FAQ Overview


Business Taxes Documents Needed

Please find attachments

1. Company information. Last year tax return copy.


2. Total income, should match bank deposits.

3. Ending cash balance, from december bank statements.

4.Expenses. Please see attached files.https://faq.omsai.com/index.php?action=faq&id=1&lang=en

5. Payrolls expenses. Please give copies of w2/w3, 940, yearly payroll register, tax liability reports etc.

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Last update: 2023-01-13 01:29

W7 Itin number wife, dependents etc

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Last update: 2022-12-03 00:41

Personal taxes checklist

Please see the attached file.


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Last update: 2022-12-03 00:52

W7 Itin number wife, dependents etc

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Last update: 2022-12-03 00:54

To 1099 issue data needed

Your company information

Contractors/Vendors Information.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:02

To 1099 issue data needed

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Last update: 2022-12-30 04:01

How do I download my files.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:26

Good time tracking tools

Time tracking tools good one



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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:27

Dependents tax filings

My son is 17year old and he got a w2 for last year(2020). Does he need to file separate tax return for himself? or can he file with us?
His W2 is for $3,200

  1. You can still claim him as dependent and he can still file his taxes. The child has to make sure to check the box,Someone can claim You as dependent.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 01:29

What documents I need to generate Basic Financials.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:34

IRS office and phone numbers

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:35

Rental real estate documents needed.

If new property please bring HUD settlement statement. Please add any other ordinary/necessary expenses not included here.please fill the attached excel sheet

and upload also please.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 01:36

company yearly compliance

A few things are below, please check with your tax preparer for your checklist.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:37

capital gains


Almost everything you own and use for personal or investment purposes is a capital asset. Examples include a home, personal-use items like household furnishings, and stocks or bonds held as investments. When you sell a capital asset, the difference between the adjusted basis in the asset and the amount you realized from the sale is a capital gain or a capital loss. Generally, an asset's basis is its cost to the owner, but if you received the asset as a gift or inheritance, refer to Topic No. 703 for information about your basis. For information on calculating adjusted basis, refer to Publication 551, Basis of Assets. You have a capital gain if you sell the asset for more than your adjusted basis. You have a capital loss if you sell the asset for less than your adjusted basis. Losses from the sale of personal-use property, such as your home or car, aren't tax deductible.

Short-Term or Long-Term

To correctly arrive at your net capital gain or loss, capital gains and losses are classified as long-term or short-term. Generally, if you hold the asset for more than one year before you dispose of it, your capital gain or loss is long-term. If you hold it one year or less, your capital gain or loss is short-term. For exceptions to this rule, such as property acquired by gift, property acquired from a decedent, or patent property, refer to Publication 544, Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets; or for commodity futures, see Publication 550, Investment Income and Expenses. To determine how long you held the asset, you generally count from the day after the day you acquired the asset up to and including the day you disposed of the asset.

If you have a net capital gain, a lower tax rate may apply to the gain than the tax rate that applies to your ordinary income. The term "net capital gain" means the amount by which your net long-term capital gain for the year is more than your net short-term capital loss for the year. The term "net long-term capital gain" means long-term capital gains reduced by long-term capital losses including any unused long-term capital loss carried over from previous years.

Capital Gain Tax Rates

The tax rate on most net capital gain is no higher than 15% for most individuals. Some or all net capital gain may be taxed at 0% if your taxable income is less than $80,000.

A capital gain rate of 15% applies if your taxable income is $80,000 or more but less than $441,450 for single; $496,600 for married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er); $469,050 for head of household, or $248,300 for married filing separately.

However, a net capital gain tax rate of 20% applies to the extent that your taxable income exceeds the thresholds set for the 15% capital gain rate.

