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Old 01-28-2005, 04:46 PM   #11
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Still havent gotten my W2s yet either. No matter, more than likely I'll only have enough to buy a 12 pack to drown my sorrows with.
You should find someone else to do your taxes then... i bet I could get you at LEAST a full case!
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Old 01-28-2005, 05:06 PM   #12
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Not self employed, but I do work for a fairly small company who employs another company to take care of payroll. Plus I had only worked at this one place and only needed a single w-2 this year...
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I don't even want to think about taxes. We've been in Canada for a year. Who gets our tax money? Can I have it all back
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got my w-2 this past week been to lazy to file though
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Old 01-28-2005, 07:25 PM   #15
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As for me, I'm wondering if I can deduct all my fish and mice as dependents. They DO depend upon me, am I wrong?
You don't claim them???? Better look into re-filing.
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Old 01-28-2005, 08:22 PM   #16
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Hopefully we can recarpet the basement with our return. Hopefully as we have never had huge refunds. But this is the first year with a child so we will have to see what happens.
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As for me, I'm wondering if I can deduct all my fish and mice as dependents. They DO depend upon me, am I wrong?
Just make sure you put their scientific names on the 1040 to throw them off track :P
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I do taxes as a second job this time of year and I have efiled at least 50 people already. You can't deduct your fish unless you own a fish store and they are part of the job..ha ha. Nice idea though.

To answer earlier inquiries..it takes 10-14 days normally when efiled.
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As the Qshark said, What is this re-thing? re-fund? You mean you actually get some of the money back you paid in taxes?

Hey FF, don't count on a HUGE difference with the new child unless you qualify for an EIC. I had my third child on Dec 31st (just in time) and I still anticipate paying....ALOT

enjoy your refunds, for those who get them.

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Well for each child under 17 you get 1000 bucks plus the extra exemption of 3100..not too bad.
For the rest of us not getting EIC, you can only hope to get back according to what is withheld. With the new tax tables this year, withholdings went down. I rather have my money as I make it. BUT if I do get a refund, I will spend it on my fish
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