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hello Amanda Kendall with to resolve tax.professionals coming to you today to.walk you through how to fill out a form.for 33a this is a collection information.statement geared towards wage earners or.self-employed individuals this form is.going to be required to be used when.you're dealing with the IRS and you have.a revenue officer assigned to your.account sometimes if you owe a large.amount of money even if you're not.dealing with the revenue officer this.form may be a better form to fill you.out because it has a little bit more.information than the alternative which.is a 4-3-3 F so we're going to walk.through this form we're going to be.filling this form out today for James.and Amy Johnson now in this first.section here we're only putting in the.primary tax payers name which would be.the first one listed on your tax return.and in that case that is the husband for.this instance James Johnson I'm going to.enter his social security number and any.employer identification number whether.it belongs to the primary or the.secondary taxpayer here for a.self-employed individual if they have.one if you are self-employed you may not.have an employer identification number.if you don't do not worry about that.section now we're going to move into.section one which is our personal.information and we're going to start by.entering both taxpayers names on line.one a now we're going to be moving down.to section one B where we are going to.enter the taxpayers address you want to.make sure you are not only entering the.street address but also the city state.and zip code as well as the county that.you live in we're going to come over to.phone numbers and make sure that we are.entering at least one phone number for.the taxpayers that we're dealing with.here if you want to enter more you can.then we're going to come down to 2a and.you need to pick a box married or.unmarried this these taxpayers are.married now we're going to move over to.2b and we're going to input Anthony.Johnson who is James and Amy's 12-year.old son.dionan section 3a is going to be for the.primary taxpayer so you would re-enter.James's social security number here put.in his date of birth you can see that we.do this without any dashes just the.numbers you would put in your driver's.license number in state for purposes of.this form today I'm not going to be.filling that out which will put us down.on 3b entering.Amy Johnson's social security number and.date of birth and that brings us to.section two of this form section two is.employment information for wage earners.so in this case we've already mentioned.previously that James Johnson is.self-employed for purposes of this form.I would simply type that in so the IRS.agent reviewing this form knows they're.going to see information on mr..Johnson's income and business later on.in this form we're going to say Amy.Johnson works for ABC company again you.want to make sure you enter the address.here you want to enter the office.telephone number and whether or not your.employer allows contact at work how long.you have been with the employer what.your job title is 5g and 4G on here are.going to be number of withholding.allowances claimed on the w-4 if you're.not sure what your withholding.allowances are you can usually check.with your HR department and sometimes.it'll be visible on your pay stub so you.can check their purposes of this form.today Amy with holds three four three.allowances on there and we're going to.make this form simple and say that she.is paid monthly now we're moving into.section three which is other financial.information and you're going to walk.want to walk through and answer all of.these questions so the first one we're.going to say they are not involved in a.lawsuit we're going to answer that yes.they have filed bankruptcy and that was.back on May first in 2009 and it was.discharged on September.Teeth 2010 they're not going to know.their partition number and it was filed.in Denver County they have not lived.outside of the US they are not the.beneficiary 20 trust estate or life.insurance policies are also not the.trustee fiduciary or contributors they.do have a safety deposit box this is.going to be located at Wells Fargo Bank.you would enter your address in the box.numbers here if you have this we're.going to say the contents of this is our.certificates for the family and the.value of that is $0 in the past 10 years.they have not transferred any assets for.less than their full value that's going.to bring us down to page 2 and section 4.which is our personal asset information.line 12 is going to be our cash on hand.we're going to say that James and Amy.both carry 25 dollars in their wallet.for cash emergencies so they have $50.total they have a checking account at.Wells Fargo Bank you would want to make.sure you enter the city state zip the.address here over an account number you.can enter the full account number and.then the account balance you want the.date this account balance is as of so.we're going to say this is as of.September 15th 2016 and then in the.Wells Fargo Bank account they have eight.hundred and fifty dollars they also have.a checking account with Chase Bank this.is the other way you can enter account.numbers if you're not comfortable.putting your full account number on this.form in the chase bank account they have.eight hundred dollars and then they also.have a savings account at Chase Bank and.in the savings account they have a.hundred dollars we're going to add all.of this up you are only totaling lines.thirteen a through thirteen see in this.case that.giving them a thousand and fifty dollars.in their bank accounts now we're moving.down to the investment portion of this.form as you can see right here in this.section this is everything they would be.looking for to be filled out in this.form so we are going to say that amy has.a 401k statement and this is going to be.through Transamerica you would want to.fill in their address and their phone.number she's been with this company for.two years and she has a current value in.this account of three thousand dollars.she has not taken out a loan and.therefore she has equity of three.thousand dollars in this account that's.going to be the only thing that James.and Amy have so we're going to total.this section up with the three thousand.dollars equity that we have available.credit so this is going to include any.lines of credit or bank issued credit.cards for purposes of today James and.Amy are not going to have any credit.cards so here I would put and come down.here in the total available credit.section and type in a zero next we're at.section 16 a life insurance this is.whether or not you have any life.insurance policies with cash value if.you have a term life policy through your.employer usually no cash value through a.policy through an employer but term life.you're not going to list here it's only.going to be whole life policies that.have a cash value for purposes of today.we're going to say no now if you did.have one you would want to make sure you.filled in the name and address the.policy number the owner of the policy.the cash value the loan balance and.total it up here in 16g which for.purposes of this form today is going to.be a zero we're now moving down to page.three getting into real property so we.are going to state that James and Amy.Johnson owned their home it is a.single-family residence let's say they.bought that February 1st of 2014 it has.a current market value of three hundred.and ten thousand.they owe 302,000 on their loan they have.a monthly mortgage