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saden1 04-15-2009 10:15 AM

Happy Tax Day!
 
Uncle Sam thanks you. Are you getting money back or are you square? Anyone attending a teabag party?

Mattyk 04-15-2009 10:20 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
Teabag party just sounds wrong. :)

I'm getting $$ back and I'll be doing my best to pump it right back into the economy.

gibbsisgod 04-15-2009 10:27 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I did my taxes back in the beginning of Feb.

How many of the Warpath members wait until the last day? I always like to do mine ASAP even if I owe money. I suffer from CRS and would surely forget if I waited until the 11th hour.

BDBohnzie 04-15-2009 10:37 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I always get a refund, so the sooner, the better. I did mine at the end of February, and had my Federal refund in about a week (State of Maryland in 2 business days).

The latest I waited was March 31st one year...but I was young, dumb and lazy then. Some say while I'm no longer young, I'm still dumb and lazy...

Monkeydad 04-15-2009 10:41 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
Did mine in the first week of Feb, as soon as I could (always have one W-2 to wait for from a lazy employer...)

By the way, the Tea Parties are more about educating and showing resistance to [B]spending[/B] and the Government overtaking every aspect of life than it is about high taxes.

If you think our taxes are high now (which they are)...just wait, they'll be going UP and UP in the next few years, then we'll REALLY have something to complain about. We really haven't seen anything yet. Look at Europe.

GMScud 04-15-2009 10:57 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I also did mine the first week of Feb. Got a pretty decent refund.

Trample the Elderly 04-15-2009 11:02 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
[quote=saden1;545973]Uncle Sam thanks you. Are you getting money back or are you square? Anyone attending a teabag party?[/quote]

Nope, I get nothing back because they already gave it to me with the porkulus bill. They said they gave me $600 but the check was only for $300. Oh well . . . . We're having a tea party in the center of Richmond right across from where I work. Sadly I'll not be there because I'm going to see the Greatful Dead in Charlottesville. It's a shame too. I was looking forward to hitting on some Conservative chicks. There's always next year.

Mattyk 04-15-2009 11:13 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I usually get mine in right away but this year we had to wait as we had a lot of complicated issues. Had to hire someone to do them.

firstdown 04-15-2009 11:14 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
Can anyone hear tell me what they even paid in taxes this year without looking at there tax return? Funny how the liberals make fun of people who are tired of a bloated goverment that waist our tax money like they are some idiots. The idiots are the people who think the goverment is great and we should just keep sending them more money for them to waist.

saden1 04-15-2009 11:20 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I had to wait for all sorts of documents to trickle in. Did mine last weekend. Big fat refund coming my way but I won't be injecting the economy beyond maybe to the tune of $300. I'm thinking of getting that Flip Video HD recorder.

firstdown, if you don't know how much you owe your loan shark best have health insurance.

Daseal 04-15-2009 11:33 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
Did mine awhile ago, but just actually typed the information in online yesterday for state. Money back -- hurray!

firstdown 04-15-2009 11:36 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
[quote=saden1;546007]I had to wait for all sorts of documents to trickle in. Did mine last weekend. Big fat refund coming my way but I won't be injecting the economy beyond maybe to the tune of $300. I'm thinking of getting that Flip Video HD recorder.

firstdown, if you don't know how much you owe your loan shark best have health insurance.[/quote]
At this point I have no clue but my CPA towards the end of the year does a quick review to see if I should pay more taxes before the end of the year. That way its paid by the business account rather then doing my taxes and having to pay more with a personal check. My CPA files an extension every year for the corps. he does taxes for so he can knock out all the personal returns first.

My question about who can tell me what they paid in taxes this year has nothing to do if you owe money or getting a refund. It was making the point that most people do not even have a clue what they pay each year to the federal goverment.

Mattyk 04-15-2009 11:54 AM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
I'm well aware of what I pay in thank you.

Daseal 04-15-2009 12:17 PM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
[quote]Can anyone hear tell me what they even paid in taxes this year without looking at there tax return? Funny how the liberals make fun of people who are tired of a bloated goverment that waist our tax money like they are some idiots. The idiots are the people who think the goverment is great and we should just keep sending them more money for them to waist.[/quote]
Sounds like they need a belt!

70Chip 04-15-2009 12:31 PM

Re: Happy Tax Day!
 
Collectively we will, this year, pay about 1.5 trillion less in taxes than the government will spend, so we're getting a really good deal. In fact it's the best deal any taxpayers have gotten in the history of the world. And its only fair that our kids should pick up the tab. Hopefully they won't reduce the debt by having us all euthanized which would serve us right. Or at least it would serve the Baby Boomers right because I place the blame squarely on them. Worst Generation Ever.


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