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Declare The Pennies On Your Eyes  

mc_justmc 60M
2017 posts
7/11/2020 12:39 pm
Declare The Pennies On Your Eyes

4 days and a handful of hours until the extended tax filing deadline is up!!! The company I work for has shut down our physical location for the last 2 weeks and until further notice so I thought this year I might actually be able t.o file my taxes on time. I went by the local IRS office t.o pick up the tax forms and an extension form just in case, but when I got there the doors were locked.

No problem, I'll just get online and download the forms off the internet. Or so I thought. 1O40EZ is nowhere be found. OK, I guess I'll use the 1O40 form. Wow, there's more than one. I sifted through the list and found the one that fit me, printed it out, and commenced t.o deciphering the tax lawyer lingo used on these forms. Capital gain......qualified dividends..... earned income credit..... I double checked just t.o make sure I'd downloaded the "English" version. Apparently I had.

I went back online t.o see if I could find some instructions t.o guide me through this mess. The IRS booklet speaks the sa.me kind of foreign language that's used on the forms. So I went t.o an electronic tax filing site t.o see how they do it. Before I know it I'm halfway through the form and in the corner of the screen I see the dollar amount of my return growing every time I finish another section. The hell with doing it on my own, this plug-n-p.l.a.y tax form is making this a breeze AND it's free! Less than 30 minutes later, my 2019 taxes are filed and I'm $500 richer. T.o celebrate my new found free time I made a big pot of Chicken Tortilla soup.

Do you do your own taxes? Do you like Chicken Tortilla soup?




mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/11/2020 12:45 pm

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sexyldy1000 59F  
6474 posts
7/11/2020 3:05 pm

I have been using the same professional tax preparation service for about fifteen years. The $50 fee is well worth their expertise, electronic filing and my refund from the government is deposited to my bank account within two weeks. No hassle and peace of mind. Seems like a ‘no brainer’. Don’t know if I like Chicken Tortilla Soup as I have never tried it.

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smartasswoman 62F  
33180 posts
7/11/2020 3:08 pm

Congrats!

I gave up on the paper forms about 10 years ago. Yeah, that would have been the year that my mom died and I inherited her IRA, which took the tax return out of easy territory. Now you’ll be hooked...because next year they’ll carry forward all of your information from this years return and it’ll be even easier.


onelastchan00 50F  
1384 posts
7/11/2020 3:09 pm

Omg too funny...even in Canada i get fucked in the ASS abd NOT IN A GOOD WAY

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mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/11/2020 4:34 pm

    Quoting sexyldy1000:
    I have been using the same professional tax preparation service for about fifteen years. The $50 fee is well worth their expertise, electronic filing and my refund from the government is deposited to my bank account within two weeks. No hassle and peace of mind. Seems like a ‘no brainer’. Don’t know if I like Chicken Tortilla Soup as I have never tried it.
I've always done my own taxes when I had my business, but I was looking forward to the old 1040 EZ, but nooooooooooooo. I'll never do my own again.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/11/2020 4:36 pm

    Quoting smartasswoman:
    Congrats!

    I gave up on the paper forms about 10 years ago. Yeah, that would have been the year that my mom died and I inherited her IRA, which took the tax return out of easy territory. Now you’ll be hooked...because next year they’ll carry forward all of your information from this years return and it’ll be even easier.
I have a feeling you're right. The days of easy tax returns are over.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/11/2020 4:38 pm

    Quoting onelastchan00:
    Omg too funny...even in Canada i get fucked in the ASS abd NOT IN A GOOD WAY
When I had my own business for some reason I never made much of a profit. I'm tickled to be getting something back.


redrockrascal 61M
21614 posts
7/11/2020 6:36 pm

Do you do your own taxes? I use one of the tax programs its almost too easy

Do you like Chicken Tortilla soup? Sounds like it has cheese in it so no

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secret_lade 46F
3989 posts
7/11/2020 6:47 pm

I do my own taxes, but I use tax preparation software. When I was married I had to pay an accountant to do our taxes because of his job, the software is way cheaper. If I'd known then how easy it is to just plug everything in.... Oh well.


pagancountrygirl 62F
5257 posts
7/11/2020 8:53 pm

I use either Turbo Tax or Tax Act, whichever one will either do it for free or the cheapest. I've been doing the online taxes for years and since I can do whatever the current version of 1040EZ is, there's no reason for me to pay someone or even buy the software. Just type in the information and it check for errors and omissions, then file electronically and it's done! Having home made Chicken Tortilla soup afterwards would be a definite bonus.

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author51 57F  
96518 posts
7/12/2020 12:02 am

I have used H and R Block here for the last 25 years or so come tax time.It cost about 50.00 bucks and is money well spent...