There are a few other exceptions where capital gains may be taxed at rates greater than 20%:

  1. The taxable part of a gain from selling section 1202 qualified small business stock is taxed at a maximum 28% rate.
  2. Net capital gains from selling collectibles (such as coins or art) are taxed at a maximum 28% rate.
  3. The portion of any unrecaptured section 1250 gain from selling section 1250 real property is taxed at a maximum 25% rate.

Note: Net short-term capital gains are subject to taxation as ordinary income at graduated tax rates.

Limit on the Deduction and Carryover of Losses

If your capital losses exceed your capital gains, the amount of the excess loss that you can claim to lower your income is the lesser of $3,000 ($1,500 if married filing separately) or your total net loss shown on line 21 of Schedule D (Form 1040). Claim the loss on line 6 of your Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR. If your net capital loss is more than this limit, you can carry the loss forward to later years. You may use the Capital Loss Carryover Worksheet found in Publication 550, Investment Income and Expenses or in the Instructions for Schedule D (Form 1040) PDF to figure the amount you can carry forward.

Where to Report

Report most sales and other capital transactions and calculate capital gain or loss on Form 8949, Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets, then summarize capital gains and deductible capital losses on Schedule D (Form 1040), Capital Gains and Losses.

Estimated Tax Payments

If you have a taxable capital gain, you may be required to make estimated tax payments. For additional information, refer to Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax, Estimated Taxes and Am I Required to Make Estimated Tax Payments?

Net Investment Income Tax

Individuals with significant investment income may be subject to the Net Investment Income Tax (NIIT). For additional information on the NIIT. For additional information on the NIIT, see Topic No. 559.

Additional Information

Additional information on capital gains and losses is available in Publication 550 and Publication 544, Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets. If you sell your main home, refer to Topic No. 701, Topic No. 703 and Publication 523, Selling Your Home.


Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 01:39

New tax process

Don't send any more emails please. We are going to stop using emails please.

Please open service ticket at





1. upload files after opening ticket. we shall finish all data entry and call you and
wrap up the work please.

2. for followup
Please send request to my business telegram number 703-496-7483

please add my telegram number's 571-235-4705 (personal) and 703-496-7483(Business).

We are switching to telegram and stopping to use whatsapp soon


give ticket number always please.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:39

Like kind exchange rules

IR-2020-262, November 23, 2020

WASHINGTON —– Today the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service issued final regulations relating to section 1031 like-kind exchanges. These final regulations address the definition of real property under section 1031 and also provide a rule addressing the receipt of personal property that is incidental to real property received in a like-kind exchange.

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) limited like-kind exchange treatment to exchanges of real property. As of January 1, 2018, exchanges of personal or intangible property such as vehicles, artwork, collectibles, patents, and other intellectual property generally do not qualify for nonrecognition of gain as like-kind exchanges. Also, like-kind exchange treatment applies only to exchanges of real property held for use in a trade or business or for investment. An exchange of real property held primarily for sale does not qualify as a like-kind exchange.

Under the final regulations, real property includes land and generally anything permanently built on or attached to land. In general, real property also includes property that is characterized as real property under applicable State or local law. In addition, certain intangible property, such as leaseholds or easements, qualifies as real property under section 1031. Property not eligible for like-kind exchange treatment prior to enactment of the TCJA remains ineligible. Neither the TCJA nor the final regulations change whether the properties exchanged are of like kind.

To report a like-kind exchange, taxpayers must file Form 8824, Like-Kind Exchanges, with their tax return for the year they transfer property as part of a like-kind exchange. This form helps taxpayers figure the amount of gain deferred as a result of the like-kind exchange, as well as the basis of the like-kind property received. Form 8824 also helps taxpayers compute the amount of gain they must report if cash or property that isn't of a like-kind is involved in the exchange.

For more information about this and other tax reform changes, visit irs.gov/taxreform.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:40

Depreciation Data,schedule

Please send the following depreciation data

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Last update: 2022-12-03 01:41

IRS transcripts


Caution: The Get Transcript Service is for individual taxpayers to retrieve their own transcripts for their own purposes. Use by any other entities is prohibited.

