Did Our Taxes - Thanks Trump And Republican Majority In Congress

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My accountant tells me she will increase her fee because of he extra work the new tax code causes. It also looks like the new code puts me in a higher bracket, even though my income is about the same.
 
Oct 2011
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Most Americans will see more money.

Not to mention those who won’t have to pay the Obamacare fine.
From what I've seen so far it equals about a bag of groceries. $40-$50 a month a month for the Middle Class. Trump throws breadcrumbs to his little Trumpster's and they fall down to their knees. How dignified?
 

Southern Dad

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Feb 2015
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I wouldn't have it any other way. It's nice to have that lump sum of money to make a purchase without having to go into debt.
The reason you see a tax refund as a good thing is because you lack the willpower to save. Some people understand that giving the government a tax free loan is a bad idea.


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The reason you see a tax refund as a good thing is because you lack the willpower to save. Some people understand that giving the government a tax free loan is a bad idea.


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Speaking out your ass again without knowing what you are talking about. But not surprising, same stuff you always do when you post.
 
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The reason you see a tax refund as a good thing is because you lack the willpower to save. Some people understand that giving the government a tax free loan is a bad idea.


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It is smart to minimize your tax deductions and put the money to pay your taxes into a savings account instead. If someone tries it and fails to maintain sufficient funding in the savings account though, it could become a problem.
 

HCProf

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Sep 2014
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It is smart to minimize your tax deductions and put the money to pay your taxes into a savings account instead. If someone tries it and fails to maintain sufficient funding in the savings account though, it could become a problem.
That is what I did this year after being warned that I may end up paying more than usual. I ended up with about 200.00 a month from the tax cut from all my employers. I saved every dime because I know I will just end up giving it back. Some tax cut. LOL
 
Jun 2014
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That is what I did this year after being warned that I may end up paying more than usual. I ended up with about 200.00 a month from the tax cut from all my employers. I saved every dime because I know I will just end up giving it back. Some tax cut. LOL

Yeah, it's not exactly a huge windfall, but you do get to hang onto your own money, rather than handing it over to the IRS as you make it, and you'll earn a tiny bit of interest.
 

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