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TicklePlease 52F  
12785 posts
7/12/2020 5:11 am

I do my own but it's incredibly complicated... my choices are to learn how to do it myself or pay someone 1k to do it for me.

No chicken tortilla soup. Chicken yes, tortillas yes, soup yes. Not all together tho.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/12/2020 5:37 am

    Quoting redrockrascal:
    Do you do your own taxes? I use one of the tax programs its almost too easy

    Do you like Chicken Tortilla soup? Sounds like it has cheese in it so no
It was so easy. The soup can have cheese in it but I don't like cheese in my soup. It's a tomato based chicken soup and you put pieces of corn tortilla in it until they soften.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/12/2020 5:38 am

    Quoting secret_lade:
    I do my own taxes, but I use tax preparation software. When I was married I had to pay an accountant to do our taxes because of his job, the software is way cheaper. If I'd known then how easy it is to just plug everything in.... Oh well.
Right? Now that I know, I'm never going back.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/12/2020 5:40 am

    Quoting pagancountrygirl:
    I use either Turbo Tax or Tax Act, whichever one will either do it for free or the cheapest. I've been doing the online taxes for years and since I can do whatever the current version of 1040EZ is, there's no reason for me to pay someone or even buy the software. Just type in the information and it check for errors and omissions, then file electronically and it's done! Having home made Chicken Tortilla soup afterwards would be a definite bonus.
I used Efile, it was free and so easy. I hurt myself on that soup, 3 times! Too good!


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/12/2020 5:41 am

    Quoting author51:
    I have used H and R Block here for the last 25 years or so come tax time.It cost about 50.00 bucks and is money well spent...
I used them once, years ago.


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/12/2020 5:56 am

    Quoting TicklePlease:
    I do my own but it's incredibly complicated... my choices are to learn how to do it myself or pay someone 1k to do it for me.

    No chicken tortilla soup. Chicken yes, tortillas yes, soup yes. Not all together tho.
When I had my own business I did my own. It sucked.


lindoboy100 57M

7/13/2020 8:22 am

It's a dark art over here McMc.....and we don't have software that makes it simpler, so you either spend weeks doing your own returns, or pay someone to do it for you. I pay my accountant to do my business and personal tax submissions.......

It's always nice to get something back from the tax man......such a rare occurrence for me.

Pull ma finger.........


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/13/2020 2:26 pm

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    It's a dark art over here McMc.....and we don't have software that makes it simpler, so you either spend weeks doing your own returns, or pay someone to do it for you. I pay my accountant to do my business and personal tax submissions.......

    It's always nice to get something back from the tax man......such a rare occurrence for me.
I think they make it hard just so they can penalize you if you make a mistake.


Paulxx001 63M
16744 posts
7/13/2020 2:27 pm

Good job!!!


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/13/2020 6:23 pm

I wonder if I'll actually get the money. You never know....


sweet_VM 62F
80990 posts
7/14/2020 8:33 am

I get an account do my taxes. It is a terrible time of the year every years so why sweat it. Hope you got through it all hugs V

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mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/14/2020 9:47 am

    Quoting sweet_VM:
    I get an account do my taxes. It is a terrible time of the year every years so why sweat it. Hope you got through it all hugs V
I plan on getting someone to do mine from here on out.


mature_951 59F  
3350 posts
7/24/2020 2:55 pm

I did my own up until this year.

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mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
7/24/2020 3:30 pm

    Quoting mature_951:
    I did my own up until this year.
Now that I can see how the online company did it, I can probably do it next year. I got my money in 11 days.


srkaficionada 46F  
878 posts
8/7/2020 2:55 am

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    Now that I can see how the online company did it, I can probably do it next year. I got my money in 11 days.
😂 until the IRS comes out with some new rules/takes away some expiring credits/ deductions, etc.

Re 1040EZ, the IRS under the current Cheeto switches up the 1040 forms. Now, there’s one for “regular” filers and one for seniors: above 65 because they get to claim additional personal exemptions.

Don’t worry. A lot of us accountants also spend time going “what fresh hell is this 😡😡”?


mc_justmc 60M
6316 posts
8/7/2020 5:20 am

    Quoting srkaficionada:
    😂 until the IRS comes out with some new rules/takes away some expiring credits/ deductions, etc.

    Re 1040EZ, the IRS under the current Cheeto switches up the 1040 forms. Now, there’s one for “regular” filers and one for seniors: above 65 because they get to claim additional personal exemptions.

    Don’t worry. A lot of us accountants also spend time going “what fresh hell is this 😡😡”?
After I buy a house next year I'll be hiring an accountant, I know it's going to be way beyond my comprehension.


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