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Old 02-21-2008, 07:20 PM   #1
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Tax Returns... Just did my taxes...

For those of you who have already done your taxes, how well did you fair off??? Did you do better or worse than you expected... and if you got a decent amount back, what do you intend to use it on... Bike, family, ect ect...
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:36 PM   #6
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I'm scared to do my taxes. I worked a lot of 1099 extra jobs a fews years ago and had to pay back 13k in two years. I won't even work a 1099 job now. Be careful with your tax preparer, many tax preparers who cater to law enforcement can really screw you over, you will have to answer to the IRS auditor not them.
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:38 PM   #7
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I'm scared to do my taxes. I worked a lot of 1099 extra jobs a fews years ago and had to pay back 13k in two years. I won't even work a 1099 job now. Be careful with your tax preparer, many tax preparers who cater to law enforcement can really screw you over, you will have to answer to the IRS auditor not them.
Easy you just needed to make quarterly instalment payments during the year... problem was you did not know or no one explained this to you

But I concur regardless of your profession you are responsible to the IRS so be carefull not only will they review the current years return but they can go back more than 3 years and review your prior years as well.. if you owe you will have to pay penalty and interest so if your diong shady stuff it can bite you in the @ss later
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and too much back brings in the red flags, i used to go to somebody who was pretty shady, but now that the wife are making some serious coin, we don't need to jeopardize it for a grand or 2

we plan to buy a house this summer, and our return will add a nice chunk to our down payment, we're looking to D/P 20% on a $200k house.
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and too much back brings in the red flags, i used to go to somebody who was pretty shady, but now that the wife are making some serious coin, we don't need to jeopardize it for a grand or 2

we plan to buy a house this summer, and our return will add a nice chunk to our down payment, we're looking to D/P 20% on a $200k house.
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Between our income tax and the money we got back from our mortgage company( where they over charged our escrow) we are getting a nice return. 100% of that is going to the bikes and then some! Well when you have 3 to keep up with, it adds up quick!
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Between our income tax and the money we got back from our mortgage company( where they over charged our escrow) we are getting a nice return. 100% of that is going to the bikes and then some! Well when you have 3 to keep up with, it adds up quick!
just got that escrow overpayment too! very nice!
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I have always got about 10k back.

paid 3400 from 2004 taxes..opps

paid 3200 to property tax

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1500 ON WIFES BIKE(SOON AS FIND ONE)

being broke again.....PRICLESS
wife still doesn't know that she wants a bike...she is getting a little bit apprehensive with all the wrecks lately.

but a little birdy told me your wife needs some new shoes and some other non-essentials..
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tax time always sucks for me single no dependents this year less than last year just sucks, They all ways tell me I need a wife and kids maybe thats just as bad o well F it thanks uncle sam
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I'm scared to do my taxes. I worked a lot of 1099 extra jobs a fews years ago and had to pay back 13k in two years. I won't even work a 1099 job now. Be careful with your tax preparer, many tax preparers who cater to law enforcement can really screw you over, you will have to answer to the IRS auditor not them.
10-99 jobs are uber-ghey!

I either work less than $600 worth, or I don't work 'em at all. Cash jobs are where its at... I still claim the $, of course.

And as far as escrow $, do that yourself! I always put that $ aside, plus about a $100 a month. Then, at the end of the year, I've got (a little) interest money and over a grand to play with!
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just remember you can't claim your baby until your wife actually GIVES birth

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