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Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service DECLARATION Executor s Commissions and Attorney s Fees Estate of Date of Death I We penalties of perjury that my our total commissions of estate and total attorney s fees of will be paid as follows Social Security Number of Payee Name and Address of Payee declare under to administer this have been agreed upon and have been or Total Amount Paid or to be Paid Date Paid has been or will be claimed as Of the commissions or fees shown above only...
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If the required amount exceeds, the estate must file Form 1041 (or Form 1125) with the IRS (see the instructions on page 5 of the Form 1125). Income Tax Refunds If the estate receives a tax refund: Form 8858, Estate Tax Refund, is used to claim the refund. Report your refund to the IRS at the correct address on the form. Claim to a Death Benefit if the estate receives a death benefit: Report on the application for any death benefit claimed. For a list of death benefits, or information on whether an adjustment of the value of the amount of the estate's estate tax exemption from use in computing federal estate tax, visit the Treasury Department's site. Use Your Estate Tax Refund to Pay Off Debt: You can use your refund to pay off your student loans or other debts. You must first use your estate tax refund. Then you can use the balance from your refund to pay such debt as you have determined. You can't get out of paying a debt by simply claiming that you have used any of your refund to pay it. For example, if you pay your student loans that have a balance of 12,000, and you receive a refund of 10,000, you must pay the remaining balance due on or before April of the year after your exemption for the tax year. The Value of Qualifying Education Tuition and Related Supplies Qualifying education tuition and related supplies include tuition and related supplies, including room and board, books and supplies, and any other fees or costs that relate to the tuition, including tuition and other qualified interest on borrowed or guaranteed funds. The IRS uses the value of the goods or services purchased by individuals attending qualifying colleges, schools, or universities to determine if a loan is forgiven on that item. For information about qualifying education tuition and related supplies, go to the IRS website at IRS.gov/Tuition-forgiveness/taxes/qualifying-education.htm. Loan Forgiveness For Tax Refunded Income To be eligible for loan forgiveness, all dependent estates must have either a tax exemption or a qualifying education exemption that exceeds the gross income of the estate.
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Percy thank you good morning artists my name is Robert Johnson from the fervor gray Robinson representing the appellate we are here today discussing matters that really a curse started in 2002 and that's when the decedent Jerome Ruin with the assistance of three lawyers one in Ohio one in Pennsylvania and one in Florida executed documents to implement what was described by the Florida lawyer as Mr. Rubens a state plan he wanted to roll over his IRA into his pension plan which he formed in 2002 he executed in two thousand to the forum investments retirement plan the Fordham investments retirement plan trust and established forum Investments Inc in which he was the president his spouse was the vice president and his Florida attorney Mr. Name was the secretary is there a tax advantage to the rollover I don't know the answer to that obviously he made a determination that this would be the better place with the guidance of his lawyers to place the money that he had in the IRA I'm just curious as to why that is an advantage and I apologize I mean the litigator and not the tax lawyer and I don't know the theory I'm specifically behind that whether it would be substantial tax savings for him over the years again the problem that we do face now is that if in fact the lower court ruling is correct that would then roll over within the income to Mr. Wooten 2002 and that's what our major concern is here today and in addition to that what has happened is the plan that Mr. Ruin has put into place signing all of these documents would be destroyed a question though here really it seemed to me and I don't mean to get to the point that I'm that kind of guy you don't mind I just kind of like I get that a point the point really is this a viable corporation because the corporation must be viable to sustain the tax advantage and the question is does a state probate court cinnamon its probe a jurisdiction have a right to make that determination or is it undermining the letter ruling given by the IRS and I think those are separate issues I think a state probate court sitting and with probate jurisdiction exclusively has the right to determine what assets are in an estate and what assets are not in an estate and if it and also has the right to determine is a corporation with a Bible form is it operable is it really a corporation at all and if not then the assets of that corporation are not inside that corporate entity, so the issue is I'm shannon you've taken the position is how can a state court sitting in probate undermine the IRS is letter ruling which said this is an authorized plan with me on this corporation it was a qualified letter quick at the time it said the corporation for the moment is fine and then we sort of have this process later on were even the decedent and his wife sort of talk to Mr. not our communicate with Mr. niacin have we done enough to sort of foot this corporation, and he said no yeah you need to do more so won't you take it from there well...