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Hi tax experts,

I have recently received a CP2000 notice saying that I owed some tax on
2003. I recieved a check from a company on 2003 that I did not report to IRS
when I filed my 2003 return. I did a consulting work for the company on
2001, and they didn't send me the check until 2003. Is that income subject
to 2001 tax or 2003? If it is 2001, since it has passed 3 years already, do
I still need to do any amendment? Do I really need to pay tax for that
income I supposed to receive on 2001? If not, what should I do for the
notice?

Thanks for any advise.

Gordon
 
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Wayne Brasch

newsgroups.comcast.net said:
Hi tax experts,

I have recently received a CP2000 notice saying that I owed some tax on
2003. I recieved a check from a company on 2003 that I did not report to
IRS
when I filed my 2003 return. I did a consulting work for the company on
2001, and they didn't send me the check until 2003. Is that income subject
to 2001 tax or 2003? If it is 2001, since it has passed 3 years already,
do
I still need to do any amendment? Do I really need to pay tax for that
income I supposed to receive on 2001? If not, what should I do for the
notice?

Thanks for any advise.

Gordon
It should have been reported on the return for the year in which you got the
money-not when it was earned.

Wayne Brasch, CPA, M. S. Taxation
 
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Paul A Thomas

newsgroups.comcast.net said:
I have recently received a CP2000 notice saying that I owed
some tax on 2003. I recieved a check from a company on
2003 that I did not report to IRS when I filed my 2003 return.
I did a consulting work for the company on 2001, and they
didn't send me the check until 2003. Is that income subject
to 2001 tax or 2003?


It is included in your income in the year you received it.

So 2003.

And yes, you owe some tax, but you may, or may not, have expenses you
incured to generate that income.

Maybe think (fast) about seeing a CPA or EA for help in the best way to
resolve the matter.
 
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AK

Paul A Thomas said:
It is included in your income in the year you received it.

So 2003.

And yes, you owe some tax, but you may, or may not, have expenses you
incured to generate that income.

Maybe think (fast) about seeing a CPA or EA for help in the best way to
resolve the matter.
 
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AK

Paul A Thomas said:
Maybe think (fast) about seeing a CPA or EA for help in the best way to
resolve the matter.
But beware of Paul Thomas types.
 
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Paul

I see you are up to your old usual, offering no real advice (not even bad
advice).

Don't you have, like a foreign travel group that you need to go bitch in?
 
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AK

Paul said:
I see you are up to your old usual, offering no real advice (not even bad
advice).

Not letting Paul Thomas get his hooks into someone is good and real advice,
Paul.

ak
 
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Paul

So as I said, you don't have any legitimate advice for this person's real
problem.

You 're getting to be as bad as the tax protestors you admire.
 
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AK

Well Paul, I don't admire the protesters. I do wish some of their energy
could be used to work on a better IRS and a competent Congress. It's jerks
like you, Paul, that creates many of the protesters who otherwise would just
work on making the tax system simpler, fairer, and insist that it be run by
competent and honest government people. Of course, a better tax system would
be a system that wouldn't be as lucrative for Paul Thomas, the JERK - so you
want to keep all the disgruntled taxpayers of America either running to tax
preparers to figure out the tax mess (at a big cost in time and money) or
see them being sent to prison. Just what America needs - more tax money
being spent on prisons because of the stupid tax system that hurts the GNP,
but makes money for Thomas. You are some jerk, Thomas. ak
 
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Paul A Thomas

AK said:
Well Paul, I don't admire the protesters.

They seem to be your only friends. What does that say about you?


You are some jerk, Thomas. ak

So as I said, you don't have any legitimate advice for this person's real
problem.

You 're getting to be as bad as the tax protestors you admire.



--
"For those who believe, no explanation is necessary. For those who do not,
none will suffice." - Joseph Dunniger

Paul A. Thomas, CPA
Athens, Georgia
taxman at negia.net
 
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AK

Paul A Thomas said:
They seem to be your only friends. What does that say about you?
Are you suggesting that you have ANY friends, Paul Thomas?
So as I said, you don't have any legitimate advice for this person's real
problem.
Better advice than your "send me your money" so called "advice."

It's jerks like you, Paul, that creates many of the protesters who
otherwise would just work on making the tax system simpler, fairer, and
insist that it be run by competent and honest government people. Of course,
a better tax system would be a system that wouldn't be as lucrative for Paul
Thomas, the JERK - so you want to keep all the disgruntled taxpayers of
America either running to tax preparers to figure out the tax mess (at a big
cost in time and money) or see them being sent to prison. Just what America
needs - more tax money being spent on prisons because of the stupid tax
system that hurts the GNP, but makes money for Thomas. You are the jerk of
jerks, Paul Thomas.
ak
 
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Paul A Thomas

AK said:
Better advice than your "send me your money" so called "advice."

