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Frequently asked questions about illinois money

  • adverbs answer when, where, why, and how She moved. where did she move? to Illinois how did she move? with her family adjectives answer which? which money? money for poor people this prep phrase is functioning as the predicate adjective because it follows the verb "is"
  • I am an international student and studied in Illinois. I worked part time at school in 2010. According to my w2 form my wages was $ 5832. Federal Income tax withheld was $115. State Income tax was $165. My federal tax returns was accepted but state tax rejected. I am planning to re file my state taxes.I would like to know If i owe any state tax... Your help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.. PS: I am single and have no family in the USA.
  • Using Turbo Tax to compute your tax liability, I calculated a refund of $561.00 for your Federal Return and that you owe the State of Illinois $5.00. How does that compare to your calculations?
  • When filing my state taxes, do I have to summit my Federal 1040 form?
  • it is a possibility, you would have to contact the state you filed in and find out if their are any garnishments on your return
  • i'm working blind yet it is my ultimate wager: you filed a federal tax return yet you probably did no longer report a state return. once you report the federal return, the IRS sends that suggestion on your state. If the state's documents do no longer adventure, then you fairly get one in all those nasty little "love" letters. you are going to be able to think of you filed, yet it is the 1st portion of double examine. you does no longer have self belief what proportion cases i've got asked human beings to deliver me their tax documents and that i've got discovered their un-filed state return sitting with their w2s and different suggestion. even yet it style of seems such as you probably did a minimum of practice the return--because you point out what's on line sixteen so first you will have the prefer to ensure Illinois won it. (in simple terms because you sent it, would not recommend they have been given it.) the 2nd portion of examine, is--what's on line 22? That shows the quantity that became into withheld on your W2. If it is sparkling, it ability that Illinois thinks you had no withholding. they could desire you to report an amended return, yet they could in simple terms ask you to deliver them a replica of your W2. i does no longer argue with them, in simple terms provide them what they desire. answer: a million. you ought to call Illinois and clarify what's occurring. (you obtain this letter, you think of there's a mistake, you think which you have have been given paid the tax, etc.) Get them to strengthen the quantity of time earlier they actually report that levy, in any different case they're going to freeze your financial organisation account jointly as they're waiting so which you would be able to report that return, or deliver them the advice they choose and that could desire to be undesirable. 2. the two mail them the final return or the W2, based upon what the priority is. that should resolve your concern. good success.
  • if you owe the state anything they are going to snatch your state check and take the rest out of your federal they just started that this year my cousin owed unemployment she collected in Illinois they ended up taking some of her federal check too
  • I depends on the option you selected when you bought your ticket. The most popular option is the Straight option and if you played that you didn't win any money. By matching 2 numbers there are only two options you could have played where you would have won money. If you did the Front Pair option and you matched the first two numbers on your ticket in exact order then you win. The other option is the Back Pair option and if you matched the last two numbers on your ticket in exact order then you win.
  • I have 3 numbers and mega ball what did I win
  • theres a good chance id take it in and find out
  • Although I cannot answer for S. Illinois, I can answer for Ohio. A subsurface sand filter for a four bedroom home would be around $7000 to $9000, assuming no mechanical parts. The cost of the well is usually determined by the depth. You might ask neighbors how deep their wells are and the quality of water they have. You will need permits for each of these - contact your local health department for more info. They may also be able to answer your cost questions as well as any other questions you may have.
  • No, but he sent his wife to Costa Rica for some money in exchange for having his wife flirt on TV with a former NBA player. Does this count?
  • In such a nefarious world of politics as organized crime, cash is exchanged for favors on a daily basis. I believe he received a substantial portion, but these aren't checks being cashed or checking accounts in the USA being used.
  • he probably buried it in the ground.
  • Some counties in California DO allow you to do time in Lieu of a fine.
  • No they do not give you money for serving time. If you cannot pay a criminal fine and the charge also includes time in jail then the judge can send you to jail instead of fining you. If it is a civil judgement they cannot jail you for that. We do not have debtors prisons in the US.
  • only if you were in jail..then they might consider a sentence of time served for the fine..but if youre at the end of your probation or whatever that money owed should be come an unsatisfied judgment..just go to court..
