Loss/House Fire

Jan of 2010 had a house fire. Estimate on house was around $121000, contents was around $72000... Insurance company paid us $5000 back in Jan of 2010 to get started. Since then, they have now denied our claim. They have not asked for any money back that they have paid out. Now, my attorney has to sue them for our loss. Question is, can I still file this loss on my 2010 taxes under casualty and loss?

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Loss in Sharemarket

by PRADEEP
(NEW DELHI)

My wife has invested 147000 in the year 2010 in sharemarket. Now the balance is about 7000. How do she file incometax return and whether there is any chance of compensation.

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Lost My Job

If I claimed four on my w4 form and my wife was one of my exemptions, but I lost my job seven months into the year then my wife started working can she then claim four since I no longer work and we'll file jointly?

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Loss on a Sale of a House

by Carol Sullivan
(Joseph, OR, USA)

I purchased my home in 2007 for $292,000 and am selling it now 2011 for $250,000. Can I claim any part of that $42,000 loss?

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Lost Taxes

by Juan
(USA Minnesota)

I filed my income tax in march and received my state but have not received my federal. They say that it was deposited to an account that i don't even know whose it is...can they still send me a check through mail?

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