Ok Andy, you got me there........or not. Please post one of my responses
where I have asked for business (as in "call me") or suggested that they use
my services (as in "send me your money"). Please, just one.

Of course, you could just be telling lies.


It's jerks like you, Paul, that creates many of the protesters

Who ever you want to blame on your lawless actions Andy, that's fine with
me.

It's amazing though, every group you frequent, you draw out people's ire.

It's no wonder you had to move as often as you did.




So as I said, you don't have any legitimate advice for this person's real
problem.

Do you, actually have, ANY advice for the OP's situation?


Thought not.
 
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AK

Paul A Thomas said:
Ok Andy, you got me there........or not. Please post one of my responses
where I have asked for business (as in "call me") or suggested that they use
my services (as in "send me your money"). Please, just one.
From: "Paul A Thomas" <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: us.taxes
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: CP2000
" . . . .
Maybe think (fast) about seeing a CPA or EA for help in the best way to
resolve the matter.
--
Paul A. Thomas, CPA
Athens, Georgia
taxman at negia.net "
==================================

And Paul Thomas just happens to be a CPA who - for a nice fat fee - would
"help in the best way to resolve the matter." Harrumph, Harrumph!!
 
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Paul A Thomas

Andy, I don't care who people see, as long as it is a professional in that
field. Preferably a CPA or EA for tax and accounting issues, although there
are lots of others that aren't licensed or regulated who are very good at
what they do.

I prefer they see someone close to where they work or live, as that person
should be more readily avaialable to answer their questions, and be fluent
on the state and local issues that arise.

But thanks for pointing out that I didn't ask for his business, and
therefore, you just proved that you lied, again.



--
"For those who believe, no explanation is necessary. For those who do not,
none will suffice." - Joseph Dunniger

Paul A. Thomas, CPA
Athens, Georgia
taxman at negia.net
 
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AK

Paul A Thomas said:
Andy, I don't care who people see, as long as it is a professional in that
field. Preferably a CPA or EA for tax and accounting issues, although there
are lots of others that aren't licensed or regulated who are very good at
what they do.

I prefer they see someone close to where they work or live, as that person
should be more readily avaialable to answer their questions, and be fluent
on the state and local issues that arise.

But thanks for pointing out that I didn't ask for his business, and
therefore, you just proved that you lied, again.
Oh, really? You have a good imagination, and that's about all, Paul Thomas.

ak
 
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Paul

Your post was on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at 4:25 PM



I take it from the title, that you are heading to bed.



I guess all that thinking you did today tuckered you out.
 
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dable

AK said:
Are you suggesting that you have ANY friends, Paul Thomas?

Better advice than your "send me your money" so called "advice."

It's jerks like you, Paul, that creates many of the protesters who
otherwise would just work on making the tax system simpler, fairer, and
insist that it be run by competent and honest government people. Of course,
a better tax system would be a system that wouldn't be as lucrative for Paul
Thomas, the JERK - so you want to keep all the disgruntled taxpayers of
America either running to tax preparers to figure out the tax mess (at a big
cost in time and money) or see them being sent to prison. Just what America
needs - more tax money being spent on prisons because of the stupid tax
system that hurts the GNP, but makes money for Thomas. You are the jerk of
jerks, Paul Thomas.
ak
 
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AK

Paul said:
Your post was on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at 4:25 PM



I take it from the title, that you are heading to bed.

No - I figured you would be passed out by now Thomas. ak
 
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Paul A Thomas

AK said:
I figured


Yes, and we all know how good your math skills are.


Say, do you have ANY proof that your statements are correct?

"The most ludicrous interpretation of this is that for "the security of a
free State" someone must belong to a government organization in order to
"keep and bear Arms." Of course, that's what the JERK thinks."

"No Paul - it was based on what you posted some time ago. But you probably
can't remember it. But that's OK. We understand."

"Thomas - and you did make a post suggesting that
to keep personal fire arms in the home, one needed
to be part of the National Guard."


Just one shred of evidence that I said anything closely resembling what you
insisted I said.

Anything?


No?


Liar.




--
Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.
Isaac Asimov (1920 - 1992), Salvor Hardin in "Foundation"

Paul A. Thomas, CPA
Athens, Georgia
taxman at negia.net
 

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