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Federal Free Printable Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021) for 2024 Federal Questionnaire for Non-Requesting Spouse

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Questionnaire for Non-Requesting Spouse
Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)

Form Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service 12508 Questionnaire for Non-Requesting Spouse (June 2021) We recognize that some of these questions involve sensitive subjects. However, we need this information to evaluate the circumstances of the request for relief and properly determine whether relief should be given. If this form is not completed and returned, the request for relief will be considered based on the information available to us. If the requesting spouse petitions the Tax Court to review their request for relief, the Tax Court may only be allowed to consider information you and the requesting spouse provided before we made our final determination, additional information we included in our administrative file about the requesting spouse’s request for relief, and any information that is newly discovered or previously unavailable. Therefore, it is important that you provide us with information you want us or the Tax Court to consider. Part I - Tell Us About Yourself 1. Your current name Your social security number Your current home address (number & street) Apartment number City, town or post office box, state and ZIP code County Daytime phone number (between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. eastern time) 2. What is the current status between you and your spouse for the years that relief was requested? (On this form we refer to your spouse for the years that relief was requested as that individual) Married and living together Married living apart since (MM/DD/YYYY) Legally separated since (MM/DD/YYYY) Divorced since (MM/DD/YYYY) Widowed since (MM/DD/YYYY) Note: A divorce decree stating you must pay all taxes does not necessarily mean that individual will qualify for relief. Part II - Tell Us About Filing the Returns and Your Financial Situation for the Years Listed on the Letter If the information is not the same for all tax years, explain. If you need more room to write your answer for any question, attach more pages. Be sure to write your name and social security number on the top of all pages you attach. 3. How were both of you involved with preparing the returns during those tax years? Check all that apply and explain, if necessary. If the answers are not the same for all the years, explain You That Individual Prepared or helped prepare the returns Gathered receipts and canceled checks Gave tax documents (such as W-2s, 1099s, etc.) to the person who prepared the returns Asked the person who prepared the returns to explain any items or amounts Reviewed the returns before filing them Did not review the returns before filing them Was not involved with preparing the return Other Explain, if necessary Catalog Number 28730P www.irs.gov Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021) Page 2 4. When you filed the returns, were any amounts owed to the IRS for those years Yes. Explain how the amounts owed were to be paid No 5. When that individual signed/filed any of the returns, was he/she aware of any financial problems you were having (for example, bankruptcy or bills you could not pay) Yes. Explain No Do not know 6. For those years, what kinds of accounts did you have? Check all that apply. Explain if the answers are not the same for all the years Joint Separate Checking or money market Savings or certificate of deposit How did that individual use those accounts? Check all that apply Joint Separate Made deposits Reviewed bank statements or balanced the checkbook Paid bills Knew how much money was in the account Made withdrawals from the account Did not know about the account Did not use the account Was not involved in handling money for the household Explain, if necessary 7. Did you ever transfer assets to that individual? (Did you put something of value, such as real estate or stocks, in that individual's name rather than in your own name) Yes. List the assets and the dates they were transferred. Explain why the assets were transferred No 8. During those tax years, were you self employed Yes. Explain how that individual was involved in your business No Catalog Number 28730P www.irs.gov Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021) Page 3 9. If the tax year(s) in question were audited, what items, if any, changed? Were the changed items yours or that individual’s? (For example, unreported income, disallowed deductions, unclaimed credits) 10. If the audit results changed your business income or deductions on your tax return, did that individual help you in the business? If so how? If not, did that individual know about your business affairs? Explain 11. If the items changed by the audit were yours, did that individual benefit from them? (Example, unreported income paid for a family vacation, car, jewelry, etc.) Explain 12. Do you have any other information you want us to consider Sign Here Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this statement and to the best of my knowledge it is true, correct, and complete. Signature Date Keep a copy for your records. Return the original signed form and any attachments or you may fax the signed form and attachments. Catalog Number 28730P www.irs.gov Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)
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Historical Past-Year Versions of Federal Form 12508

We have a total of nine past-year versions of Form 12508 in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:

2023 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)

2022 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)

2021 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)

2020 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 6-2021)

2019 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 7-2013)

2018 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 7-2013)

2017 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 7-2013)

2016 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 7-2013)

Questionnaire for Non-Requesting Spouse 2015 Form 12508

Form 12508 (Rev. 7-2013)

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