Would it be correct if I said "it seems incorrect for me"? Should I prefer the following form "it seems to be incorrect for me".
There are various possible contexts here which call for different treatments.
It seems incorrect to me that 2 + 2 equals 5. For would be entirely inappropriate in this example.
It seems incorrect for me, a distant relative, to comment on the upbringing of their children. For is perfectly proper in this instance.
In either of these two instances one could add to be after seems and it would make no difference to the meaning