• How can you delete your Yahoo Email but still be able to post within Yahoo Answers?

    Is that possible? If so, how?
    Is that possible? If so, how?
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 4 days ago
  • How can you delete your Yahoo Email but still be able to post within Yahoo Answers?

    Is that possible? If so, how?
    Is that possible? If so, how?
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 4 days ago
  • With other sources of income, how do you know what you have to pay taxes on?

    Obviously I know with full time and part time jobs you have to pay taxes. But what about miscellaneous forms of income? I've always been confused about that. Is there a way you can dumb it down or give a general rule of thumb? Some examples: 1. Userfeel.com website or websites like it where you can receive just random money for jobs (It's a... show more
    Obviously I know with full time and part time jobs you have to pay taxes. But what about miscellaneous forms of income? I've always been confused about that. Is there a way you can dumb it down or give a general rule of thumb? Some examples: 1. Userfeel.com website or websites like it where you can receive just random money for jobs (It's a website that allows you to receive $10 to your paypal account for every 20 minute review you give) If you do have to pay taxes on this, do you receive like a W-2 at end of year like a normal job or what? 2.) Kroger, Walmart, etc. surveys on their receipts that says you can enter a contest to win like $3,000 cash/check or gift cards. I can't think of other examples at the moment but I'm just wondering in general on anything random that gives you some form of income but doesn't consist of a regular or part time job...how do you know if you have to pay taxes on it and how do you if you don't receive a W-2, etc. from them?
    7 answers · United States · 3 weeks ago
  • Do tire pressure gauges let air out of your tires?

    I feel like the few times I've used a tire pressure gauge on the tires for my vehicle (the simple ones that look like a pen), I've noticed they let a little bit of air out of the tire while checking it again afterwards...is this true?
    I feel like the few times I've used a tire pressure gauge on the tires for my vehicle (the simple ones that look like a pen), I've noticed they let a little bit of air out of the tire while checking it again afterwards...is this true?
    8 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 weeks ago
  • Do tire pressure gauges let air out of your tires?

    I feel like the few times I've used a tire pressure gauge on the tires for my vehicle (the simple ones that look like a pen), I've noticed they let some air out of the tire while checking it again afterwards...is this true?
    I feel like the few times I've used a tire pressure gauge on the tires for my vehicle (the simple ones that look like a pen), I've noticed they let some air out of the tire while checking it again afterwards...is this true?
    4 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 weeks ago
  • Thoughts on this 2013 Toyota Prius and if its a good deal to purchase?

    Found a used 2013 Toyota Prius 4. Pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles. Its a 4 Cylinder Hatchback. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it. They are asking $12,500. They dont know about the previous owners but its never been in a... show more
    Found a used 2013 Toyota Prius 4. Pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles. Its a 4 Cylinder Hatchback. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it. They are asking $12,500. They dont know about the previous owners but its never been in a wreck from their ownership. I've never owned a hybrid before. My dad checked out the car and took it to his mechanic. Car has a few scratches but nothing major. In terms of maintenance, mechanic said the front 2 tires are very worn and needs alignment (dad noticed the steering wheel veered to the right while driving). Mechanic said alignment would completely fix the steering wheel veering to the right issue. Mechanic also noticed a nail in the front right tire.Other than that mechanic said the car looked great mechanically. The owner also has the extended warranty on the vehicle and that if I want the extended warranty I would have to pay an additional $700 to transfer it (so $13,200 instead of $12,500) She said it is 5 years or 95,000 more miles left on it. That would mean I would have to go to the Toyota dealership to have it transferred over, but should I do that? Whats included in an extended warranty and what all does that mean? So what do you guys think? Also do you think it's worth being able to ask them to knock off like $500-600 for the 2 new tires and alignment? What's fair?Does this sound like a good deal in all to you guys?
    1 answer · Buying & Selling · 2 months ago
  • Thoughts on this 2013 Toyota Prius and if it's a good deal to purchase?

