Posted October 13, 2018 09:11:51As a family blogger, you’re bound to want to share your blog with your kids.
Unfortunately, you can’t share your personal information with them, unless you have a family member with a business that requires tax information.
This is not the case with other sites like the Family Finance site and the blog for my family.
Unfortunately, my family is not allowed to use these sites for tax information because they’re not affiliated with the IRS.
I have no other option but to leave the family blog as it is.
This was a shock to me, as I had previously subscribed to Family Finance and enjoyed its great service.
In January 2017, I was contacted by an IRS official asking if I could use the Family Fund as a tax return template.
It was an easy choice to make.
My husband and I had been discussing ways to use the tax return as a template for our taxes, and I was more than happy to share it with him.
Since my husband was a self-employed person, he did not need to pay taxes on it.
The IRS is also requiring us to provide our social security numbers to get tax-free health care.
We have decided to file our tax returns on these sites and I have no doubt that this will help us avoid paying taxes.
So, what do I do now?
My husband has to send my tax returns to the IRS in person.
I’ll just post them on my blog.
At the IRS, I will be required to fill out forms for both sides of my tax return, and then mail the forms to the appropriate addresses.
If I send my returns to a different person, the IRS will try to recover their money.
As of October 3, 2018, my husband has not received any money from the IRS and we will have to file a new tax return for the year to cover the cost of the return.
What can I do if I have questions about the IRS?
The IRS does not offer information about their privacy policies or how to report abuse.
You can reach out to them directly by phone at 1-877-827-4000 or through the website.
Please share any information you have with your loved ones.