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Old 01-23-2008, 09:18 PM   #61
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Old 01-24-2008, 04:42 PM   #62
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well with these next tax cuts or some thats all over the news I wonder how much more they will give us ..
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well with these next tax cuts or some thats all over the news I wonder how much more they will give us ..
Individuals who pay income taxes would get up to $600, working couples $1,200 and those with children an additional $300 per child under the agreement. Workers who make at least $3,000 but don’t pay taxes would get $300 rebates
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So, when should I expect my $600 check?
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just because your getting a ton back now means you just have been over paying through the past year correct ?

cause i see tons of people excited when they are getting giant checks back , but beside deductions isn't that money just what your over paying ?

ive been told by many people that its best to get as close to 0 or some on the give/take side before you do your deductions when it comes to taxes. meaning your getting your max amount of money throughout the year w/o owing the gov

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just because your getting a ton back now means you just have been over paying through the past year correct ?

cause i see tons of people excited when they are getting giant checks back , but beside deductions isn't that money just what your over paying ?
Yes. That means the govt. has been earning interest on your money. The ideal situation is not to get any or pay any.
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Individuals who pay income taxes would get up to $600, working couples $1,200 and those with children an additional $300 per child under the agreement. Workers who make at least $3,000 but donít pay taxes would get $300 rebates
= $1800 for me and mine
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or we can stir up a whole new debating

where is the law stating you have to pay taxes .ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh
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= $1800 for me and mine
Has this been passed and should I expect $600 in mid July?
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I claim 3 and I have alot of deductions that I turn in to get money back I run a long form If I was to just run a short form i would get screwed... Another guy who workes with me claims zero and they took 15k in just FED income tax again i claim 3 and they took 10,200 and he is getting back just as much as me so I told him that really made no sense but again i am o tax person so who knows
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The rebates would phase out gradually for individuals whose income exceeds $75,000 and couples with incomes above $150,000, aides said. Individuals with incomes up to $87,000 and couples up to $174,000 would get partial rebates. The caps are higher for those with children.
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The rebates would phase out gradually for individuals whose income exceeds $75,000 and couples with incomes above $150,000, aides said. Individuals with incomes up to $87,000 and couples up to $174,000 would get partial rebates. The caps are higher for those with children.
so, what if I make less than 75K? I should expect a full $600?
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just because your getting a ton back now means you just have been over paying through the past year correct ?

cause i see tons of people excited when they are getting giant checks back , but beside deductions isn't that money just what your over paying ?

ive been told by many people that its best to get as close to 0 or some on the give/take side before you do your deductions when it comes to taxes. meaning your getting your max amount of money throughout the year w/o owing the gov
Then I'm good, LOL, I only get $8.
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so, what if I make less than 75K? I should expect a full $600?
Well If you can find alot of deductions You should get back a fat check ya just got to know what you can deduct....
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does anyone know if you have to file differently if you've purchased a house in the last year?

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Then I'm good, LOL, I only get $8.
I dont know how far you live form your work but there is a mile thing that says if you live so far from your work you can deduct things like tires and if ya bought a new vehical to get to work I mean there is alot of stuff I bought my new bike this year so it helped me out 2
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