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Where is the best place to get taxes done?

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Working person

Reidsville, GA

#1 Jan 20, 2012
Where is the best place to file taxes for 2011. I am employed so there aint no free mess to help me get mine done.
Eddie Haskell

Albany, GA

#2 Jan 20, 2012
If it is a simple return buy turbo tax for $50 and do them yourself. The program walks you through everything, files them and prints everything off. I used an accountant($250) until I did mine that way one year, now that is all I do.
Nelson Fast Tax

United States

#3 Jan 20, 2012
West St Bainbridge Ga. If Miss Helen can't help you you can't be helped! Guaranteed!! I've only gag one tax lady as good as Helen Nelson and she retired from the IRS after 35 years and used that knowledge against them to do taxes! Miss Helen goes to school every year to stay up on the changes the IRS does to try to trip you up! Respect her she knows her stuff!!!!!!
Eddie Haskell

Albany, GA

#4 Jan 20, 2012
Nelson Fast Tax wrote:
West St Bainbridge Ga. If Miss Helen can't help you you can't be helped! Guaranteed!! I've only gag one tax lady as good as Helen Nelson and she retired from the IRS after 35 years and used that knowledge against them to do taxes! Miss Helen goes to school every year to stay up on the changes the IRS does to try to trip you up! Respect her she knows her stuff!!!!!!
True that. If I used someone it would be her.
beentheredonetha t

United States

#5 Jan 20, 2012
H&R Block is such a joke I paid them three hundred to get six hundred? Took my stuff over to Helen to check behind them she charge two seventy got back almost twenty eight hundred!!!!!!!!!! H&R Block SUX!!!!!!!!!! Ripped Me Off!!!!!!!!!!
Adam

United States

#6 Jan 20, 2012
I used to use H &R Block until two years ago, when I went to Turbo Tax. VERY user friendly and easy to navigate through. I think it was like a 30 dollar fee, but they subtract it right from your refund. Much cheaper and way faster than an accountant!
cooter brown

Albany, GA

#7 Jan 20, 2012
Nelson Fast Tax wrote:
West St Bainbridge Ga. If Miss Helen can't help you you can't be helped! Guaranteed!! I've only gag one tax lady as good as Helen Nelson and she retired from the IRS after 35 years and used that knowledge against them to do taxes! Miss Helen goes to school every year to stay up on the changes the IRS does to try to trip you up! Respect her she knows her stuff!!!!!!


as long as you dont have to deal with her son,he is a big douchebag!!!i think his name is jack,what a jerk
yep I agree

Sugar Grove, IL

#8 Jan 21, 2012
cooter brown wrote:
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as long as you dont have to deal with her son,he is a big douchebag!!!i think his name is jack,what a jerk
He needs to realize he is at a business not the club. My wife won't go back there alone cause of the inappropriate things he said to her (not tax related). Come to find out this is common of him.
beentheredonetha t

United States

#9 Jan 21, 2012
The angry gay Guy? Ha ha ha ha! He's a harmless ass hole! He's still angry about his dad I guess hell he needs to get over it people live and people die! But being an ass and running your mommas good business in the ground aint the right thing to do for shure! He reminds me of a friend I had in college that was so smart never cracked a book. Just plain smart very high IQ aced everything but had the social skills aka comon sense of a drunk sailor! He was fun to hang with for a little while but got on your nerves real fast! Especially around women! Sadly god gave him a huge ten and half swinging cock and he thought he was the man but hour r was too dumb to use it!
Tax Man

Hoffman Forest, NC

#10 Jan 22, 2012
The best thing to do is take your paychecks to the great mathmatician Earl Perry who thinks he is a politician. He will take you money and give you back what he wants you to have. The change back will be "zero". Oh, just so you have been warned..do not get in the shower with him, he taught Jerry Sandusky how to act in the shower.
needaplace