You can get various Form 1040-series transcript types online or by mail. If you need your prior year Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) to e-file, choose the tax return transcript type when making your request. To find out how much you owe or to verify your payment history, you can view your tax account.

The method you used to file your tax return, e-file or paper, and whether you had a balance due, affects your current year transcript availability. Note: If you need a photocopy of your return, you must use Form 4506.


Request Online

What You Need

To register and use this service, you need:

  • your SSN, date of birth, filing status and mailing address from latest tax return,
  • access to your email account,
  • your personal account number from a credit card, mortgage, home equity loan, home equity line of credit or car loan, and
  • a mobile phone linked to your name (for faster registration) or ability to receive an activation code by mail.

What You Get

  • All transcript types are available online
  • View, print or download your transcript
  • Username and password to return later


Get Transcript Online


Request by Mail

What You Need

To use this service, you need your:

What You Get

  • Return or Account transcript types delivered by mail
  • Transcripts arrive in 5 to 10 calendar days at the address we have on file for you


Get Transcript by Mail


Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 01:43

file FIRPTA by filing an 8288B IRS Tax form


Form 8288-B, Application for Withholding Certificate for Dispositions by Foreign Persons of U.S. Real Property Interests

Purpose of form. Use Form 8288-B to
apply for a withholding certificate to reduce
or eliminate withholding on dispositions of
U.S. real property interests by foreign
persons, but only if the application is based


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Last update: 2022-12-03 02:36

Backdoor Roth

A backdoor Roth IRA is a way for people with high incomes to sidestep the Roth's income limits. Basically, a backdoor Roth IRA boils down to some fancy administrative work: You put money in a traditional IRA, convert your contributed funds into a Roth IRA, pay some taxes and you're done.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 02:49

Backdoor Roth

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Last update: 2022-12-03 02:51

eftps pin

Federal eftps pin looks like below please.


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Last update: 2022-12-03 02:55

What happens if your income exceeds Roth IRA limits?

What happens if your income exceeds Roth IRA limits?

If your Roth contributions exceed the allowable limit, then those contributions are subject to a six percent excise tax. ... You get your contributions back in full, but your account earnings are subject to the 6 percent excise tax.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 02:57

From 8606, backdoor roth IRA reporting


Use Form 8606 to report:
  • Nondeductible contributions you made to traditional IRAs.
  • Distributions from traditional, SEP, or SIMPLE IRAs, if you have ever made nondeductible contributions to traditional IRAs.
  • Conversions from traditional, SEP, or SIMPLE IRAs to Roth IRAs.
  • Distributions from Roth IRAs.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:00

How to come to omsai.com ringtown, PA office.

google type "st mary church,ringtown PA"  when coming please.

St Mary's
Catholic church in Ringtown, Pennsylvania
Address: 82 N Center St, Ringtown, PA 17967

omsai.com office (former ringtown school building) is right across the church.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:01

Education credits.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:12

Tuition and Fees Deduction:

Please check www.irs.gov for latest updates.

For the 2018, 2019 and 2020 tax years, taxpayers must meet the following income requirements to be eligible for the Tuition and Fees Deduction: Taxpayers with a modified adjusted gross income of $65,000 or less ($130,000 if married filing jointly) may claim a maximum $4,000 deduction.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:13

Tax returns where to sign.


Please have your client sign their personal income tax return (1040s) for 2020 and 2019 OR provide their signed IRS e-file Signature Authorization (Form 8879) for the same year(s).



example: 1120S

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:15

State mailing instruction sample


  1. print state copy and sign
  2. print federal copy and sign.
  3. post state copy followed by federal copy, attach w2 copies.


Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:16

Tax appointment process

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:17

Possible business deductions

www.irs.gov for latest rules and regulations please.

