Question by courtjesterjon: Can TurboTax appropriately calculate multiple-state income tax liability?
For the first time this year, I had to work significant amounts of time outside my home state. I have been using TurboTax to prepare my returns for several years, but I have only been required to file my federal return, and my Virginia tax return. This year, I must apportion my tax liability at the state level between California and Virginia. If I purchase both the Virginia and California state TurboTax software modules, will the program correctly calculate the state liability for both states?
Please, if you have not filed in multiple states and apportioned your days worked during the year, and if you have not personally utilized TurboTax to file your returns in this situation, do not reply to the question. I am looking for definitive answers, not opinion or speculation. Thank you.
Answer by cenagirl Yes, thats what the commerical says. Look on turbotax.com for all the facts.
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Question by David: Where can I find liability insurance for cannabis law reform rally in Virginia?
I am planning to hold a legalization of cannabis march/rally in Virginia and in need of one day special event liability insurance. There are plenty of insurance companies to insure special events, but apparently not for cannabis related programs
Answer by Gambit Call local insurance brokers in your area and see if they can find anything for you. Try brokers in the larger cities as well if you live in a smaller town as larger brokerages may have greater options.
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Question by Sidewinder: Approximate cost of business liability insurance for Virginia?
I understand that there is no “average” for liability insurance. In my specific case, I live in central Virginia, have leased a one-room office and offer financial education (not a CFP, rather teach people how to budget, etc. – not sell financial products).
Limits of liability not less than $ 500,000 for an accident affecting any one person; and not less than $ 1,000,000 for an accident affecting more than one person; and $ 50,000 for property damage.
Answer by mbrcatz17 OK, you don’t get “property damage” liability on a business policy.
Sounds like you’re just a consultant type guy – liability will likely be based on either square footage or gross sales, but either way, I”m betting that a million of coverage, should run you around $ 750 a year.
Excluding professional liability.
Something to think about, though, you might be able to get a bop – including some property coverage – for $ 600 a year.
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Citation Details Title: WEST VIRGINIA INSURANCE COMMISSIONER LOSES OCC PREEMPTION SUIT. Publication:Liability & Insurance Week (Newsletter) Date: November 25, 2002 Publisher: JR Publishing, Inc. Volume: 17 Issue: 46