No tax returns until march!!!
mike

Manchester, KY

#26 Feb 6, 2013
Oh Yeah

Netherlands

#27 Feb 6, 2013
I don't know about personal taxes, but I gave my accountant my corporate taxes on Jan 6th and they just called and I could pick them up. They said a couple of the Federal Forms had not been approved yet and I couldn't file them.
Old Man

Whitewater, WI

#28 Feb 6, 2013
I'd rather be a janitor than a bum. Ha!!! Ha!!! At least I'm paying my way.
Old Man

Whitewater, WI

#29 Feb 6, 2013
Believe what you will. I know what's in my bank and who put it there. Say what you will also, but I'm no liar and I doubt you are Mr. perfect about everything.
Old Man

Whitewater, WI

#30 Feb 6, 2013
Oh, by the way LOL, I'd rather be a janitor and pay my way as to be a BUM, BUM, BUM, BUM.
LOL

London, KY

#31 Feb 6, 2013
Me too. I've got a W-2 with over $11,000 in withholding and I suspect about $2,000 more will make me square with the government for 2012. At least the federal government. Over $4,000 to the state with about $700 to go. So if I took that total as income instead of tax and blend in a couple of kids then I would be a bum because I would get about $6,000 back that I didn't pay. As it is, I get to contribute about $18,000.

I guess you used to be a janitor. No offense meant to janitors. There was another meaning that only bank workers would have caught.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#32 Feb 6, 2013
unnamed wrote:
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This isn't true either. The IRS ran many returns early for testing purposes. These people lucky enough to be ran through early got their refunds back early too. Do your homework before declaring someone wrong.
I did my homework before you were born. They did NOT start putting ANY through until the end of January. The first drop was testing.

What else can I help you with before you declare someone wrong that....isn't?
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#33 Feb 6, 2013
Oh Yeah wrote:
I don't know about personal taxes, but I gave my accountant my corporate taxes on Jan 6th and they just called and I could pick them up. They said a couple of the Federal Forms had not been approved yet and I couldn't file them.
Ha The 1120 or 1120S have not yet been approved. I'm not sure why you'd be picking up your copy when the main form itself isn't approved yet?(I might also add the 709 isn't approved either, as well as 1120-H). Quite a few hanging in the balance out there. And if anyone has a Federal education credit, hang it up. They'll be sitting on a hold pattern a while.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#34 Feb 6, 2013
Old Man wrote:
Believe what you will. I know what's in my bank and who put it there. Say what you will also, but I'm no liar and I doubt you are Mr. perfect about everything.
I'm not a Mr. I am a Mrs. That's for starters. And if you've gotten your refund that early, you had one of the simplest returns on the planet and further, they did NOT start accepting e-file until the end of January.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#35 Feb 6, 2013
unnamed wrote:
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This is actually accurate only if you filed one of the 30 forms the IRS has yet to put in the system. If you filed anything for school loan credits or item depreciation credit then the IRS won't be accepting your returns into the system until late Feb early March This is according to their website.
http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/List-of-IRS-f...
Ha Then I guess I do know everything don't I? lol And pssssst.... the 4562 is the term you're looking for to advise whomever you're advising. lol (that would be the first year an asset is placed in service) lmao The other would be the 8863.

Can I further assist in assisting you to assist others? Of course this is all my personal opinion.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#36 Feb 6, 2013
wtv wrote:
god you people are stupid. thank bush for being able to cut down on waste paper or whoever before for direct deposit. instaed of that whole piece of paper, a check, now your foced to have a bank account with a company thanks to yoru hero you just stated there.
It's just a matter of time before even payroll checks will be placed on a Rewards Card if one doesn't have a bank account.

