The 1099-MISC may be for money you received to move out of your home which is taxable. If it was your main home the amount of debt cancelled is not taxable due to the tax rules for the year which is why they probably didn't send you the 1099-C
The price depends on what you need done.
The earned income credit is available only to those 25 - 65 and with certain income levels. If you only have a W-2 then you can use the 1040-EZ
If you claimed her then she shouldn't claim herself, sounds like that may be the issue.
You can get a federal extension via Form 4868 on the IRS website at www.irs.gov. Check with your state's online agency to file an extension for your state return.
Nothing is impossible but what I suggest is keeping track of all your business related expenses and if you use your vehicle track your miles so you can ensure you get all those expenses on your return next year.
It depends on your business. I usually suggest creating an S-Corporation
Yes you can make another installment agreement this year if you owe again.
You have to listen to all the options unfortunately until you get to the one that applies to you, it will probably take some time but you will eventually get someone to talk to.
Depending on where you are moving you may be subject to state and local taxes. If you're an employee of a company and paid via W-2 they should automatically take those taxes out for you.
If you owe and don't pay by April 15th you will be subject to a penalty unfortunately.
If you haven't received your refund as of yet I suggest you call the IRS to find out why. You can reach them at 800-829-1040.
Normally the cost of dry cleaning your clothes is not deductible nor is personal use of cell phone but there may be circumstances where they are allowed.
If you owe but are unable to pay then you can ask for an Installment Agreement via Form 9465. This will allow you to make monthly payments to get the amount owed paid off. You will have to pay interest on the balance you owe until it is paid in full.
E-filing is the fastest way to get your refund and rather safe. I've personally been e-filing my return and all my clients returns for years.
The Earned Income Credit is only available to people under a certain income level.
If you're above a certain income level there is no way around the AMT.
Car payments are not deductible but the interest on it may be if you're self-employed and reporting your income and expenses on Schedule C.