The expenses needs to be ordinary and necessary and needs to have receipts and banks statements to s

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:18

1099-S sale of real estate

Please make sure if you received 1099-S

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:19

H1 Visa fees

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:20


Generally following things need to be considered

  1. Part year-Part year
  2. Resident/Non Resident
  3. Reciprocal Agreements between states.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:20

5498 IRA


Form 5498, IRA Contribution Information

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:21

Form 1098 Mortgage Interest Statement

Form 1098 Mortgage Interest Statement

Please fill attached excel sheet.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:22

1099-Div Dividends and Distributions

1099-Div Dividends and Distributions

Need to enter all the boxes in which amounts are there, including Qualified dividends etc.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:23

ITIN mailing instructions, IRS appointment

1.tax return binder    print tax return (form 1040 and following pages)   Both spouses have to sign it.     Attach copies of w2    

2. w7 binder   Wife(person who needs itin number) has to sign w7.    

3. one packet for irs office submission   take both tax return copy and w7 binders in one packet to irs office along with originals (passport, marriage certificate, h4 document, H1 document).  



  Please call IRS and make sure they process w7 and verification of passport etc at the location nearest to you.   Telephone Assistance for Individuals: Toll-Free, 1-800-829-1040  Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. your local time (Alaska & Hawaii follow Pacific Time).   Its better to go early in the morning to IRS office along with both binders in one packet. 1.tax return binder 2. w7 binder

if by post please mail to



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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:24

Tax average fees




Type of return. The type of return you file affects the price you’ll pay for preparation. According to the National Society of Accountants, the average fee this filing season for preparing Form 1040 with Schedule A to itemize personal deductions, along with a state income tax return, is a flat fee of $294; the average fee for Form 1040 with the standard deduction, plus a state income tax return, is $188. As you add schedules to your return, the fees increase. For example, the average additional fee for Schedule C for a sole proprietor/independent contractor is $187. The additional fee for Schedule D to report capital gains and losses is $109. The additional fee for Schedule E to report rental income and losses is $136. So individuals whose returns require Schedules A, C, D and E pay an averag


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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:25

Sale of home: exclusion


Qualifying for the Exclusion

In general, to qualify for the Section 121 exclusion, you must meet both the ownership test and the use test. You're eligible for the exclusion if you have owned and used your home as your main home for a period aggregating at least two years out of the five years prior to its date of sale. You can meet the ownership and use tests during different 2-year periods. However, you must meet both tests during the 5-year period ending on the date of the sale. Generally, you're not eligible for the exclusion if you excluded the gain from the sale of another home during the two-year period prior to the sale of your home. Refer to Publication 523 for the complete eligibility requirements, limitations on the exclusion amount, and exceptions to the two-year rule.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:26

New corp tax filing documents needed

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:27

Roth IRA reporting

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:28

Highly compensated overcontribution

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:29

1099-Div Dividends and Distributions and 1099B

Please see sample

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:31

County by zip code


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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:32

IRS payment options


For taxes payment


for extension payment, Select form 1040, year 2020, tax payment due etc.

For estimated taxes

select the year and form 1040ES.


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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:32

Its ok to file extension.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:33

2553 mailing instructions

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:34

401k withdrawals

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:34

Stocks Reporting

Please give your broker 1099B. You can also use attached excel just for reference please.


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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:35

Texas franchise taxes

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:36

federal extension

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:38

Reciprocal agreements between states.




The following states have reciprocal agreements:

State Reciprocity States
Arizona California, Indiana, Oregon and Virginia
Illinois Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan and Wisconsin
Indiana Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
Iowa Illinois
Kentucky Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin
Maryland Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia
Michigan Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin
Minnesota Michigan and North Dakota
Montana North Dakota
New Jersey Pennsylvania*
North Dakota Minnesota and Montana
Ohio Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia
Pennsylvania Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia
Virginia Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia
Washington, D.C. Maryland and Virginia
West Virginia Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia
Wisconsin Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:39

foreign earned income exclusion and foreign tax credit


Foreign Tax Credit

Once you choose to exclude foreign earned income and/or foreign housing costs, you cannot take a foreign tax credit for taxes on income you excluded or could have excluded. If you do, one or both choices may be considered revoked. However, you can choose to take a foreign tax credit on any amount of foreign earned income that exceeds the amounts you excluded under the foreign earned income exclusion and/or the foreign housing exclusion.