payment of one.thousand three hundred and twenty-five.dollars this is a 30-year mortgage so.their final payment is going to be March.of 2014 is going to be our fair market.value minus the loan states that right.there under equity so in this case they.have $8,000 equity this is going to be.their main home so we're going to enter.that address again again you want to.make sure you enter the street city.state and zip and the county and who the.lender is so we're going to say that.this is with chase mortgage you would.enter their address and contact.information if you own a second property.you would fill that in in 17b here and.in that event you would total the equity.from the to James and Amy Johnson only.owned the one property so they have a.total equity of $8,000 now we're moving.into section 18 which is in reference to.personal vehicles leased and purchased.so we're going to say that these.taxpayers owned a 2006 GMC Envoy that.has one hundred and twenty three.thousand miles on it you would put in.your license number here you would put.in your VIN number those two pieces of.information are not required however the.IRS may ask for them if you do not.provide them purchased December 21st or.22nd of 2006 it has a current fair.market value of forty two hundred.dollars it is paid for there is no loan.balance giving it an equity of 42.hundred dollars I'm really big at.putting not applicable in boxes where.I've filled in partially information or.in sections that you're leaving.completely blank so the IRS knows you.have not overlooked this form the second.vehicle they have is going to be a two.thousand.13 Chevy Impala with 46,000 miles in it.this vehicle was purchased April 10th of.2015 current fair market value on this.is $18,000 they are going 200 on this.15500 with a monthly payment of 435 and.their final payment on that is going to.be May 10th of 2020 leaving them with an.equity of $2,500 lender on this is going.to be a lie Bank you would fill in the.address and the phone number and then.you're going to come down here and total.up your equity in this case it is sixty.seven hundred dollars if you have.additional vehicles you would want to.put all this same information on a.separate piece of paper total up the.equity from 1818 B and any vehicles.listed on an attachment that would be.your number in 18 C and you would want.to include that separate piece of paper.with this now we are in the personal.asset information section 19 so if you.look here it's telling you what they're.looking for on this form this is going.to include furniture artwork jewelry.collections antiques anything else so in.this case we're going to put down all of.their furniture miscellaneous household.furniture they've bought this over time.so we're going to put varies for this.form I tell my clients if you were to.take every piece of furniture you have.in your house put it on your front yard.and have a yard sale what is the value.that you think you would get from it I'm.going to say that James and Amy Johnson.have about $3,000 yard sale value of.furniture in their home they are not.making payments on any of it giving them.an equity.of $3,000 now for these the IRS wants.the location of this information so.you're going to go ahead and enter the.location again street address city state.zip and county.there is no lenders they do not have.anything we're also going to state that.mrs. Johnson has some jewelry that she.has inherited from her mother so this is.going to be very very various dates as.well we're going to say the market value.of this it's not a lot of really fancy.stuff but we're going to say it's worth.about $800 all together she does not.have a payment on it this is also.located at their home so we're going to.plug in that information one more time.here and then we are going to total up.the equity they have in their personal.assets this brings us down to page four.and section five of our form which is.our monthly income and expenses so we're.going to fill in the sections here that.apply it to us so if you remember James.Johnson does not have wages because he.is self-employed Amy Johnson works and.let's say she makes $2,000 a month and.the net business income line 23 here.this is where we're going to put James.Johnson's income information and we are.going to say that he makes $5,000 a.month and that is going to be the only.income that they have so we're going to.total that up at $7,000 a month now you.can see here they have everything from.rental income distributions pension.social security child support alimony.and if you have income of another sort.you would list those on line 32 and 33.now the IRS on this section here total.living expenses you can see we have an.actual monthly and an IRS use only the.IRS use only for allowable expenses can.be found on the.IRS website at irs.gov in the search bar.you would type in national standards and.this will bring you to these expenses.and the amounts that we have going here.so we're going to say that for food.clothing and miscellaneous items that.these taxpayers say they are spending.$1,100 their housing and utilities if.you remember we will go back up to the.property here so we know they have a.mortgage payment of 1325 so then we have.to figure out you would want to add up.what your other utilities are this is.going to include electric water gas.cable cellphones everything along those.lines is going to go into this category.so we're going to say that they are.spending one thousand nine hundred and.fifty dollars on this category now we're.two vehicle ownership costs if you come.back up you'll remember here we had a.vehicle payment of four hundred and.thirty five dollars that is our.ownership cost it's going to be your.vehicle payments so we're going to enter.that here next section is going to be.your vehicle operating costs on line 38.that is going to be a total accumulation.of gas insurance maintenance oil changes.tires registrations anything that you.are spending for your vehicle that is.not the vehicle payment itself so we're.going to say that between the two of.their cars they are spending on average.$500 a month in this category since they.have vehicles they do not utilize public.transportation their health insurance is.costing them five hundred and fifty.dollars a month their out-of-pocket.health care costs they don't spend much.there so we're going to put in that.they're spending $100 a month that would.cover co-pays prescription costs.anything at all that the medical.insurance is not covering now we're.going to look at court-ordered payments.we're going to.say that these taxpayers do not have any.court-ordered payments in this column if.you are paying alimony child support a.judgment that has been court-ordered.anything like that that's what's going.to go into this category now because mr..and mrs. Johnson both work they do pay.for after-school care for their son.Anthony they pay a hundred and fifty.dollars a week so we're going to round.that off and say they are spending six.hundred dollars a month for their child.care life insurance you remember we had.that section they do not have any whole.life insurance but we're going to say.they do have term life insurance and.those policies run them $25 on James and.