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FAQ

Do I need to file a W-2 and W-3 Form?
If you are an employer + issued payroll checks dated in 2017…then yes.You must provide a Form W-2 to each employee you paid.You also must file all those W-2s to the IRS. The transmittal form to do this is Form W-3.Both of these must be sent / postmarked no later than January 31st.Tips:a. Your payroll service used to issue the paychecks can easily do this filing for you.b. If you issued paychecks on your own but used no payroll service, then you may have additional issues - such as tax amount calculated & deposit of the taxes withheld. If you did, then you should seek an experienced Payroll practitioner to review your activity & assist.Karl SextonPartner / Sr. Business AccountantAccounting On-Call Inc.O. (813) 641-4262?karl@accountingoncall.netwebsite: Accounting On-Call | Tax | Payroll | Bookkeepin
How does a student on an F1 OPT visa go about claiming a FICA refund if their company isn't able to assist them?
Hello,For claiming the FICA taxes, you must first write the cover letter giving the summary of the situation and mentioning the following documents as an attachment:Documents for Social Security and Medicare Refund claim1. Completed Form 843 with attached explanation2. Completed Form 83163. Copy of Form W-24. Copy of the visa page of my passport5. Copy of Form 1040NR - Federal tax return 2017 already filed with IRS Charlotte, NC.6. Copy of Form I-947. Copy of work authorization (copy of EAD authorizing OPT)8. Copy of Form I-209. Copy of passportPlease attach copy of all these documents and send it to recommended address.There are different addresses for every state where you need to file the entire package of documents mentioned above. You might be able to get the address details on the instructions for Form 843.Please let me know if you have any related question.Thanks and RegardsAnu SahuProdigy Taxes
Which documents should I attach with form 843 and 8316 for FICA refund?
For claiming the FICA taxes, you must first write the cover letter giving the summary of the situation and mentioning the following documents as an attachment:Documents for Social Security and Medicare Refund claim1. Completed Form 843 with attached explanation2. Completed Form 83163. Copy of Form W-24. Copy of the visa page of my passport5. Copy of Form 1040NR - Federal tax return 2017 already filed with IRS Charlotte, NC.6. Copy of Form I-947. Copy of work authorization (copy of EAD authorizing OPT)8. Copy of Form I-209. Copy of passportPlease attach copy of all these documents and send it to recommended address.There are different addresses for every state where you need to file the entire package of documents mentioned above. You might be able to get the address details on the instructions for Form 843.For further details, please refer the following IRS links:Social Security Tax Medicare Tax and Self EmploymentAliens Employed in the U.S. Social Security Taxeshttps://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...Please let me know if you have any related question.I have attached the above forms for reference purpose only, please download the updated versions from IRS website.Thanks and RegardsAnu SahuTax Consultant | Prodigy Taxes
What happens if I have two W2 tax forms (from two different workplaces) and I file only one of them this year and file the other one next year? Is this allowed?
Bottom line: Never ever not report income the IRS knows you have earned. It's incredibly high probability (I think almost certain) they will enforce action before the statute of limitations runs out.IRS will likely come after you.  W-2's are easy, low-hanging fruit to them. When you get a W-2, the IRS (and likely your state tax authority) also get a copy of the same information.  (This also applies to certain other informational forms and returns like a 1099-MISC, 1099-K or 1065 Partnership Return).If the IRS knows you have W-2 income, they are going to be looking for it to be on your return.Most people think if they file their return and they don't hear back in a month or even a few months that they "got away with it." The reality is that the IRS can come after you as late as 3 years after the due date of that return (so if you are filing 2013 taxes, which are due April 15th, 2014, the IRS can come after you - in most circumstances - as late as April 15th, 2017).In my experience, IRS will likely "mail audit" you where they show you that they were looking for the W-2 and you didn't put it on there.  They will "suggest" your new income and tax liability after including that income on your return, and expect you to pay the difference.  You can expect interest and potentially underpayment penalties, and if the amount is large enough or they perceive your intentionally trying to evade taxes, then they can issue further accuracy-related penalties on you.
Can we get a FICA tax refund if the tax return was filed with Form 1040?
You cannot claim FICA tax refund, if you are filing form 1040 (Form 1040 is for residents). This is allowed only for non-residents who are filing form 1040NR.Please refer the following IRS links for further details:Aliens Employed in the U.S. Social Security TaxesIf you are filing form 1040NR, you can claim your FICA taxes, you do not have to pay those taxes, unless you are in united states for more than 5 years on F1. For claiming your FICA taxes, please follow the following steps:For claiming the FICA taxes, you must first write the cover letter giving the summary of the situation and mentioning the following documents as an attachment:Documents for Social Security and Medicare Refund claim1. Completed Form 843 with attached explanation2. Completed Form 83163. Copy of Form W-24. Copy of the visa page of my passport5. Copy of Form 1040NR - Federal tax return 2017 already filed with IRS Charlotte, NC.6. Copy of Form I-947. Copy of work authorization (copy of EAD authorizing OPT)8. Copy of Form I-209. Copy of passportPlease attach copy of all these documents and send it to recommended address.There are different addresses for every state where you need to file the entire package of documents mentioned above. You might be able to get the address details on the instructions for Form 843.Please let me know if you have any related question.Thanks and RegardsAnu SahuTax Consultant | Prodigy Taxes
What is the procedure for claiming a refund of Medicare and Social Security taxes withheld for F1 students?
