No|
Angelo P Cellini, EA |4||12/17/2015 1:21 PM|
TAXPAYER GIFTS HIS PERSONAL RESIDENCE TO HIS CHILDREN AND RETAINS A LIFE ESTATE. TAXPAYER FILES A GIFT TAX RETURN. WHEN TAXPAYER PASSES AWAY, IS THE PERSONAL RESIDENCE (TITLED TO THE CHILDREN BEFORE THE TAXPAYER'S DEATH) PART OF HIS GROSS ESTATE FOR NYS SUROGATE COURT FEES? IF THE ANSWER IS YES, DOES THE ESTATE REPORT THE SALE OF THE PERSONAL RESIDENCE ON FORM 1041? IF THERE IS A LOSS FROM THE SALE IS IT A CAPITAL LOSS OR A PERSONAL NON-DEDUCTIBLE LOSS (THE RESIDENCE REMAINED VACANT DURING THE PERIOD OF ESTATE ADMINISTRATION)? IF THE ANSWER IS NO, DO THE CHILDREN REPORT THEIR SHARE OF THE SALE OF THE PERSONAL RESIDENCE ON THEIR 1040 AS A NON-DEDUCTIBLE PERSONAL LOSS? UNFORTUNATELY, I GET DIFFERENT ANSWERS TO THIS.
|Paula L. Miller, AFSP||10/29/2017 3:40 PM||No|
Kerry I Englander |3||11/17/2016 3:09 PM|
is 8 CPE credits given to an RTRP who is in the ASFP program
|George D Powers, EA||10/16/2017 8:38 PM||No|
Deborah J Dolan, AFSP |4||5/4/2017 7:55 AM|
NYS is attaching a request on notices my client's have received for 2016 Returns - did taxpayer use paid preparer; if so, supply name, business name, adddress and fee paid.
#1 - the return contains all requested information except fee
#2 - so why?
|Charles W Erb, EA||8/24/2017 2:09 PM||No|
Shai Tzach, EA |1||4/27/2017 12:13 PM|
Two of my clients got refunds from NY based on the stad deduction though they itemized on the Fed.
The state sent a letter saying if you want the difference show evidence of every item on SCH A.
They wanted document for real estate tax, mortgage int, EE deductions, and donations.
In a way the tax payer is treated as "guilty until proved innocent". Do you agree? Also one of the clients said he is not going to send the info. Like so many others, he does'nt want to deal with the tax dept.
I wonder if anyone knows if the state will treat this as a change of return and share the info with the IRS and later the IRS will send a similar reuqest for tax.
Thoughts? ideas? do share
|Deborah J Dolan, AFSP||5/4/2017 7:44 AM||No|
Janet K Slack, AFSP |0||3/3/2017 4:13 AM|
Here in WNY, lots of individuals bought shares in FNFG when it went public back in 2002. Now in 2016, Key Bank bought out First Niagara Bank (FNFG). Everyone who owned stock in FNFG was given $2.30 per share plus .68 shares of KEY stock. Then they got a 1099-B showing a sale of their shares of FNFG at $2.30 per share - holding period undertermined, basis not reported, and "non-covered security" is checked.
I need help wrapping my head around this and how it gets reported on Sch D. Is the $2.30 per share simply a short term capital gain with zero basis? And does their original cost basis in the FNFG stock transfer over and now become their cost basis in the KEY shares they now own?
Thanks, in advance, for your assistance with this! I hate these issues that "tax" my brain at the height of tax season!
Updated 3/4/17 - After reading the investor section on the KEY website, it says to treat the $2.30 per share as LT Cap Gain with zero basis....
|3/3/2017 4:13 AM||No|
Roman Bellusci, CPA |16||8/11/2016 8:06 PM||James Oliveri, AFSP||12/6/2016 4:30 PM||No|
Richard Rottkamp, EA |1||11/1/2016 10:05 AM|
As Chairman of the 2017 Education Committee I invite anyone that is able to invest the time and effort to join us as we start to work on the Seminars we plan to offer next year. If you are considering joining us or have any questions please contact me. Thank you for your interest in our Chapter.
Richard H. Rottkamp, EA
466 Ashland Avenue
Baldwin, NY 11510-2534
Fax (516) 377-7712
|Joseph M OHara, Sr, MST,CPA,EA,PFS||11/1/2016 5:32 PM||No|
Kathryn M Keane, EA |2||12/2/2015 9:45 AM|
The NY Chapter is considering hosting a Tax Office Bootcamp in 2016. The Bootcamp would cover practice management, client retention, marketing, team building for office staff and best practices for a successful tax practice.
The Bootcamp would be taught over two (2) days and would offer attendees a chance to learn and grow their business while networking with other tax professionals in their area. No CE would be offered.
Please take our NEW SURVEY to let us know!
|Joseph Behrman, EA||10/20/2016 11:27 AM||No|