    Found a used 2013 Toyota Prius 4. Pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles. Its a 4 Cylinder Hatchback. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it. They are asking $12,500. They dont know about the previous owners but its never been in a... show more
    Found a used 2013 Toyota Prius 4. Pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles. Its a 4 Cylinder Hatchback. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it. They are asking $12,500. They dont know about the previous owners but its never been in a wreck from their ownership. I've never owned a hybrid before. My dad checked out the car and took it to his mechanic. Car has a few scratches but nothing major. In terms of maintenance, mechanic said the front 2 tires are very worn and needs alignment (dad noticed the steering wheel veered to the right while driving). Mechanic said alignment would completely fix the steering wheel veering to the right issue. Mechanic also noticed a nail in the front right tire.Other than that mechanic said the car looked great mechanically. The owner also has the extended warranty on the vehicle and that if I want the extended warranty I would have to pay an additional $700 to transfer it (so $13,200 instead of $12,500) She said it is 5 years or 95,000 more miles left on it. That would mean I would have to go to the Toyota dealership to have it transferred over, but should I do that? Whats included in an extended warranty and what all does that mean? So what do you guys think? Also do you think it's worth being able to ask them to knock off like $500-600 for the 2 new tires and alignment? What's fair?Does this sound like a good deal in all to you guys?
    6 answers · Toyota · 2 months ago
  • Thoughts on this 2013 Toyota Prius and about them in general?

    I have an old high school friend acquaintance who's mom is selling her elderly parents 2013 Toyota Prius. The pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles on it. It's a 4 Cylinder Hatch Back. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it.... show more
    I have an old high school friend acquaintance who's mom is selling her elderly parents 2013 Toyota Prius. The pictures show it in almost perfect condition. It only has 32,899 miles on it. It's a 4 Cylinder Hatch Back. They bought it 2 years ago and only have driven 5000 miles on it in those 2 years. They bought it with 25,000 miles on it. They are asking $12,500 for it. They don't know about the previous owners but it's never been in a wreck from their ownership of it. The only problem with it is it's like this sea glass pearl green color that I'm not totally in love with and in addition, I'm wondering if a Prius is more of a female looking car. Might I look odd as a male driving it? So should I pursue it more do you think? I don't know much about Prius at all...I've only had Camrys or Avalons. Your thoughts? Are these good cars, etc.? What does a hybrid mean? What's the differences between Prius and regular cars like Camrys or Avalons? Does it take normal regular gas, etc. Thanks.
    12 answers · Toyota · 2 months ago
  • How do you decide on a spot for physical therapy?

    In regards to your insurance...is it just like a doctor's office to where you want to choose one "in network" as opposed to "out of network"? Or for PT visits does that not matter and they accept all forms of insurance? Meaning payment amounts are the same for everyone?
    In regards to your insurance...is it just like a doctor's office to where you want to choose one "in network" as opposed to "out of network"? Or for PT visits does that not matter and they accept all forms of insurance? Meaning payment amounts are the same for everyone?
    Other - General Health Care · 2 months ago
  • How do you decide on a spot for physical therapy?

    In regards to your insurance...is it just like a doctor's office to where you want to choose one "in network" as opposed to "out of network"? Or for PT visits does that not matter and they accept all forms of insurance? Meaning payment amounts are the same for everyone?
    In regards to your insurance...is it just like a doctor's office to where you want to choose one "in network" as opposed to "out of network"? Or for PT visits does that not matter and they accept all forms of insurance? Meaning payment amounts are the same for everyone?
    1 answer · Pain & Pain Management · 2 months ago
  • Can someone explain this retirement contribution wording?

    First off, mandatory for you to give is 3 percent of your salary and employer matches 3 percent dollar for dollar. I understand that part. But then it says: "Voluntary: any contribution above the mandatory level. Employer matches 2 percent of your voluntary contributions dollar for dollar as long as you contribute at least 2 percent." I... show more
    First off, mandatory for you to give is 3 percent of your salary and employer matches 3 percent dollar for dollar. I understand that part. But then it says: "Voluntary: any contribution above the mandatory level. Employer matches 2 percent of your voluntary contributions dollar for dollar as long as you contribute at least 2 percent." I get a little confused by that voluntary wording...can someone explain or give me an example? Does it mean if you contribute an additional 2 percent they will match with 2 percent, if you contribute an additional 3 percent they will match with 3 percent, etc? But you have to do at least 2 percent voluntarily more? Or does it mean if you contribute voluntarily at least 3 percent for example they still only do 2 percent no matter what? And does that contribution of at least 2 percent voluntarily include the 3 percent you are already mandatory have to contribute? Meaning you can't just contribute an additional 1 percent for a total of 4 percent in all right?
    8 answers · Personal Finance · 3 months ago
  • How do you report interest from a checking account on your taxes if you are filing married separate but both your names are on the account?