$20 on Amy so we're at $45 in expenses.that line 45 is our current year taxes.this is going to be a combination of not.only what would be withheld from Amy's.paycheck but also what James would be.responsible for paying in as estimated.tax payments in order to stay current.for the tax year so we're going to say.that between the two of them they are.paying in 805 dollars a month here James.and Amy do owe the state of Colorado for.back taxes as well and they're currently.making a payment of $300 a month to.Colorado and they do not have any other.expenses we have covered everything at.this point line 49 you would total up.all of these categories which in this.case is six thousand two hundred and.eighty-five dollars in expenses and then.we're going to be looking at what it is.that they have left over based on that.in this case it is seven hundred and.fifteen dollars that is leftover as a.net difference this is the amount.whatever is in this line right here is.what it is that the IRS is going to be.looking at a payment plan expecting that.you can afford to pay that this is page.four this would wrap it up if you were.not self-employed but again James is.self-employed so I want to show you a.couple more steps on this one thing I do.like to point out.right here on page four is a really nice.breakdown you have to remember that 52.weeks over 12 months is not a perfect.four weeks every month so if you're paid.weekly you cannot multiply your income.by four and expect to get the same.number that the IRS is going to use as a.calculation these right here that I have.highlighted are this calculations if.you're paid weekly bi-weekly or.semi-monthly how you would calculate.your income and your withholding and any.other deductions off your pay stub to.make sure that you're coming up with the.same calculations that the IRS is going.to use for you the bottom of page four.once this is all completed is where you.would have the taxpayer in the spouse.sign and date this form please keep in.mind that you are signing this form.under penalties of perjury so you want.to make sure that you everything on this.form is as correct as possible to your.ability of completing it now if you move.down to page 5 now we have section 6 and.7 must be completed only if you are.self-employed well we know James is.self-employed so we're going to look at.line 51 is the business a sole.proprietorship filing a Schedule C in.this case yes it is the business names.here is going to be James restorations.if you remember we put in his employer.identification number up top he owns a.home restoration business is not a.federal contractor have a website go.ahead and enter that he does not have.employees therefore he has no average.gross monthly payroll tax deposits here.the thing to remember is this is not.referring to your estimated tax deposits.this is referring to federal tax.deposits if you have employees on are.withholding question 60 or section 60.does the business engage in e-commerce.do you do internet sales in this case no.payment processor if you use PayPal.authorizing that Google Checkout.anything like that you would fill that.in here we're going to say that James.does not credit cards accepted by the.business.if you have a merchant account you would.put that information in here business.cash on hand.James constantly carries $100 of the.business cash on hand in case he needs.to buy any last-minute small supplies he.has a checking account with Chase Bank.you would enter again the address city.state and zip account number and we're.going to again put the date that the.balance is as of and then what the.balance in the bank account is it's.going to be his only bank account so we.are going to bring that balance down to.line 64 C for total cash and Bank our.next section is accounts notes.receivable so this is going to be any.major contracts you have that you.continue to work with we're going to say.that he works for All American floors.and doors you would enter their street.address so this is one of the companies.that he contracts for to go in and.restore floors status is going to be the.status of your accounts so we are going.to say that his accounts are aged as he.does not factor them and the due dates.vary based on work not going to put an.invoice number but we're going to say.that currently he has not owed any money.from them he has been paid everything.he's out at this point you have more.than one contract more than one account.receivable you would want to enter them.all here if you're not sure how to fill.out the section your bookkeeper or tax.professional should be able to help you.fill out this section route so if you.have questions there it's a good time to.take this to your tax professional and.get some help on that business assets so.again we're looking here tools books.machinery equipment inventory any other.assets so we're going to say oops.James has some hand tools that have been.purchased at various dates over the.years not worth much they're going to be.worth $2,000 with no loan balance no.monthly payment and these are located.again at his house that is where he runs.his business out of again don't forget.the county and we're all going to say.that James owns a floor sander that was.purchased January of 2015 this is.currently worth $800 but he again does.not have a loan on this one either.no lender and therefore we have a total.equity in the business assets of 2800.section 7 sole proprietorship.information if you are a sole proprietor.you should be keeping separate books for.your business from what you have.personally accounting method used for a.sole proprietor is typically cash and we.are going to say that this is from.January 1 to the end of August so we're.looking at an eight month period and.these are going to be average monthly.income and expenses so you want to make.sure you're not putting in the total for.the January to August period we have up.here but rather that you're putting in.total or average monthly expenses for.the period that we're looking at so.we're going to say that his average.gross receipts are $10,000 for the.business again that is per month now out.of that 10,000 in materials he is.spending about 2,500 2,500 here it does.not keep inventory he does not pay wages.or salaries you know it does have a.small storage unit that he rents in.order to keep his supplies in we're.going to say that that runs him $600 a.month.his supplies now if you look down here.you'll see the definition materials are.items directly related to the production.of a product or service supplies or.items used in the business that are.consumed or used up with a year this.could be the cost of books off supplies.professional equipment etc so for.supplies here we're going to include.some of the day-to-day supplies that he.would need in his job plus some of the.office supplies that he's going to need.and we are going to say that that runs.him $300 a month he has a cell phone.dedicated to his business that runs him.two hundred and fifty dollars a month.his vehicle gasoline and oil for the.trips he uses for business purpose are.going to run him five hundred and fifty.dollars a month repairs and maintenance.doesn't have any on a regular basis his.insurance runs him $400 a month not.paying any current taxes through the.business but we're going to say that he.has another expense that he took out a.small business loan when he started his.business and he has a monthly payment on.that of $400 a month that gives us total.expenses of $5,000 and a net business.income of $5,000 now you can see we have.this $5,000 online 89 here and if we.come back up to our page four that.matches our net business income of.$5,000 here this is how you would fill.out this form if you have any questions.on this form please feel free to call.our office you can reach us at seven two.zero three one nine eight nine five four.if you are local in the Denver area or.if you prefer to call toll-free you can.call us at 888 eight six zero nine zero.