Hello,For claiming the FICA taxes, you must first write the cover letter giving the summary of the situation and mentioning the following documents as an attachment:Documents for Social Security and Medicare Refund claim1. Completed Form 843 with attached explanation2. Completed Form 83163. Copy of Form W-24. Copy of the visa page of my passport5. Copy of Form 1040NR - Federal tax return 2017 already filed with IRS Charlotte, NC.6. Copy of Form I-947. Copy of work authorization (copy of EAD authorizing OPT)8. Copy of Form I-209. Copy of passportPlease attach copy of all these documents and send it to recommended address.There are different addresses for every state where you need to file the entire package of documents mentioned above. You might be able to get the address details on the instructions for Form 843.Please let me know if you have any related question.Thanks and RegardsAnu SahuProdigy Taxes
I made around $15,000 total from four different sources of W-9 work in 2014. I am not expecting to receive 1099 forms from any of these sources. Do I have to do anything for the IRS?
Are you asking what the IRS expects, or what you can get away with? The IRS expects you to file a return and declare all your income. You could absolutely get away with not filing, IN THE SHORT TERM. The IRS will not audit you this year for this year's tax return. But the long term is a different story.  The IRS tends to audit 3 years after. This allows them a greater return for their effort. They can audit for three years at once, there will be more late fees and penalties. Not filing a tax return makes the long term even longer. The IRS Has only 3 years after the filing of a tax return to open an audit.AFTER THE TAX RETURN IS FILES. if you wait to file your 2014 taxes until 2017, the IRS would have til 2020 to open an audit. If you fail to file, you never close that window.
Do employees who hold a F1 OPT visa need to pay Social Security and medical taxes?
You do not have to pay for Social Security tax/Medicare tax while on F1 status. That means whether you are doing CPT, OPT or on OPT Extension, you do not have to pay those taxes, unless you are in united states for more than 5 years on F1.If your employer is deducting those taxes, you can either request them to not deduct by providing them the proof of being on F1 status or you can claim for refund from IRS by filling “ Form 843, Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement”This exemption comes under “Student Exception to FICA Tax”.Reference:Social Security/Medicare and Self-Employment Tax Liability of Foreign Students, Scholars, Teachers, Researchers, and TraineesStudent Exception to FICA TaxSocial Security Tax / Medicare Tax and Self-Employment ( For filing tax refund, if deducted erroneously by employer)
Can members of an LLC receive a salary?
The answer is “yes,” depending on how the LLC is taxed.LLC’s can chose one of four (4) tax treatments, depending on a few issues. Those tax treatments are:Disregarded. Only if owned by one person, or only owned by a married couple if a community property state. This means the entity doesn’t exist as far as the IRS is concerned, and all profits and losses “pass through” to the owners (i.e. you report income on your Schedule C). This is the default for sole-member LLC’s.Partnership. Only if owned by more than one person (or entity). This is the default for multi-member LLC’s. It means the company is taxed as a partnership, and the company issues K-1’s to the owners for the apportioned profits and losses (i.e. this is another “pass through” entity).S-Corp. This can be elected by sending in an IRS Form 2553, and provides certain tax benefits including savings on self-employment tax. There are several differences over #2, Partnership, above, including limitations on the number and types of owners, as well as you must make distributions pro rata depending on percentage of company owned. This is the final “pass through” entity. Like a partnership, a S-Corp issues K-1’s to the owners.C-Corp. This can be elected by sending in IRS Form 8832, and the LLC becomes its own taxable entity. Profits and losses DO NOT pass through to the owners, and consequently can create “double taxation” issues for the owners (i.e. a C-Corp pays taxes on its profits, and the owners pay taxes on the distributions paid to them).#2 and #3 above can issue salaries and the owners can be W-2 employees of the LLC. #1 you definitely cannot issue W-2 wages to the owners, but I’m not sure about #2. You should consult with a CPA or tax professional to better understand what is best for you.Note that we have a rather intelligent, AI-based “entity selection tool” that helps you with this, depending on your circumstances. It even factors in Trump’s 2017 Tax Reform Act. It only takes 5 minutes, if you’re interested: Business Entity Selector Tool | Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB).Good luck to you. Larry.