Do you know that now in Europe, phones are used to pay for everything. Go to the grocery, just tap it on the counter and you're on your way. In my personal opinion, we are certainly headed toward a cashless society and just think, all that cash rolling under the table will be .....worthless.
no

London, KY

#37 Feb 7, 2013
I got my refund deposited in my bank on February 4th I filed on January 21st and got an email that my refund was accepted early by the IRS on the 28th but no payments would be payed by the IRS until January 30th. I done my own taxes on turbo tax and I had friends that went to other tax places that had there taxes done after me and got refunds before me. So refunds are coming back and certain people need to know what they are talking about before they open their mouth!
LOL

London, KY

#39 Feb 7, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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It's just a matter of time before even payroll checks will be placed on a Rewards Card if one doesn't have a bank account.
Do you know that now in Europe, phones are used to pay for everything. Go to the grocery, just tap it on the counter and you're on your way. In my personal opinion, we are certainly headed toward a cashless society and just think, all that cash rolling under the table will be .....worthless.
I just came back from Europe and that's not what I saw. There were more people there actually using currency than I see use it in London.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#40 Feb 7, 2013
Reef shark wrote:
<quoted text>It's already that way at the Cracker Barrel.My daughter in law was surprised to find out that if you don't have a bank account for direct deposit then they issue you a debit card that is reloaded every payday.
Yeah, that's where it's headed. Unemployment does that in Illinois already. Paper checks are progressively becoming a dying art. I don't think paperless is such a bad idea, because all the cash running around in this country is assisting in breaking our country. It's the "all about me" century and people don't seem to care the longer term consequences that some purposely inflict on others.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#41 Feb 8, 2013
LOL wrote:
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I just came back from Europe and that's not what I saw. There were more people there actually using currency than I see use it in London.
I was told that by a European. Actually, someone from Poland. I deal with alot of people from other countries. I don't visit there. I try to keep my money within our borders.
LOL

London, KY

#42 Feb 8, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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I was told that by a European. Actually, someone from Poland. I deal with alot of people from other countries. I don't visit there. I try to keep my money within our borders.
Really? Start taking inventory of everything you buy that not made in America and then see if you can say that. The Pole lied to you. Currency is the order of the day in Europe.
ghostrider

Richmond, KY

#43 Feb 8, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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I was told that by a European. Actually, someone from Poland. I deal with alot of people from other countries. I don't visit there. I try to keep my money within our borders.
I guess it feels bad to work for H&R Block or whatever little strip mall tax service that needs you once a year, then go to where the real action is and realize that you missed it. So, you decide you can go to Topix as a saving grace because you can get on London Topix and deride all the Hillbillies that you imagine are exactly the same as you left them and then realize that they too have passed you by and it's too late for you. So you make up this wonderful life of dealing with theologians and Poles and you make yourself someone you're not. Living your ideal life over the World Wide Web where nobody knows you. But your type is well knows. You keep living the dream if it helps you because that's what it is a dream.
right

United States

#44 Feb 8, 2013
Reef shark wrote:
<quoted text>It's already that way at the Cracker Barrel.My daughter in law was surprised to find out that if you don't have a bank account for direct deposit then they issue you a debit card that is reloaded every payday.
many employers have already been doing or going to this. at senture pay stubs are no longer given out, they are sent to your email. unemployment is also direct deposited or put on a card now. i also recently was asked by a cashier at a store asked if i wanted a receipt or to have it sent to my email. i opted for a traditional receipt. when everything starts going by technology, there will be trouble. should not rely so much on technology, since there is so much theft by hacking and technology so frequently has "glitches" and "goes down". everytime computer systems go down, businesses act so helpless and can not do business. and since when can everybody afford internet and computers?
LOL

London, KY

#45 Feb 8, 2013
I always opt for the e-mail receipt because about the only place I've seen those are retail stores where you may have to return something. I know I won't lose the e-mail.

If you can't afford a computer the government might get you one. Cell phone too. The U.S. is a wonderful place as long as you're not paying the bills.
now

United States

#46 Feb 11, 2013
How long is it taking to get them back

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