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Hi Vj peps, has anyone here has knowledge about IRS my friend was married to her

husband Nov 1, 2011 and her husband passed away ending of 2013, and here comes

the IRS sent her a noticed that she owed IRS of 2012 taxable year and that's from 2011

Is she -( my friend) will pay this? and it is much much money to pay and she has no money

to pay for that as she work only by the hours depending how the company needs workers

so not much money to pay for this IRS thing.

Your response is highly appreciated guys.

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Yes, she is probably supposed to pay.

But more information is required. Where were they living then, and so where were they tax resident?

I also don't understand what you mean when you say she owes "2012 tax year from 2011".

Does she know why her husband didn't pay taxes then?

If she does owe, she may be able to work out a phased payment schedule with the IRS to make it easier.

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Yes, she is probably supposed to pay.

But more information is required. Where were they living then, and so where were they tax resident?

I also don't understand what you mean when you say she owes "2012 tax year from 2011".

Does she know why her husband didn't pay taxes then?

If she does owe, she may be able to work out a phased payment schedule with the IRS to make it easier.

Thank you Owen_London for your response, her husband had filed joint-the 1040 for fiscal year 2012

but like for example the IRA of her husband on that year 2012- that he withdrew was 30k usd and the

one posted in the 1040 was like for example 20k and the notice from IRS that was sent from the IRA office was

30k so the remaining balance to pay is 10k so this is what her dilemma now. which has all the interest & etc.

that he has nothing in her coz the rest of the IRA was to his heirs not to my friend his wife"

what else we can help for my friend. aside from paying installment basis to IRS.

God Bless

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I don't really know what to tell you. I'm afraid this is the sort of problem that require legal consultation.

Why was his wife not his heir? Depending on the state, that might not even be legal.

I think she probably needs to consult an estate lawyer, both on that, and on whether she is liable for the taxes or the heirs are. Though that may require a tax lawyer instead.

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I don't really know what to tell you. I'm afraid this is the sort of problem that require legal consultation.

Why was his wife not his heir? Depending on the state, that might not even be legal.

I think she probably needs to consult an estate lawyer, both on that, and on whether she is liable for the taxes or the heirs are. Though that may require a tax lawyer instead.

Thank you Owen_London for your advise, yep that was I thought to consult a lawyer but I am scared as lawyers will ask professional fee but anyway I appreciate your utmost comment here, God Bless!

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