I recently had to close out a safety deposit box and found a 40 year old certificate for the original "Ma Bell" (American Telephone & Telegraph" company. I can turn it into my financial adviser/broker and let them figure it out, but I'm curious as to whether I can somehow figure out what that read more...In article: What does a 40 year old AT&T share become??
The situation is that my client submitted a Form 8288-A with an old SSN and received a stamped copy from IRS a while ago. Then, he filed his personal tax return with a new SSN after getting VISA. Is it possible to amend the Form 8288-A and claim the withholding? read more...In article: Amending Form 8288-A
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