  • If you are sent to jail, you do not get any money. The time simply pays off a penalty. If someone is suing you, you do not go to jail because you owe them.
  • No, you can't go to another school when you owe money to another school. You must list all previous college attendance on your application and have transcripts sent. The old school will not send transcripts when you owe them money. Your status at the old school is not in-good-standing. If you lie and omit the school from your application, then your new school will find out and expel you for application fraud. It will probably take a couple of months before they find out, but you'll probably be in the middle of the semester when you get a notice that you've been expelled. If that occurs after the drop date has passed, then you'll get a Withdrawal grade for all your classes, which is the same as an F. You'll also lose any tuition or fees that were paid to that point, and have to return any financial aid you received. You could be prosecuted for financial aid fraud as well, which is a federal offense. Hundreds of students are convicted of financial aid fraud each year, so don't think it is taken lightly. So, the result is that you will have killed your GPA, end up owing more money, and may have to hire an attorney to defend yourself in court, only to be convicted anyway. That won't be very productive. Colleges take their finances very seriously, and they all work together to make it very painful for students who try to rip them off. They all report students who owe them money to credit agencies and to federal student aid databases to ensure that students can't attend another college without being caught. You won't just slip by through the system unnoticed. Besides, there's a good chance that you'll leave the new school without paying what you owe them, if you've done it in the past, so they have no good reason to keep you enrolled.
  • yes but you need to tell teh new school your problem... because no matter what you wanna go for they will ask for all your previous transcripts ... and since you can't provide that you have to tell them what happened. if you lie they will eventually find out.. by simply applying for fafsa it will show.
  • Military would pay it off?
  • Unemployment compensation for 2006: 29.8 billion dollar Illinois for 2006: 1,649 million dollar For more information, visit http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/tables/08s0540.pdf cutemiffy Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer! Find your local Library at http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/Public_main.html
  • I'm a single mom of 6 desperate for help, ex husband never pays child support and i am about to lose everything. I need help fast and I'm looking for a rich millionaire who doesnt know what to do with his or her money and is willing to help out . I need to get between 30 to 50,000 thousand to make it out of this hole. my kids are 11,9, 6, 4, 1, and 2 months old. i get medical and food stamps but my rent and bills are too much and cant afford daycare please help
  • GIVE ME A BREAK!!!!!!! Why did you just have your SIXTH kid if you don't have any money and are struggling to make it????? You're already taking too much of our tax dollars! Why don't you go to court and get the father of those kids put behind bars for not supporting them????
  • Your only chance is to get your 11 and 9 year old kids work. Maybe mowing lawns, cashier, car washer, and baby sitting. It's summer there in U.S anyway so why not help them get some job for the meanwhile. Show some pride and don't sue the father of those kids. Try to be a supermom.
  • What will happen if you "lose everything"? Chances are you can get some government help for rent.
  • Well i cant believe some people are really broke,i live in Houston,TX and i make $1,000 a day $7000 a wk and i still want more money.Im only 19 yrs old.ts times like this that make me value my money and thank god i have money to give back.Unfortunately i dont live in Illinois to help you out.Good Luck.
  • You call my father, who was a Judge in Illinois for 24 years, retired, and is now a criminal defense attorney. His name is Dennis DePorter and his office is in Moline. You tell you him that you met his son JOHN on the internet on Thursday night and you've got a quick question. His cell phone is 309-912-6109, and his office phone is 309-762-0736. If you get his secretary, Sammy (call her sam), tell her that it is not a pressing issue and leave a call back number.. Best I can do for you. I'm a truck driver, not a lawyer. I leave that up to my dad. -john in Iowa
  • Probably not--I'm not sure about illinois, or about a hairstylist's, but I know that in most of the country if a worker in a restaurant breaks a glass, plate, etc, it is illegal for the employer to charge the worker for the damage. I imagine that this falls into the same category. Try checking with your local Better Business Bureau, or maybe ask the Workman's Comp office for a phone number to call about worker's rights.
  • It all goes straight to the politicians pockets! But seriously, Illinois roads SUCK, and they are constantly fixing them, so I imagine a lot of it actually goes to fixing them. Several occasions I couldn't come up with a $1 so they wrote my license down and billed me through the mail! For a freakin $1!!! Also, wisconsin probably hates all the tolls up around northern illinois.
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