If you're filing as a self-employed person on Schedule C then you can assign your vehicle that way. Make sure you keep receipts as proof and a mileage log.
It sounds like it would only relate to the 2012 tax year
If you only have SSI then you shouldn't have to file a return
Yes I would file a return and show the expenses against that income since you had out of pocket costs related to that.
You may want to file the Injured Spouse Form for the 2012 tax year
You may want to file an amended return then to correct any issues on the original return and speed up the refund. An amended return usually takes about 90 days to process but it may fix the problems.
Luisa you may be responsible for those taxes if it was a joint return.
Was your SSN compromised for the 2012 tax year? That may be an issue and of course it would delay the refund why they investigate the case.
Hmm I would have to actually see it to know if it's actually being reported or not. Sounds like it may be informational but I'm not completely sure.
What tax form did you get for that? Settlements are usually not taxable but if you previously claimed a loss for this it may be taxable now, all depends. I suggest contacting a tax professional to get this reviewed and handled properly.
Yes you can only check current year refunds on the website, you'll have to call and go through the prompts to speak to someone at the IRS. 800-829-1040
you can check the status of your refund online at www.irs.gov and click on where's my refund or you may have to call the IRS and go through the prompts to get a live person.
If it was your main home you should file Form 982 to show that the amount of the 1099-C is not taxable.
Roth IRA contributions are not deductible on your return.
You can do a search online for one near you. I know it's hard to make a change after you have had someone for that long.
Scholarships are not taxable so you don't need to report them but you also will not be entitled to the education credit if all the tuition is covered by scholarships.
Normally we are required to pay in the same as last year tax in order to be penalty free, if you expect a huge drop in income then you should include that in your calculation for the estimates to see the amount you need to pay this year.
Fred I suggest you file an extension for your personal return while you look for a new CPA to get your returns done for 2013. You can get Form 4868 on the IRS website at www.irs.gov.
So then you would have to pay tax on the difference.
If you haven't filed in 5 years I suggest you gather your documents and find a local CPA to help you get caught up. If you're due a refund you will only get it for the past 3 years, anything prior you will have lost :-(
The main number is 800-829-1040, you will have to follow the prompts to get to a live person.