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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:39

unemployment benefits 2020

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:40

US embassy notary in india

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:41

Partnership or shareholder details.

Please fill the below excel and send us.

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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:42


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Last update: 2022-12-03 03:42

Estimated Taxes

please pay estimated taxes to avoid paying interest and penalties.


Who Must Pay Estimated Tax

Individuals, including sole proprietors, partners, and S corporation shareholders, generally have to make estimated tax payments if they expect to owe tax of $1,000 or more when their return is filed.

When To Pay Estimated Taxes

For estimated tax purposes, the year is divided into four payment periods. You may send estimated tax payments with Form 1040-ES by mail, or you can pay online, by phone or from your mobile device using the IRS2Go app. Visit IRS.gov/payments to view all the options. For additional information, refer to Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax.

Using the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) is the easiest way for individuals as well as businesses to pay federal taxes. Make ALL of your federal tax payments including federal tax deposits (FTDs), installment agreement and estimated tax payments using EFTPS. If it’s easier to pay your estimated taxes weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc. you can, as long as you’ve paid enough in by the end of the quarter. Using EFTPS, you can access a history of your payments, so you know how much and when you made your estimated tax payments.

Corporations must deposit the payment using the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. For additional information, refer to Publication 542, Corporations.


VA estimated taxes



Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:43

ITIN related questions.

  1. ITIN 

Tax returns and ITIN application are submitted together to IRS in once packet.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-05 03:42

Taxes » Massachusetts

Massachusetts 1099-HC form


Please provide 1.Name of insurance company 2. FID number of insurance co 3. Subscriber number to finish your MA taxes.


The 1099-HC form is a Massachusetts tax document which provides proof of health insurance coverage for Massachusetts residents.  Every Commonwealth of Massachusetts resident who has health insurance will receive a 1099-HC form. This form is provided by your health insurance carrier and not the GIC.  To download an electronic copy of your Form 1099-HC, you may sign into your medical insurance carrier’s online account, or contact their member services at the number on your ID card for more information.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 03:51


New Corporation documents needed.

Please see attached file.

Author: anil
Last update: 2023-01-08 00:20

S corp paper work needed

1. S corp approval copy from IRS and copy of filled 2553 form.

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-03 05:24

Zoom Audio options

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Last update: 2022-12-03 05:25

2553 mailing instructions

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Last update: 2022-12-03 05:25

Robotics module EV3

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Last update: 2022-12-05 03:18


Details needed to fill 1023 etc

Some things we need are the following.

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Last update: 2022-12-05 00:32

501C3 postcard


Who May File Form 990-N to Satisfy Their Annual Reporting Requirement?

In general, exempt organizations have an annual reporting requirement although there are exceptions.

Most small tax-exempt organizations that have an annual reporting requirement can satisfy the requirements by submitting Form 990-N, Electronic Notice (e-Postcard.) Form 990-N is submitted electronically, there are no paper forms.

An organization eligible to submit Form 990-N can instead choose to file Form 990 or Form 990-EZ to satisfy its annual reporting requirement.

Small tax-exempt organizations generally are eligible to file Form 990-N to satisfy their annual reporting requirement, if their annual gross receipts are normally $50,000 or less.

  • Gross receipts are the total amounts the organization received from all sources during its annual accounting period, without subtracting any costs or expenses.
  • Gross receipts are considered to be normally $50,000 or less if the organization:
    • Has been in existence for 1 year or less and received, or donors have pledged to give, $75,000 or less during its first taxable year;
    • Has been in existence between 1 and 3 years and averaged $60,000 or less in gross receipts during each of its first two tax years; and
    • Is at least 3 years old and averaged $50,000 or less in gross receipts for the immediately preceding 3 tax years (including the year for which calculations are being made).

