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post #1 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Not doing my own taxes this year

The more shit you do, the more it drags out. Stay golden (and simple) pony boy. Turbo tax saying I am going to get $600 back, when I used my car on call and didn't get reimbursed from the company that totaled $772. Really, you didn't find any problems on my return? Not filing with you

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post #2 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 09:22 PM
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post #5 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 09:38 PM
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I did my taxes myself through H and R blocks website. Yes, I did have to pay to do it, but not as much as if I would have went in and had one of their "Professionals" do it. Plus, they make it really easy on their site, so the 20 bucks is money well spent IMO. Now if you pay the extra fees to have that 20 bucks taken from your return, than that is stupid.
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post #6 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 09:39 PM
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post #7 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 09:40 PM
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I use their(H&R Block) free version for federal and then because I make under $25k a year I file state taxes for free through a different site.
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Well, its free unless your start claiming dependents and exemptions. I had to upgrade to the basic to claim dependents and a few exemptions. And I think it might have been more, I think it was 50 for both state and federal. Not bad. Since I am a full time student and didn't make shit last year, I got a decent chunk back.
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it was easy when it was a simple 1040ez and I was reimbursed every month for my gas. now I have opportunity credits, dont know what the fuck hope credits are but they keep asking me so forum 8863 or some shit, then a 98-T for college again, an llc with business expenses with a fuck load of receipts so fill out some type of c forum, two w-2 so have to for both states, an ira, income for small business intuit card reader, write offs for personal property tax and there is probably more. fuck it. going to take the stack and drop it off at a cpa with good reviews.

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post #11 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 10:26 PM
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I filed mine through Turbo Tax. I'm getting around $1,200 back.

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Did mine on Turbo tax (Military gets it 100% free I found out) and got a bit over $2000 back since I didnt make a whole lot taxable.
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The thing with H&R block is they for the most part aren't any more knowledgeable than you. They are just punching numbers in the same as you would using their online system. One year I did mind myself then went to Jackson Hewitt before submitting it to see if they could get me more. The came to the exact same amount but wanted me to pay 70 bucks. I said no thanks. Went homr clicked submit on turbo tax for 29 bucks.

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I hope it's like that for me when I graduate. I have $4 back from federal and $47 from state.


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Did mine on Turbo tax (Military gets it 100% free I found out) and got a bit over $2000 back since I didnt make a whole lot taxable.
Most military installations also have free tax services at base garrison.

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Yeah we got one here I just chose not to use it. Easier to just punch some numbers online.
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Yeah we got one here I just chose not to use it. Easier to just punch some numbers online.
This is why I didn't use it. I literally did my taxes in my underwear, in bed.

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LOL Same here, just thought I'd mention it. I had a complicated year when my dad passed away, I took on the family land, had to deal with property taxes, 3 different state returns, etc... so I just took it all to them and let them sort it out. lol

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post #20 of 38 Old February 16th, 2014, 11:05 PM
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I've been using Turbo Tax for a few years now. Simple as hell to do (even with all the different 10-99's I had to enter) and only cost $20 to file federal and state. I got $2200 back



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