    Let's say you received such a small amount of interest from a checking or savings that you didn't even receive a 1099 from your bank because it was less than $10 but you still want to include it. Let's say the amount was $1.16 in total. Do just one of you need to report it and the other leaves it off or do you split it 50/50 and one... show more
    Let's say you received such a small amount of interest from a checking or savings that you didn't even receive a 1099 from your bank because it was less than $10 but you still want to include it. Let's say the amount was $1.16 in total. Do just one of you need to report it and the other leaves it off or do you split it 50/50 and one person reports .58 and the other also reports .58? Or what is the right way? Also, do you have to report interest from checking/savings accounts on just federal taxes or also state taxes too?
    12 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • Do all state tax returns, but specifically Tennessee, require you to report interest from checking/savings accounts?

    I know on the federal level anything checking or savings account interest over .49 per account is taxable on the federal tax return. But what about for all state tax returns? Do all states require you to pay taxes on interest on just checking or savings accounts? More specifically, also Tennessee. I know Tennessee doesn't have a state income... show more
    I know on the federal level anything checking or savings account interest over .49 per account is taxable on the federal tax return. But what about for all state tax returns? Do all states require you to pay taxes on interest on just checking or savings accounts? More specifically, also Tennessee. I know Tennessee doesn't have a state income tax but they do have state tax on dividend and investment income over $1250 but what about interest from a checking or savings? Does that mean you don't have to pay taxes on it because it's not a dividend or investment income? Or is it considered that? Tennessee's website says these are examples of non-taxable interest so I assume no for Tennessee right? "On savings accounts, checking accounts, and money market accounts located inside or outside Tennessee. (Not money market funds - See Taxable Dividends)"
    4 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • Question about savings bonds and reporting them on taxes?

    My uncle gave me savings bonds.Its a patriot bond,Series EE.The denomination is $50,the issue price is $25,the interest right now on it is $27.10,value of it right now is $52.10 and the final maturity of it is 5/2028 1.)So is what he paid for this example, $25?Is that what issue price means?Then what does the $50 denomination represent,like what... show more
    My uncle gave me savings bonds.Its a patriot bond,Series EE.The denomination is $50,the issue price is $25,the interest right now on it is $27.10,value of it right now is $52.10 and the final maturity of it is 5/2028 1.)So is what he paid for this example, $25?Is that what issue price means?Then what does the $50 denomination represent,like what does that $50 mean?Just an amount that the bond can at least get to with interest included? 2.)From my understanding,you have to report these on taxes for the calendar year depending on if you cash it or when final maturity hits,whichever happens first, correct?If that's so, and you let maturity hit first and you don't go to cash it for a while,how does the bank or government know where to contact you and send your 1099 that reports it?Because I got all these as a kid and my address has changed a lot?I've never anyone regarding these my contact info to my knowledge?I understand that if you cash it first before maturity hits, then you would probably just give some information at the bank on where to send your 1099 that reports it or they just give you the 1099 there at the counter? 3.)Which part do you report on taxes?Again use my example and for this question let's say the final maturity is right now instead of 5/2028.Do you only report the interest amount of $27.10 on your taxes?Why not the whole value of it when the maturity is done so in this case $52.10?Because the whole $52.10 amount is income and not just the interest of $27.10?
    6 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • How do you allocate your stocks to report them on a state tax return if you lived only there part of the year?