However, some organizations aren’t eligible to use Form 990-N (e-Postcard) even if their gross receipts are normally $50,000 or less .  These organizations must file different forms instead to satisfy their annual reporting requirement. 

Note: a subordinate organization in a group exemption that is included in a group return filed by its central organization does not file Form 990-N because the group return satisfies its annual reporting requirement.

Submitting Form 990-N (e-Postcard)

Are you eligible to submit Form 990-N (e-Postcard)?

  1. Register for your account
  2. Review the submission guidance
  3. Gather the information needed

Submit Form 990-N (e-Postcard)

How to Register and Submit Form 990-N

Review the IRS Form 990-N Electronic Filing System (e-Postcard) User Guide PDF for step by step instructions on how to register and submit electronic Form 990-N (e-Postcard). Most common problems can be avoided by following the User Guide.

All filers must register at IRS.gov prior to filing their next Form 990-N. This is a one-time registration; you won't be asked to register again when filing next year.

Ready to File?

Form 990-N is easy to complete. You'll need only eight items of basic information about your organization.

  • Employer identification number (EIN), also known as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).
  • Tax year (calendar or fiscal filer)
  • Legal name and mailing address
  • Any other names the organization uses
  • Name and address of a principal officer
  • Website address if the organization has one
  • Confirmation that the organization's annual gross receipts are $50,000 or less
  • If applicable, a statement that the organization has terminated or is terminating (going out of business)

For more information about these items, see Form 990-N: Information Reported.

Filing Due Date

Form 990-N is due every year by the 15th day of the 5th month after the close of your tax year. You cannot file the e-Postcard until after your tax year ends.

Example: If your tax year ended on December 31, the e-Postcard is due May 15 of the following year. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a legal holiday, the due date is the next business day.

Late Submissions

If we don't receive your submission by the due date, a reminder will be sent to the address on file. Organizations should submit the required form, even if they are late. There is not penalty for late submissions. 

While there is no penalty assessment for filing Form 990-N late, organizations that fail to file required Forms 990, 990-EZ or 990-N for three consecutive years will automatically lose their tax-exempt status. Revocation of the organization's tax-exempt status will happen on the filing due date of the third consecutively-missed year.

Search for Form 990-N Filings

To search for organizations that have filed Form 990-N and to view their filings, see Tax-Exempt Organization Search. You can also download the entire database of Form 990-N filings.

Problems Filing

If you experience filing system or website problems, see How to File: Frequently Asked Questions. If you can't fix the problem, call TE/GE Customer Accounts Services at 877-829-5500. A representative will file your Form 990-N information.

Additional Information

StayExempt Training Courses


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Last update: 2022-12-14 07:47

Washington D.C

Washington D.C business compliance.


File the mandatory biennial (2-year) report to prevent revocation and keep your entity active and in good standing,


In order to keep your entity in good standing with the Corporation Division, a report must be filed within the first year of registration by April 1st and every two years thereafter. To file your biennial report, complete the Biennial Report Form (BRA-25) or submit report filing at CorpOnline. The filing fee for For-Profit entities is $300.00 and $80.00 for Non-Profit entities.

External Resource


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Last update: 2022-12-03 07:54

DC S corp taxes

Author: anil
Last update: 2022-12-05 00:34

DC different forms.

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Last update: 2022-12-05 00:35


Florida compliance.

Florida you need to do the following 3 things.




2. Annual report


File Annual Report

Before filing your annual report:
    1. Review the filing instructions for annual reports.
    2. Gather your business information, including your document number and a valid form of payment.
  • Any profit corporation, limited liability company, limited partnership or limited liability limited partnership annual report filing will have until 12:01 am on May 1, 2021, before a $400 late fee is assessed.
  • Annual reports are due by the third Friday in September to avoid administrative dissolution. 
  • New Security Alert: An email filing confirmation will be sent to the entity's current email address on file.   

