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Assuming no other transactions, you would be able to claim the entire loss on sale of the second lot of shares. The loss from the first lot is disallowed, but the disallowed loss is added to the basis of the second lot, doubling the loss on that sale from $1,000 to $2,000.
Inverse ETFs would not be considered substantially identical.
It applies to your first quarter estimate. If it’s large enough to cover that estimate, you don’t have to make a payment for that quarter.
Form 1041 is used to report information relevant to estate tax. Because your father was not wealthy, you don’t have to file it except in the unlikely case your father had a beneficiary who is a nonresident alien.
There is no restriction on the types of income that may be used for this purpose. However, once you have enough income to use up the AMT credit, long-term capital gain is no longer useful because it is taxed at the same rate under AMT as under the regular tax.
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The “Who Must File” section of the instructions serves two purposes: getting people to file the forms the IRS wants, and discouraging people from filing forms they don’t want to receive. There’s nothing to be gained by adding this form to your return.
You may receive Form 1099-S related to this sale. If so, you need to report the sale, showing the loss as nondeductible with code L on Form 8949.
Did you personally use this timeshare? No deduction is allowed for a loss on property bought for personal use. Unless this timeshare was bought exclusively as a rental, the loss is nondeductible.
Part-year state returns are complicated. One of my partners said he told clients they could move only on January 1.
The general rule is that earned income is taxed only in the state where it was earned. However, the a state may take into account your overall income, including income sourced in another state, in determining the tax rates that apply to the income being taxed by that state. NY will not tax your earned income from before the move, but that income may cause you to pay more tax on the retirement income you receive after the move.December 22, 2019 at 5:28 pm in reply to: Medicare IRMAA lowest bracket threshold amount for 2021? #5020
Looking at the Act, there is no clear indication that it can’t go down. The inflation adjustment is based on the amount by which the index exceeds the index for the year ending August 2018. If we were to have a year of negative inflation, the 2021 index figure could exceed the 2018 figure by a smaller amount than the 2020 figure. To the best of my knowledge, there is little if any expectation of negative inflation (or deflation), and the Federal Reserve would act vigorously to counter that possibility if it appeared likely, but as far as I can tell there is at least a remote chance the IRMAA figure could decline.
More simply, the reason not to do this is that you are acting contrary to IRS instructions. They tell you to file it with the return unless you aren’t required to file a return for that year, and if you aren’t required to file a return, they tell you to file at the same time and place you would file Form 1040, which means after the end of the year. It’s unwise to act contrary to IRS instructions without a strong reason for doing so.
This is a continuation of an example in which the stock value at the time of the grant is $10, and the plan allows a 15% discount on the purchase price. The law provides a peculiar rule here. It says that if you satisfy the holding period, your compensation income is determined based on the amount of discount you would have received as of the grant date, which in this case is $1.50. You’re required to report that much compensation income even though the actual discount received is only $1.20 because we look back to the discount you would have received as of the grant date.
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