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  • Have You Filed Your Taxes Yet?

    Well, here we are just 10 days away from the deadline and we haven't even begun. :brick:

    Our tax lady retired last year, and we're kinda just fumbling around deciding who we should have do our taxes now.

    I'm tired of paying people to tell me that I have to pay somebody else. :hammer:

    It's rather frustrating but at least this year, we're thinking (hoping) that we will break even (fingers are crossed).

    I'm tempted to try it on my own using TurboTax on line or something like that, but I'm afraid I'm going to miss something. For example, we had to install a new water heater last year so can that be used in deductions?

    I just wish I could close my eyes and make it all go away.
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    With the new health care reform bill, there's now a cheese tax.

    UGHHHH

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      Done filed, received, and spent return

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PowderAddict View Post
        Done filed, received, and spent return



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          Originally posted by PowderAddict View Post
          Done filed, received, and spent return
          Ditto......
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          • #6
            We just did ours a few days ago, in between computer crashes. We e-file. It's not that hard.

            BM, unless you have a very complicated situation, you should be able to do it yourself. Keep accurate records, receipts, etc. At one point, we had two small businesses (great deductions there). Of course, I would leave the room when hubby was doing taxes. Sometimes, I would leave the house.

            Do you have your paper work from last year? Can you use them as blueprints for this year?

            Come on, BM. You can do it. I mean, it's not rocket science, you know?


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            • #7
              Originally posted by Peanut View Post
              We just did ours a few days ago, in between computer crashes. We e-file. It's not that hard.

              BM, unless you have a very complicated situation, you should be able to do it yourself. Keep accurate records, receipts, etc. At one point, we had two small businesses (great deductions there). Of course, I would leave the room when hubby was doing taxes. Sometimes, I would leave the house.

              Do you have your paper work from last year? Can you use them as blueprints for this year?

              Come on, BM. You can do it. I mean, it's not rocket science, you know?


              Rocket Science.

              I just dug out last year's and I am going to attempt it on my own using that as a blueprint like you say.

              I'm getting a headache just thinking about it.
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              • #8
                TurboTax makes it pretty easy, actually. I've used both TurboTax and TaxCut (H&R Block's software) to file for years now. They both do a very good job of prompting you to think of potential deductions like new water heaters. What I like about TurboTax (which I used this year) is that you can go all the way through and complete your taxes before paying to use the software. That means you can try it out and if you're not comfortable with the process you can back out before paying any $$. Give it a try, Joe. I think you'll be surprised at how easy it is.

                I've completed my taxes this year but have not submitted them yet since I owe for the first time in as long as I can remember.
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                  Nope... Didn't make enough money last year... I will this year for sure though
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69 View Post
                    Rocket Science.

                    I just dug out last year's and I am going to attempt it on my own using that as a blueprint like you say.

                    I'm getting a headache just thinking about it.
                    BM69..If I can do my own, Im sure you can do your own.. ..Good Luck!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dandaman23 View Post
                      BM69..If I can do my own, Im sure you can do your own.. ..Good Luck!


                      I just tried to CP you old friend but it sent away before I was done.

                      That was odd.
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                      • #12
                        i cant decide if i want to spend 350 of my 1000 on a new tv and use the rest on my credit card bill or if i want to put ALL 1000 towards the credit card


                        hmmm what to do, what to do
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SBboundBRONCOS View Post
                          i cant decide if i want to spend 350 of my 1000 on a new tv and use the rest on my credit card bill or if i want to put ALL 1000 towards the credit card


                          hmmm what to do, what to do
                          You could buy me a new Bronco jersey and then put the rest on your credit card. :thumb:
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                          • #14
                            My Dad did mine for me, I love having an accountant for a father!

                            The state of Colorado is sending me a whopping $11.
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                              Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69 View Post
                              You could buy me a new Bronco jersey and then put the rest on your credit card. :thumb:
                              i hadnt thought of that possibility, im sure glad i posted before i decided on one of my lesser options
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