3. business tax filing


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Last update: 2022-12-05 00:42

Florida corporate extension information


Please sample below. please fill 5 details and post to addresss in the form itself. please keep receipt of post.

When to file — File this application on or before the original due date of the
taxpayer’s corporate income tax or partnership return. Do not file before the end
of the tax year.
To file online go to www.floridarevenue.com


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Last update: 2022-12-05 00:43

NJ Business questions

NJ tax registration.

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NJ/PA Reciprocal Agreement

NJ/PA Reciprocal Agreement

The Reciprocal Personal Income Tax Agreement between Pennsylvania and New Jersey means compensation paid to New Jersey residents employed in Pennsylvania is not subject to Pennsylvania income tax

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contract sample

Please find one attached sample

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H1 Visa fees


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women owned registration

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List of documents for new employees

  1. i9 filled up


2. w4 filled up

3. copies of

social security card

work authorisation copies (green card copies, passport copies, or

Employment Authorization Document)


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Last update: 2022-12-05 01:02


VA compliance

Please login in the below website and two 2 things. Please do both for C, S corps.



1.File annual report

2. File annual fees. (LLC's only annual fees generally).

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Last update: 2022-12-05 01:03

What are the income limits for Medicaid 2020 in Virginia?

What are the income limits for Medicaid 2020 in Virginia?
Medicaid is now available to Virginia residents earning up to 138 percent of the poverty level. (In 2020, that's about $17,609 for a single person, and about $29,973 for an adult in a household of three people).

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VA medicaid


What is Virginia Medicaid?

Medicaid is the state and Federal partnership that provides medical coverage to eligible needy persons.
The purpose of Virginia Medicaid is to improve the health of people in Virginia who might otherwise go
without medical care for themselves and their children. There is no enrollment fee or premium for
Medicaid coverage if you are eligible. Low co-pays are charged for some Medicaid services.

Who is eligible for Virginia Medicaid?

To be eligible for Virginia Medicaid, you must be a resident of the state of Virginia, a U.S. national, citizen, permanent resident, or legal alien, in need of health care/insurance assistance, whose financial situation would be characterized as low income or very low income. You must also be one of the following:

  • Pregnant, or
  • Be responsible for a child 18 years of age or younger, or
  • Blind, or
  • Have a disability or a family member in your household with a disability, or
  • Be 65 years of age or older.
To be eligible, you must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
$22,930 (before taxes)


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Last update: 2022-12-05 01:05

Virginia Good standing certificate


Certificates and Copies

The Clerk’s Office fulfills requests for certified and noncertified copies of business entity documents on file in its office. It also issues certificates of good standing, certificates of fact, and certificates to adjust property title records in circuit courts, which may be needed because of a business entity name change, merger, conversion or domestication.

Certificates - Instant Download
The following certificates can be downloaded instantly online via the Clerk's Information System (CIS).

  • Certificate of Good Standing (Corporations)
  • Certificate of Fact of Existence/Registration (LLCs)
  • Certificate of Fact of Existence for VA and Foreign Limited Partnerships

For instructions, see the how-to guide on downloading certificates. Each certificate costs $6 to download from the CIS.

Certified Copies - Instant Download
Certified copies of business entity documents filed in the Clerk’s Office are available online for $6.00 per request. There are no additional costs for additional pages when requested through CIS. If all images are available, certified images are done in real time. If any images need to be retrieved by staff, your request will go in-house for fulfillment and be returned by email. 

Noncertified Copies - Instant Download
Images of various business entity documents filed in the Clerk’s Office are available through the CIS at no charge. For instructions, see the how-to guide for downloading images of business documents.

