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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According to RI, your income would be considered to be from a RI source, so you would have to file a RI non-resident return. Do you occasionally visit the RI office? If you never go to the office and perform no services for customers/clients in RI it might be worth a try to get a determination ...

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About how much will i pay in interest and fees for a Tax loan?

There are many fake lender here, I advice all seeking loan here to be careful and vigilant. All who post here are the lenders themselves or people who make money by posting for those fraud lenders, making commissions. If I were you , I would just go to your nearest bank,if bank do not work, maybe ...

Is there a limit on child support/child care payments in terms of my take

There usually is. Most states have a formula that they follow to determine the amount. It's a percentage of your pay after FICA & medicare deductions. Check with your local family court to see what that amount is. In NY I think the max is 40%, but it can be as low as 10%.

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What if the non custodial parent moves to a house unfit for the children

I disagree about Monica's reply, the non-custodial parent is still their parent and though the parent that the child resides with disapproves of the lifestyle of the noncustodial parent they must first reason with themselves by asking themselves: Is this enviornment physically dangerous or ...