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HELP! Tax Advise Needed!

This is a discussion on HELP! Tax Advise Needed! within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Slippy, I don't think you can claim them. My wife and I have been sending the government money every week to take care of them. ...

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    Slippy, I don't think you can claim them. My wife and I have been sending the government money every week to take care of them. So I should be able to claim them.
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    Sounds spot on to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    April 15 is nearly upon us and like many of you, I strive to adhere to the unconstitutional tax laws of the land obviously to avoid jail time and that such nonsense...but I digress!

    I am about to file my taxes and want to make sure I am doing the right thing. Under DEPENDENTS Am I being correct to list my dependents as;

    20 Million Illegals,

    40 Million People on SNAP Food Stamps and

    Over 100 Shit-Hole Countries that receive aid from my earnings?


    Or am I estimating a bit low on this? Please any TAX EXPERTS chime in!

    As always,

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    Slippy!
    And you mostly likely won't get a refund...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewRiverGeorge View Post
    And you mostly likely won't get a refund...
    What is this "REFUND" of which you speak?
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    Refund?........................REFUND! Wait......refund?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    What is this "REFUND" of which you speak?
    It's money you loan to the gubbamint.......... interest free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    Heh, heh, heh.

    Wait until you young men find out your Social Security is taxable income too.

    Not only that, but if you go back to work part time after retirement, federal income tax and Medicare are taken out of your paycheck.
    I feel that pain LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    Heh, heh, heh.

    Wait until you young men find out your Social Security is taxable income too.

    Not only that, but if you go back to work part time after retirement, federal income tax and Medicare are taken out of your paycheck.
    Work for $$$ or barter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Trapper View Post
    Work for $$$ or barter.
    My particular part time job is all part of the retirement plan I envisioned years before I actually retired at age 67.
    I work for a very large, nationwide, auto parts company. This was done so I could get an employee discount on the parts and supplies needed to build my hot rod.
    Original plans called for the base to be a mid-1980's Fox Body Mustang.

    However, so far the job has paid for annual trips to my Army division reunions instead of buying the Mustang to begin work. Each year this costs me $1500 or more.
    Plan B is now in place - use the existing 1988 F-150 that has been sitting since I last parked it in 2007. 302 V-8 w/5 speed manual. Get rid of the computer bull crap, go with Edlebrock 4 barrel carb, hot Crane cam, headers, etc.
    Florida has no vehicle inspections of any type - mechanical or emissions, to hinder me building a nice fire breathing exhaust rumbling tire burning "farm truck". Show those young pups in town that Ol' Grandpa is not to be messed with out on the street.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    My particular part time job is all part of the retirement plan I envisioned years before I actually retired at age 67.
    I work for a very large, nationwide, auto parts company. This was done so I could get an employee discount on the parts and supplies needed to build my hot rod.
    Original plans called for the base to be a mid-1980's Fox Body Mustang.

    However, so far the job has paid for annual trips to my Army division reunions instead of buying the Mustang to begin work. Each year this costs me $1500 or more.
    Plan B is now in place - use the existing 1988 F-150 that has been sitting since I last parked it in 2007. 302 V-8 w/5 speed manual. Get rid of the computer bull crap, go with Edlebrock 4 barrel carb, hot Crane cam, headers, etc.
    Florida has no vehicle inspections of any type - mechanical or emissions, to hinder me building a nice fire breathing exhaust rumbling tire burning "farm truck". Show those young pups in town that Ol' Grandpa is not to be messed with out on the street.
    AWESOME!

    And I will predict the final product will look something like this!

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