we don’t not report tip, more tips were taken then I made can they do this you are cheating the IRS and your boss if you do not declare all your tips the employer has to pay you at least min wage including tips what do you mean "more tips were taken than you made"…

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I work as a bagger at a commisary at a military base. My income is purely tips. I do not have an hourly wage. Do i have to report anything? I was told by the head guy that i dont and that i am my own vendor. I live in FL. Is the commissary going…

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That would make since if I was a waitor but I’m a nurse It means you worked as a waiter and made enough in tips that your paycheck couldn’t cover all of the tax–so you get to pay it when you file.

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When people tip in cash I get to take it under the table but when people tip on CC or check it shows up on my paycheck and is taxed. Is this legal in California? It doesn’t seem right. No, you are wrong, when they tip you in cash you must still report it. When…

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I have a complicated explanation of my interest allocation on the home mortgage interest worksheet (I have four of them). Will the IRS be able to read my explanation? One 1098 is split between schedule A (home) and schedule E (investment property). Another is my 2nd home which is partly rental and partly home. I…

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i am into consultation business in india.i have filed my ITR for 7 years continuosly. but since last 3 years i could not file my ITR.i want to make huge creditibility with banks quickly. now i am ready to file my pending ITR’S also.please give me some practical tips. Under section 139(4) of the Income…

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WASHINGTON — On December 9, 2011 the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) issued the guidelines for 2012 including the optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. These guidelines will begin on January 1, 2012. This means that the old guidelines used in…

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I do not have 10, but I do have a few. 1. Do not forget the telephone excise tax refund. This is worth between $30-$60. 2. If you have qualified stock dividends, take the extra time to use the qualified dividend tax work sheet. 3. Read the directions for everyline carefully. Also be careful about…

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