Images of business entity documents filed on and after January 1, 1997 are generally available. Documents that may have been submitted to the Clerk’s Office but were not accepted for filing or were subsequently withdrawn are not available online to the public.

Conditions of Use

Noncertified copies provided through the CIS are "unofficial" and provided only for public convenience. Images are not to be described or construed as being a certified copy of any document filed with the State Corporation Commission (SCC), or a certification as to the existence or nonexistence of any fact appearing in a document filed with the SCC, or as having the legal effect of any such copy or certification.

The user shall not, expressly or impliedly, state that the reproduction, disbursement, distribution, or preparation of derivative works of the images or the information therein has been done under the authorization of the SCC.

Assessing the accuracy and reliability of an image or information obtained from an image is solely the responsibility of the user. The SCC shall not be responsible or liable for any errors or damages resulting from the use of the image or information.

Paper Copies

To obtain a certificate or a copy of a document by mail, please mail or deliver written request to the Clerk’s Office with a check payable to “State Corporation Commission” for the appropriate fees to:

Mailing Address Physical Address
Clerk’s Office, State Corporation Commission
PO Box 1197
Richmond VA 23218
Clerk’s Office, State Corporation Commission
Tyler Building, 1st Floor
1300 E. Main St.
Richmond VA 23219

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VEC mailing address


By Mail:

Download the VEC FC-27 This file is in PDF format. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 in order to view this file. (Report to Determine Liability for State Unemployment Tax) and instruction page. (Right click on link, go down to "Save Target As" and save it to your computer). There are several questions on the form regarding the qualifications of General Employers, Agricultural Employers, Household Employers, Nonprofit Employers, acquiring an existing business or if you are already subject to the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA). Do not mail the form to the VEC until you meet one of the requirements noted in questions 7a through 10 on form FC-27. The VEC will assign an account number only if you meet one of the criteria and mark your response as "yes".

Mail your completed VEC FC-27 form
Virginia Employment Commission 
Employer Accounts
P.O. Box 26441
Richmond, VA 23261-6441

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Last update: 2022-12-05 01:06

Virginia online payments.

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IT Related

Zoom audio not working

Please do the following steps sometimes may work please.


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Last update: 2022-12-05 01:08

How to print to pdf format

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Extension template

Please fill the excel and upload in ticket system. also please give last year if have it please.

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Data needed to file personal extension

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omsai.com details

How to come to omsai.com ringtown, PA office.

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Image server

What is a server image?
An image is a backup copy of your Servers. You can restore your Server by installing an image. You can also use an image to set up another Server as a clone of the first one. With a backup plan, you can have images created automatically at regular, scheduled intervals.

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Paypal payment

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Real estate schedule if multiple properties.

Please fill the attached real estate schedule if you own multiple properties please.


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Last update: 2022-12-12 07:33

Gift Letter

Please find the attached documents.

Gift Letter & Requirements

Step 1:  The person giving you your gift, the Donor, must complete and sign the “Gift Letter” below.  Your signature is also required.

Step 2:  Additional Donor Requirements - Source of gift funds - provide the following: ·         A copy of the gift check OR wire transfer form showing gift amount transferring out of account ·         A copy of the bank statement showing gift withdrawal OR a bank printout that is stamped and signed by the bank showing gift withdrawal ·         A copy of the bank statement showing gift funds clearing as well as a 30 day history prior

Step 3:  Additional Client Responsibilities - Transfer of gift funds - provide the following: ·         A copy of the bank statement showing the gift being deposited with the funds showing as available in the balance

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Mortgage paid by Business can be excluded from DTI

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Secondary home rules from one major lender

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it's my responsibility to ensure you have a clear and clean title prior to your closing. Please review the following information from title and advise We have been advised that the client would like to add her husband to the title. We need to know how they would like to hold title? Here are the choices: JTWFROS Joint Tenants Tenants in Common Community Property CP with Right of Survivorship Please let me know. Thank you,