A: Depending on the nature of the tax liability and when assessed, it is possible the ten year
statute of limitation has run on collection rights. You would need to have the timing reviewed
to confirm if the right to collect has expired.
If the statute is still open, the only certain way in a community property state is to file as
"married filing separate". A pre-nup clearly addressing the debt would also be required.
However, there are other considerations to be aware of...such as whether the addition of
her income into the household changes your apparent "currently non-collectible" status.
Speaking with your tax advisor is highly advisable (enrolled agent or CPA).
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A: Depends. More information is required. As a very generalized response...If the manager is domiciled in CA
and is conducting the business of the LLC then the LLC would be required to register, file returns
and be subject to the fees.
It is highly recommended you contact a CA tax attorney to have your specific situation evaluated.
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A: Your payment would serve as a quasi form of confirmation. Check your bank
account for the withdrawal. It would have occurred within 24 hours unless you
specified a later date.
If you e-filed, you can also obtain an electronic postmark from your software
or tax professional.
You may alternately contact the IRS and request your account transcript for
the relevant tax year. This transcript will evidence the return receipt and summary of
tax return information.
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relied upon as individual advice nor shall it create an attorney client relationship.