My salary changed drastically this year. I got a divorce, and I am having a lot of extra money withheld. Is there some way I can estimate/calculate my current tax refund status so that I can adjust my withholding for the rest of the year? I don't want to owe, but I think I am having way too much withheld. I work an extra job, so the withholding is kind of complicated.
Thanks for any advice. I could annualize my earnings and withholding based on my most recent check, but I am not sure where I can plug all those numbers in to get an estimate of my tax liability. I live in Texas which has no state income tax.5 respuestasUnited Stateshace 1 semana
I work two jobs. Any income above $137,700 is exempt from FICA. Since my income comes from two sources, my employers will not know when I have hit this limit. How do I get back any excess paid? My primary job pays about $130,000 and my second job pays about $30,000.
Thanks!3 respuestasUnited Stateshace 2 meses
I will earn about $164,000 this year. I will contribute about $7,000 to my traditional 403(b) and about $10,000 to my ROTH 403(b).
I am divorced and have one minor child dependent.
I'm trying to figure out if my MAGI will be less than $139,000 so that I can contribute to my ROTH IRA. I will not itemize, as I currently rent and have no real deductions to list.
Thanks for the help!!!! I could not find a good calculator/estimator.3 respuestasUnited Stateshace 3 meses
I had some idiot get mad at me and reported all my questions about 6 years ago and my account was closed FOREVER. I had to create a new one. Now, Trolls like "Ben" get reported 25 times a day and their account is still there????
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I have been contributing to my ROTH every year, but this year I will earn more than $139,000 and file single. I think my modified adjusted gross MIGHT be under the limit, but it will be close. My gross before adjustments should be around $160,000.
What happens if I find that I earn too much, yet I have already contributed throughout the year?2 respuestasPersonal Financehace 5 meses
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I plan to get a tattoo on my upper arm (where there is basically just peach fuzz). Do they have to shave it first? What if I decide to get it on my leg (which is very hairy)?
Also, how long will I need to protect the tattoo from water, etc? What type of care will it require while it is new?
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I have a field in Excel where we enter a name and a phone extension to print out on an assignment sheet. The users often enter the name, but do not assign them a phone to carry for their shift. As a reminder, I want to validate the field and issue an error if it does not contain at least one letter and one number.
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I have cooked chicken fast in a pan and slowly in an oven or crock pot. In both cases, it has come out tough sometimes and tender others.
A few recipes involve browning in in a pan, then finishing it in the oven covered in a sauce. Again, sometimes it is tough, sometimes tender.
What's the trick to tender but cooked through chicken?
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