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FAQ

In 2021. I made $1,700. At the time, I was told that I did not need not to file taxes but the school I'm trying to enroll in says I do. Do I need to file my own taxes even though my mom claimed me as her dependent? If not how do I prove it?
A2A.I assume that when you say you made $1700 it was from a job. If that is the case, then the advice you were given was correct. As a dependent, you do not have to file a return when your earned income is less than the maximum standard deduction for a dependent.If your income was from something other than a job - for example, if your parents invested in a stock fund in your name that generated the $1700 (or if you bought and sold Bitcoin or something like thst) - then you were required to file a return. In 2021 the maximum you could have in unearned income without filing was $1050.Assuming that you earned the income from a job, for the purposes of college financial aid, a student who was not required to file enters the information from the W-2 or 1099 form received (since you earned $1700 you should have received one or the other) instead of the return information. If you are filling out the FAFSA form, the instructions for the form tell you what to do. The college should accept the W-2 in lieu of the tax return.
My parents don't want to fill out their part of the FAFSA. What should I do?
Your action depends on why they don't want to fill out their part.1. If they don't know how then you can do it for them, they will only need to sign it. There are good step by step instructions. You need their tax forms and W-2.2. If they don't want to report their income to schools, then try to explain that this is confidential information and it is the only way you can access free money for school.  Run the Net Price Calculator to see how much you would get. Without parent filling it out, you have to pay full price. Exception is if you can get merit aid based on your test scores and gpa.If they don't fill it out, you can probably still get your federal student loan of 5,500. See your financial aid office, they may require that your parent sign a form that they refuse to sign FAFSA.
Do 1099 workers have to pay estimated taxes?
Yes, you are supposed to pay estimated taxes if you expect to owe more than $1,000 in tax. This is a very rough eand shouldn’t be taken as fact, but $1K in tax roughly equates to $7,000 in net earnings over the course of a year (excluding any type of W-2 income from a normal job).Estimated taxes are due four times per year, payments are not exactly quarterly though. The IRS‡ website has the due dates of each payment. To file, you’ll need to fill out Form 1040-ES: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/.... The form has instructions on how to pay.Another useful resource is this freelancer tax calculator: Freelancer Income Tax Calculator 2016.
How do can I ask federal and california to take taxes out of the income I make on my 1099 MISC?
Generally, when you work for someone as an employee, that employee-employer relationship puts the burden on the employer to withhold and submit payroll taxes on your behalf.  The form they issue you at the end of year to file your taxes is called a W-2 Form.However, as an independent contractor, no such relationship, legal obligation or withholding/submission mechanism exists.  Instead of receiving a W-2, you'll receive a 1099.  To put in bluntly, you're on your own, buddy.  The equivalent tax submission mechanism comes in the form of you making estimated payments to the federal and state governments on a quarterly basis.  This might be a little tricky, if you have no tax background.Of course, the first and obvious question becomes, "How much do I pay?"The best way to do this is to look at your prior year's tax return.   If your net earnings (i.e. revenue minus business expenses) for last year were $100K and wound up paying $35K for federal and $10K for state, then your federal and state tax rates should be around 35% and 10%, respectively.  Tally up your earnings for each calendar quarter and apply those percentages appropriately.  That is your "estimated" tax liability for the quarter.  Now, make your payment."What happens if I guess wrong?"Not to panic.  You will inevitably guess wrong.  I'm an accountant and I'll guess wrong!  When you file your tax return from the year, you will essentially tabulate your federal and state tax liabilities for the year.  The four estimated payments will be deducted from that liability and you should either pay or owe an insignificant amount to "true up" your account."Where do I get the forms to make my estimated payment?"For federal, the form, along with the instructions are here.  The form is called 1040-ES.http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f... For the state of California, the form, the form is here.  The form is called 540-ES.https://www.ftb.ca.gov/forms/201... Full disclosure: With that said, I am not a tax professional.  You should seek the advice of one, to help guide you in filling out these forms and establishing your effective tax rates.  The advice above is worth what you paid for it. :)
When do I have to learn how to fill out a W-2 form?
Form W-2 is an obligatory form to be completed by every employer. Form W-2 doesn’t have to be filled out by the employee. It is given to inform the employee about the amount of his annual income and taxes withheld from it.You can find a lot of information here: http://bit.ly/2NjjlJi
How do I find my and my spouse's individual income on the tax return 1040 form? We filed jointly.
You do that directly from the main forms. Depending on the tax program used and the diligence of the preparer, you may be able to get the information from supporting statements. If both of you had accounts at the same bank and the preparer simply typed “Wells Fargo” and a dollar amount for each of your accounts, the statement may not help.What I describe in the first paragraph can be a lot of work. The easiest thing to do is to request a transcript from the IRS. All income reported to you is under your Social Security Number so you will see only your income. If there are sales of securities (stocks, bond, mutual funds, etc.) then you would need a copy of the 1099 from the broker which should give your cost basis information.
How do you fill out a W-2 form?
In general, the W-2 form is divided into two parts each with numerous fields to be completed carefully by an employer. The section on the left contains both the employer's and employee`s names and contact information as well social security number and identification number.You can find a lot of information here: http://bit.ly/2NjjlJi
How should I fill out my w-2 or w-4 form?
To calculate how much you should withhold you need to calculate two things.  Step 1 - Eyour TaxFirst go to Intuit's TaxCaster (Link - TurboTax® TaxCaster, Free Tax Calculator, Free Tax Refund Estimator) and put in your family's information and income (ewhat you'll make in 2021 before taxes and put zero for federal and state taxes withheld, don't worry that the TaxCaster is for 2021. you're just trying to get a general number).  Once you enter in your correct information it will tell you what you would owe to the federal government.Step 2 - Eyour Tax Withholding Based on Allowances ClaimedSecond go to Paycheck City (Link - Salary Paycheck Calculator | Payroll Calculator | Paycheck City) select the correct state, enter in your pay information.  Select married filing jointly then try putting in 3 or 4 for withholdings.  Once you calculate it will tell you how much taxes are being withheld.  Set the pay frequency to annual instead of bi-monthly or bi-weekly since you need a total number for the year.  Try changing the Federal withholding allowance until you have enough Federal taxes withheld to cover the amount calculated in the TaxCaster.  The Federal withholding allowance number that covers all taxes owed should be the number claimed on your W-4.Don't worry too much about your state.  If you claim the same as Federal what will usually happen is you might get a small refund for Federal and owe a small amount for State.  I usually end up getting a Federal refund for ~$100 and owing state for just over $100.  In the end I net owing state $20-40.Remember, the more details you can put into the TaxCaster and Paycheck City the more accurate your tax ewill be. 
How do you complete a W2 form and how does it work?
Are you sure that you want to complete a W2 form? W2 is filled by employers.If you meant W-4, then I have an entire post here: What to know before filling Form W-4? - One More Dime An excellent starting point to update the W-4 is to look at your tax return for last year. Did you get a refund or did you owe money to the IRS? If you received a refund, then it means your employer was withholding too much throughout the year because your W-4 information was not accurate.When too much is withheld from your paycheck, it is like giving IRS an interest-free loan. IRS is not going to pay you any interest on your excess withholding, it will simply return your excess.