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post #80701 of 85777
I still haven't filed my taxes.

Because who wants a negative refund?

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post #80702 of 85777
Sorry to hear that, e-bro. I'm just waiting patiently for another week or so to hear how many 10s of thousands I'm getting back. frown.gif
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post #80704 of 85777
I have literally no idea what just happened on this date.
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I haven't even started my taxes.  They're optional like bench warrants per my legal counsel.

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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I have literally no idea what just happened on this date.

Did he drug you to where your mente has got confusion to it?
post #80707 of 85777

A common problem in the dating scene is when you order a bowl of chili to share, but then a disagreement ensues over whether to put chocolate sprinkles on top.  I bet that's what happened here. All is fair in love and chili. 

post #80708 of 85777
Pretty sure I don't even have all my tax documents yet.

I have my W2, and I think my bank and brokerage docs are in, but I think I am still missing some schedule K-1 forms.

Need to troll slickdeals for some tax prep software...always get confused on what version I need to buy (especially since the turbo tax people tried to play games last year with removing features from some versions, so I tried the H&R Block software instead).
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Pretty sure I don't even have all my tax documents yet.

I have my W2, and I think my bank and brokerage docs are in, but I think I am still missing some schedule K-1 forms.

Need to troll slickdeals for some tax prep software...always get confused on what version I need to buy (especially since the turbo tax people tried to play games last year with removing features from some versions, so I tried the H&R Block software instead).

 

I used H&R Block Home Premium or whatever it is - scored it for like $20.

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My guy charges $300 but I think it's well worth it. His advice has been well worth the price over the years. Stupid to make a move that would save a modest amount but have a high risk of a red flag type thing.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

My guy charges $300 but I think it's well worth it. His advice has been well worth the price over the years. Stupid to make a move that would save a modest amount but have a high risk of a red flag type thing.

 

I hear that, but I basically just have W2 income and some capital gains, and not a lot of deductions besides mortgage.  If my taxes were more complicated, or I was making more where I could better benefit from expert advice, I'd definitely go that route.

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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

My guy charges $300 but I think it's well worth it. His advice has been well worth the price over the years. Stupid to make a move that would save a modest amount but have a high risk of a red flag type thing.

Some day I hope to be as rich as Piob...

Just have a few small investments, student loans and charitable stuff. But I don't make enough to itemize so the free H&R Block does the job.
post #80713 of 85777

i do mine manually (dont have enough writeoffs to itemize)

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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

I hear that, but I basically just have W2 income and some capital gains, and not a lot of deductions besides mortgage.  If my taxes were more complicated, or I was making more where I could better benefit from expert advice, I'd definitely go that route.

It's amazing how many people think they need an accountant for their taxes. People who don't even itemize are paying a hundred bucks to have H&R Block enter their W2 into a form and press enter.

There's just so much irrational fear about taxes. It's not that complicated for most people.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


It's amazing how many people think they need an accountant for their taxes. People who don't even itemize are paying a hundred bucks to have H&R Block enter their W2 into a form and press enter.

There's just so much irrational fear about taxes. It's not that complicated for most people.


It could be that the basic instruction book for the 1040 is 100+ pages, and most people suck at both reading and math.

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