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jahanzeb109
10-11-2016, 05:37 AM
So I registered a company name with Ohio. I applied for an EIN (Employment identification number) filling out the ss4 form. In the form I stated that I will have employees in June 2017. As a result, the IRS sent me a letter to file employee tax returns in a month.
Now I don't even own a business yet. I will likely acquire a running business next year. Am I supposed to file with the IRS? A couple of people online said that I can file a "zero" form. Is that necessary?

rikkirose
01-17-2020, 09:39 AM
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Srijana Pandey
03-08-2020, 03:26 AM
So I registered a company name with Ohio. I applied for an EIN (Employment identification number) filling out the ss4 form. In the form, I stated that I will have employees in June 2017. As a result, the IRS sent me a letter to file employment tax returns in a month.
Now I don't even own a business yet. I will likely acquire a running business next year. Am I supposed to file with the IRS? A couple of people online said that I can file a "zero" form. Is that necessary?

As per my assumption, If you don't have to own your business then you don't need to pay any tax to them.

AdamJensen
05-28-2020, 08:22 AM
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Lilykevin86
07-18-2020, 01:54 AM
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acobloom
10-01-2020, 03:27 AM
So I registered a company name with Ohio. I applied for an EIN (Employment identification number) filling out the ss4 form. In the form I stated that I will have employees in June 2017. As a result, the IRS sent me a letter to file employee tax returns in a month.
Now I don't even own a business yet. I will likely acquire a running business next year. Am I supposed to file with the IRS? A couple of people online said that I can file a "zero" form. Is that necessary?

You can file a zero form if your business hasn't up yet.
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topmover12
10-20-2020, 05:00 AM
By and large, for 2019 duties a solitary individual under age 65 possibly needs to record if their changed gross salary surpasses $12,200. In any case, on the off chance that you are independently employed you are needed to document an expense form if your overall gain from your business is $400 or more.

raviseo120
10-21-2020, 11:17 AM
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moverdubai12
11-11-2020, 02:05 AM
Consistently, a huge number of small business proprietors get an expense discount from the IRS. ... "Assessed charges" is the term for these installments. The IRS would pay you a discount in particular in the event that you overpaid your assessed charges during the year. For this situation, it implies you paid to the IRS more in assessed charge than what you wind up owing.

raviseo120
11-12-2020, 11:07 AM
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11-20-2020, 03:57 AM
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12-23-2020, 08:29 PM
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01-23-2021, 02:24 AM
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lishmaliny
03-10-2021, 07:15 AM
It depends on the type of business entity and the type of taxes you pay.

RaniaRanii3
05-08-2021, 03:32 PM
A Checklist for First-Time Filers of Business Tax Returns. Audit the Business Tax Return Completely. Pick an Accounting Basis. Pick a Depreciation Method. Recall Your Home Office Deduction. Remember Non-Employee Compensation. Monitor Automobile Expenses. Plan for Paying Self-Employment Tax.

RaniaRanii3
05-22-2021, 12:08 AM
Government personal expense retaining; Federal joblessness (FUTA) charge. For extra data, allude to Employment Taxes for Small Businesses.