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FAQ

Is it illegal for my boss to fill out the tax papers to tell them how much to take out?
It would be illegal for an employer to fill out a W-4 form for you.However, if you have not signed a W-4 form and given it to your employer, the employer is still required to withhold taxes. If I remember correctly they must do as if you'd filled out the form as single with 0 exemptions.If you want to change what your employer is withholding, you should be able to go to Internal Revenue Service, print out a W-4 form, fill it out and give it to your employer.If after that your withholding doesn't change in a reasonable time (I think they're allowed a couple of weeks), then talk to the IRS.
If I donate my blog's advertising inventory to charity by running ads for them, how much can I claim as a charitable contribution for tax purposes?
A rule of thumb is that claimed deduction to charity (or for expenses) may be used to reduce part of the taxable income earned by the activity.  If you have little or no income from the activity (which becomes a hobby), the IRS will take a dim view of deduction claims against other income.I'm not a tax attorney and do not speak for the IRS.  I draw on my experience earning token income as a soccer referee.
How much can you donate to charities tax-free in the US?
As much as you want.  There are no limits on how much you can contribute.  There are limits on how much you can deduct on your tax return.  For cash contributions, the limit is 50% of Adjusted Gross Income.  Any amounts in excess can be carried forwardFor contributions of appreciated properties or securities, the limit is 30% of AGI unless it is to a Private Foundation in which case it is 20% of AGI.
How much can you deduct on taxes if you donate $1000 to a 501c3?
The IRS has an entire publication (Publication 526 (2022), Charitable Contributions) dedicated to donations which should tell us that there are many complex cases based on fact patterns.  Nevertheless, I'll make an attempt to answer your question, which in short is, it depends.The IRS rule is that donations are only deductible if you itemize your deductions.  Therefore if you take standard deduction, you get no tax  benefit if you donate $1,000 to a 501(c)(3). The reason is because you can only claim standard or itemize, but not both, and you're better off taking the standard deductions over the itemized which, in this example, is only the donation deduction of $1,000. If you itemize your returns, then proceed.. The general rule is that if you donate $1,000 cash or property and you receive a benefit from it then you can only deduct the amount that exceeds the fair market value of the benefit received. For example, if you donated $1,000 to an Elton John benefit concert of a 501(c)(3) organization and the current market value to go see Sir Elton John in concert is, say, $520 on ticketmaster.com, then your deductible donation is $480. Same goes if you donated $1,000 to a qualified charitable organization like POR Pants Off Racing a pancreatic cancer charity and received a Meerkat T-Shirt. If the shirt normally sells for $20, then your deductible donation would be $980.Once you figured out the amount of $1,000 donation that is deductible, your next step is to determine how much of that amount is limited... The general rule is that your donation is deductible up to 50% of your adjusted gross income ("AGI"). So if you wrote a check for $10 to a 501(c)(3) organization and your AGI is $16 then you can deduct up to $8 in the current year and the $2 can generally be carried forward over 5 years. So, if we assume the following: 1. you're itemizing 2. you did not receive any benefit from the $1,000 donation, and  3. you made more than $2,000 in AGI in the current year ($1,000/50%) then we can come to a logical conclusion that if you donated $1,000 to a 501(c)(3) organization, you can deduct $1,000 on your federal tax return and your federal tax benefit is $1,000 times your effective tax rate. For example, if your effective tax rate is 18%, then theoretically you get $180 back from the IRS from your donation of $1,000. Unless the above message ("this message") expressly provides that the statements contained therein ("the statements") are intended to constitute written tax advice within the meaning of IRS Circular 230 §10.37, the sender intends by this message to communicate general information for discussion purposes only, and you should not, therefore, interpret the statements to be written tax advice or rely on the statements for any purpose. The sender will conclude that you have understood and acknowledged this important cautionary notice unless you communicate to the sender any questions you may have in a direct electronic reply to this message.
How can you fill out the W-8BEN form (no tax treaty)?
A payer of a reportable payment may treat a payee as foreign if the payer receives an applicable Form W-8 from the payee. Prthis Form W-8BEN to the requestor if you are a foreign individual that is a participating payee receiving payments in settlement of payment card transactions that are not effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business of the payee.As stated by Mr. Ivanov below, Since Jordan is not one of the countries listed as a tax treaty country, it appears that you would only complete Part I of the Form W-8BEN, Sign your name and date the Certification in Part III.http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i...Hope this is helpful.
Can you really make money by completing surveys online?
The paid survey process is fairly straightforward. You sign up with a paid survey site and complete a member profile. Then, they send you an email any time they have a survey that matches your profile. A typical e-mail invitation will include an eof how long the survey will take to complete, specify how you'll be compensated for your time (if you qualify), and pra link to the survey.Expect to spend 15-20 minutes per survey on average.Payment for SurveysPayment for surveys can vary widely from site to site and from survey to survey. Expect to be compensated one of three ways: with cash (anywhere from $1 to $50 per survey), with points that can be redeemed for prizes, or with sweepstakes entries. In some instances, you may also be rewarded with new products to try.Have a specific type of reward that you'd like to receive (Amazon gift cards, PayPal deposits, cash)?How to Avoid Survey Scams?While there are a lot of reputable survey sites on the web, there are also a lot of not-so-reputable sites. Avoid any survey site that:Requires you to pay a membership feeGuarantees you a set incomeDoes not make clear how you'll be rewarded for your participationAsks for too much personal information • you shouldn't have to give out your Social Security Number, credit card number or your bank account informationDoes not post a privacy policySells member information to third partiesWhere to Find Reputable Survey CompaniesWhile a simple web search for "paid surveys" will turn up lots of opportunities, it won't necessarily turn up the most reputable opportunities. For that, it's best to trust the opinion of experienced survey-takers.Here's where to find them:My Favorite Survey Sites- These are the survey sites that we use and recommend (they're open to U.S. residents).SurveyVoices- This website allows survey-takers to rate survey sites across a range of criterion: speed of payment, the reliability of website (doesn't crash during surveys), quality of customer service, recruiting practices, adherence to privacy standards, etc. It then uses this data to rank the sites and posts the top ten survey sites on its homepage. SurveyVoices also allows users to file complaints against survey sites and attempts to remedy them.My Points- This widely-respected website provides a database of "the best" paid survey sites based on pay and other criteria. Earn $5 on sign up. Usually there is a Survey daily.Tips to Maximize Your Survey EarningsSign up for several survey sites to increase your chance of getting surveys.Respond to survey invitations promptly • spaces are limited and usually fills up fastKeep your profile up to date. It's used to determine which surveys you qualify for.Sign up here: http://bit.ly/inboxdo
How much can you deduct for income tax purposes in charitable giving without having to pritemized documentation?
There is a limit of 50% of your AGI for the deduction for charitable contributions. Most of us are not in a position to hit that limit• If you donate substantially more than is common at your income level, you may be asked for documentation and undocumented donations may be disallowed.If you have substantial cash contributions, get receipts. Remember that donations must be to registered charities to qualify - donating to a GoFundMe request for help with medical bills would not qualify, for example.If you have non-cash contributions (say items donated to Goodwill or that church rummage sale) valued at over $500 collectively, you need an itemized receipt that includes a list of contributed items and their FMV (fair market value). For high-ticket items like vehicles, jewelry, or art work, you may need an appraisal to prove the FMV.
How much does the IRS allow you to spend on marketing for tax deduction purposes?
There’s no fixed limit as long as it’s clearly a business expense.Also if the amount is large enough so that the business is operating at a loss, then you are on thin ice since the IRS may decide that you aren’t running a business at all.
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