United States

#11 Jan 24, 2012
Tax Man wrote:
The best thing to do is take your paychecks to the great mathmatician Earl Perry who thinks he is a politician. He will take you money and give you back what he wants you to have. The change back will be "zero". Oh, just so you have been warned..do not get in the shower with him, he taught Jerry Sandusky how to act in the shower.
Really?? Are you serious? Quit acting like you're years old. Stop throwing peoples names out there. It's not your place. YOU and people like YOU are what's wrong with Bainbridge. Grow up.
needaplace

United States

#12 Jan 24, 2012
5 years old*
Harry Crack

Leesburg, GA

#13 Jan 24, 2012
What about those places that do "fast tax" and "instant refunds". Someone tols me they will file you for EIC even if you haven't worked. They give you this form and you get yo friend to sign like you babysat or cleaned house all year and there you go. They give the refund when you file and keep about 40%. If the IRS denies the claim you have to pay the money back, that was what that scrap was about over by Stone's the other week my friend said.
Anonymous

Albany, GA

#14 Feb 11, 2012
I do my @ the library free.
Becky

Altoona, AL

#15 Feb 12, 2012
Do your own, turbo tax is easy
dont try this at home

Jacksonville Beach, FL

#16 Feb 12, 2012
Harry Crack wrote:
What about those places that do "fast tax" and "instant refunds". Someone tols me they will file you for EIC even if you haven't worked. They give you this form and you get yo friend to sign like you babysat or cleaned house all year and there you go. They give the refund when you file and keep about 40%. If the IRS denies the claim you have to pay the money back, that was what that scrap was about over by Stone's the other week my friend said.
Screw around with your taxes and you don't deal with hometown courts...you deal with the Federal court system. I know five that got popped for doing just what you just talked about. They have to pay the money back but also got two years in prison. No time off for good behavior in the Federal prison
Word To The Wise

United States

#17 Feb 12, 2012
Make no Bones About It They Are Watching You!!!!!! Top News

FBI warns of threat from anti-government extremists

Mon, Feb 06 19:21 PM EST

By Patrick Temple-West

WASHINGTON (Reuters)- Anti-government extremists opposed to taxes and regulations pose a growing threat to local law enforcement officers in the United States, the FBI warned on Monday.

These extremists, sometimes known as "sovereign citizens," believe they can live outside any type of government authority, FBI agents said at a news conference.

The extremists may refuse to pay taxes, defy government environmental regulations and believe the United States went bankrupt by going off the gold standard.

Routine encounters with police can turn violent "at the drop of a hat," said Stuart McArthur, deputy assistant director in the FBI's counterterrorism division.

"We thought it was important to increase the visibility of the threat with state and local law enforcement," he said.

In May 2010, two West Memphis, Arkansas, police officers were shot and killed in an argument that developed after they pulled over a "sovereign citizen" in traffic.

Last year, an extremist in Texas opened fire on a police officer during a traffic stop. The officer was not hit.

Legal convictions of such extremists, mostly for white-collar crimes such as fraud, have increased from 10 in 2009 to 18 each in 2010 and 2011, FBI agents said.

"We are being inundated right now with requests for training from state and local law enforcement on sovereign-related matters," said Casey Carty, an FBI supervisory special agent.

FBI agents said they do not have a tally of people who consider themselves "sovereign citizens."

J.J. MacNab, a former tax and insurance expert who is an analyst covering the sovereign movement, has estimated that it has about 100,000 members.

Sovereign members often express particular outrage at tax collection, putting Internal Revenue Service employees at risk.
Dawggonnit

Leesburg, GA

#18 Feb 12, 2012
Used Nelsons for years, Love Mrs. Nelson. Untill the the year that he Idiot son tried to do my taxes. Gathered up all my stuff and told him to go to hell. Now I use Turbo Tax. Same refund, Same electronic filing, ONE THIRD THE PRICE. Stay away from Nelsons.
well

United States

#19 Feb 12, 2012
Awe don't let that boy scare you way demand to see Mrs Nelson
Angi

Manchester, GA

#20 Feb 13, 2012
If you have a simple tax return don't spend your money in turbo tax, every Thursday they have volunteers from IRS and they can do your return free of charge.

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