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Hawaii group

Tim has set up a Hawaii sub-group. We can add information about Hawaii including links to other sites. Please take a look at my user page and then add yourself to the group if you are interested. Please also let Tim know what you think about the idea. 17:58, 20 April 2006 (CDT)~~Natalie

Scholarship

According to the 1040 Express Answers put out by CCH, Expenses qualify in the tax year paid. Payments must be for an academic period (such as a quarter, semester or trimester) that begins either in the same tax year or in the first three months of the following year.

1041 RETURN

THANKS FOR THE REFERENCE TO THE INCOME TAXATION OF TRUSTS & ESTATES. IT IS A WEALTH OF INFORMATION FOR UNDERSTANDING THE TRUST/ESTATE RETURN.DCTAX1 20:54, 30 March 2007 (CST)DCTAX01

691(c) deduction

Hi Bengoshi,

I saw your answer on this topic on another question.

My client is receiving her mother's IRA distribution and a portion does qualify for this deduction.

It's directly deductible on the line with pensions and IRA distributions, right? But I'm trying to figure out how to show it so that the IRS can see that the full amount was received. I don't want to trigger letters, etc. just because their amount doesn't tie into the 1099 R

It's not a Sch A deduction like excess deduction on termination, is it?

Thanks so much, Judy

email jmolliconi@gmail.com or jmolliconi thru the tax almanac

Jmolliconi 15:45, 12 April 2007 (CDT)

My 230 Question

Bengoshi: On my 230 question of today, if you have a chance, take a look at it. I wonder what happens if the practitioner did comply w/ Sec. 10.21 of Circ. 230, and did notify the client in writing (or even orally) as required by 10.21, THEN that communication would? be covered by the attorney-client privilege, and only the client can waive the privilege... so how does the atty. defend himself if the client refuses to waive the privilege? How does the atty. prove to the IRS that he complied with Sec. 10.21 of Circ. 230? CrowJD 00:48, 19 November 2007 (CST)

Hawaii Contractors License Question

Hi Bengoshi,

I see you are a Hawaii CPA. I was wondering if you could assist me with the following question

Discussion:Hawaii_Contractors_License_Application_--_CPA_Opinion_Required

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