do you have to pay any kind of taxes on a home if a parent puts their home in a child name?

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Our government dependent friend the leftist Muslim Atheist poster has spent over 8 hours posting under his fake Marine alias and over 2 hours posting under his Fred G. alias. This doesn't count his hours and hours of posting under anonymous. We know they're his aliases because both of those ...

Answered: How To Report A Tax Cheat?

Gather The Evidence, blowing the Whistle on a Tax Cheat, by covering your Assets.. and at the end just make it legal... Source: UNIVERSAL TAX SOLUTIONS LIMITED

Answered: What does the term infinity mean with a step parent and step child?

I would imagine it means the same thing with a step child as it would with anyone. And it's not a term, which is two or more words spoken as a colloquial idiom.

Answered: Does the Bank Have to Pay Delinquent Property Taxes?

Banks sometimes get into hassles with insurers and escrow agents. That is the risk with ANY mortgage. The ideal solution is to pay the overdue tax, then inform the escrow agent about your payment and demand a credit.
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How do I acquire my screen name from the master owner of the account?

You can't have a secondary screen name become separate. AOL used to offer Spin Off Screen Name for children becoming adult, or spouses divorcing. But they don't offer it any more. The best you can do is establish your own new screen name, and on the original screen name set an Away Message to ...

Who does not pay tax

Who doesn't pay taxes (legally): a large number of low income seniors, a substantial number of students with low income, the unemployed, welfare recipients, prisoners, those on disability, those with low income and minor children. Also a few millionaires who lost money for the year. Then there ...

Do I pay child support even if my child no longer lives with her

You are obligated to pay child support until you have the court ordered amended. You could likely do so if your child is no longer living with the custodial parent, but if you simply stop paying on your own you could be found in contempt of court.

Child support final judgement in correct can it be challenged.

If you are looking for legal advice, pay a lawyer for it. Advice that you get from a non-lawyer is worth little or nothing. Maybe it depends on how quickly you challenge the ruling. Maybe it depends on state law; the 4th Circuit Court covers 5 states. How did it get to the circuit court, anyway ...