    Let's say you lived in two different states one year and have to file a state tax return for each. Let's also say you have stocks and received a 1099 and it has the 1099-INT, 1099-DIV and/or 1099-B boxes included in it. For federal return it's easy because you just give them those box numbers for the year but how do you break those box... show more
    Let's say you lived in two different states one year and have to file a state tax return for each. Let's also say you have stocks and received a 1099 and it has the 1099-INT, 1099-DIV and/or 1099-B boxes included in it. For federal return it's easy because you just give them those box numbers for the year but how do you break those box numbers down into two different states you lived in for your state tax return? Can you just take those yearly numbers and prorate it based off the number of days you lived in the state and that's accurate enough for the state? Or do you have to do it based off when the actual transaction occurred and do it from the transaction date to when you left the state? If the latter, that seems hard because sometimes the transaction date is not on the 1099 form and just says "various".
    5 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • Can you go back and forth in the future between filing taxes as married jointly or separately?

    Just in general with the IRS and also on the TurboTax system? Not that I would, I'm just curious if you are allowed to change it up from how you filed it the previous year if you ever feel you need to. Whether it's switch it every year or switch it once every three years, etc. Is that allowed? Thanks. I just read an article online from... show more
    Just in general with the IRS and also on the TurboTax system? Not that I would, I'm just curious if you are allowed to change it up from how you filed it the previous year if you ever feel you need to. Whether it's switch it every year or switch it once every three years, etc. Is that allowed? Thanks. I just read an article online from 2011 that said if you file a joint return, you cannot file separate returns for the tax year immediately following the first year in which you filed the joint return. For the subsequent tax year, you can switch to separate returns. For example, if you first filed a joint return for 2010, you cannot file separate returns in 2011 and you have to wait until 2012 to file separate returns. Is that true?
    7 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • If my wife has stocks, which online package of TurboTax do I need?

    My wife has stocks, other than that our situation is simple with no house, no kids, etc. If we file jointly, which online version of TurboTax would we need? Deluxe or Premier?
    My wife has stocks, other than that our situation is simple with no house, no kids, etc. If we file jointly, which online version of TurboTax would we need? Deluxe or Premier?
    4 answers · United States · 6 months ago
  • If your spouse didn't work in a state with income tax the previous year, do you still file joint if that's how you filed it for federal?

    Say you file your federal tax return as married filing jointly. Obviously, your state tax return filing status needs to match so if only you worked in a state and your wife didn't, would you still then file your state tax return as jointly? Even though it's only you who worked in the state? California in this situation.
    Say you file your federal tax return as married filing jointly. Obviously, your state tax return filing status needs to match so if only you worked in a state and your wife didn't, would you still then file your state tax return as jointly? Even though it's only you who worked in the state? California in this situation.
    9 answers · United States · 7 months ago
  • Do state tax returns need to be postmarked by April 17 or received by April 17? Specifically California state tax return?

    I know for federal tax returns if you mail them, they only need to be postmarked by April 17 and not received by April 17. But are state tax returns the same way...just at least postmarked by then if I send it in by mail? I am referring to California state taxes.
    I know for federal tax returns if you mail them, they only need to be postmarked by April 17 and not received by April 17. But are state tax returns the same way...just at least postmarked by then if I send it in by mail? I am referring to California state taxes.
    5 answers · United States · 7 months ago
  • Which package of TurboTax do I need to use for my situation for taxes?

    I'm either filing married jointly or separate using I guess the online version instead of the desktop. I myself have to do a state tax return as well but she doesn't. My wife has a few stocks but she doesn't have a state tax return to do, only a federal one. Everything else is simple...we don't own a home or anything else... show more
    I'm either filing married jointly or separate using I guess the online version instead of the desktop. I myself have to do a state tax return as well but she doesn't. My wife has a few stocks but she doesn't have a state tax return to do, only a federal one. Everything else is simple...we don't own a home or anything else complicated. Before I was married, I always just used 1040EZ for myself and did it by hand. This is my first year using TurboTax and I'm not sure what package I need to use? If it was just me I'm sure I could just use the Free Edition but with our situation...which package should I use? And which tax form would I use for my situation whether I do joint or separate for all examples? 1040EZ, 1040A or 1040?
    5 answers · United States · 7 months ago