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Taxes

Post by Nachos » Sun Oct 22, 12:25 2017

This is the first year I've really got to deal with them, because I'm still registered as a freelancer even though I've made barely any money from it last year. Still have to let them know what money I have made! And I'd like to keep my freelance status for the future just in case I can make some money on the side again.

It's all gone digital this year and I don't know what forms to fill in :( Hard!

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Re: Taxes

Post by Skeezy » Tue Oct 24, 10:34 2017

Taxes suck. Usually my wife and I dont have complicated taxes. She was on Obama care 2 years prior to last tax time and it made things a lot messier since we waited till last minute. Always great times having to find paper work you misplaced.

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Re: Taxes

Post by Bork » Tue Oct 24, 10:47 2017

Finding the required paperwork is generally my main problem with taxes. For some reason, I think it's a good idea to leave it in the various piles of mail that accumulate instead of putting in a separate, more secure location. Although if I did that, I'd probably forget.

Funny how things going digital is supposed to make it easier...
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Re: Taxes

Post by rowan » Tue Oct 24, 15:05 2017

it's not especially secure but we have a folder all that stuff goes into. my process is if I open a piece of mail with tax related things in it I give to my husband and he puts it in the folder. ;) (this is because the folder lives under his desk, and the mail comes while he's working). Harder to remember are the co-pay receipts.
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Re: Taxes

Post by Nachos » Wed Oct 25, 13:35 2017

It shouldn't even be this hard because I only had income 4 times last year, all under the amount that is taxable... but the online form is being silly and not accepting my name on my bank account and argh!
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