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No, taxes are handled separately between state and federal governments in the United States.The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is a federal, not state agency. You will be required to fill out the the necessary tax documentation for your federal income annually and submit them to the IRS by April 15th of that year. You can receive extensions for this; but you have to apply for those extensions. As far as state taxes go, 41 states require you to fill out an income tax return annually. They can either mail you those forms or they be downloaded from online. They are also available for free at various locations around the state.Nine states have no tax on personal income, so there is no need to fill out a state tax return unless you are a business owner. Reference: www.irs.gov

How can I fill out an IRS form 8379?

Your question makes no sense. The form and instructions are a free download from the IRS website. See Forms and Pubs Index Search Are you really asking about Innocent Spouse Relief? The IRS says- “Don’t file Form 8379 if you are claiming innocent spouse relief. Instead, file Form 8857.”

How do I fill out the IIFT 2018 application form?

The IIFT application form process is in online mode only while to make the payment, candidates can opt for the online as well as offline mode. The end date to submit the IIFT application form has also been extended till September 15, 2017. Check the steps to register for IIFT Application Form 2018 .

How do I fill out the CAT 2018 application form?

There is a detailed instruction on how to fill up the form on the CAT website. Both written and a video format. The instructions are easy to follow. If you still find it difficult talk to a faculty if you are taking coaching in any institute or anyone known to you who has already filled the form.

Which IRS forms do US expats need to fill out?

You could ask the IRS, but if they give you wrong advice and you follow it, that won’t save you from getting fined (or possibly serving jail time). Otherwise, see Mike Breen’s post, which summarises the situation well. Of course, that’s the current filing burden; if they “simplify” the tax code, the burden will surely go up.

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