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I'm going to keep it responsible and save it.
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me and the team always be alittle extra in the club round this time of the year.
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I take classes in the union I'm with. Can I use that towards my tax deductions? Can I use my union dues towards tax deductions? 


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post #154 of 238

Yo how much do parents get back for having a kid???
Does it depend on how much you made or is it just a set amount?

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post #155 of 238
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i think like 3500 per kid
post #156 of 238
I should be getting close to $4-5K, hopefully I dont owe anything.

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post #158 of 238
Used TurboTax today but something isn't adding up right. Going to have to go over it in the morning. Made less than 1k more than last year but am only getting half the return I got last year????? mean.gif
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I used tax slayer this year...got a little less then last year But I aint complaining..Im gonna pay my tickets, fix my front windshield and get tinted windows...and buy my bro some shoes, and give some money to my fam

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Got a little over $1200. Using it to pay off all of my credit card debt. pimp.gif

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post #162 of 238
is there anywhere to do my taxes cheaper than 50 bucks? i usually throw my homie who is an accountant an eighth and he does them. i just messed them up one time now i'm scared to do them myself. laugh.gif i have two w-2's and the student thing from my school.
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is there anywhere to do my taxes cheaper than 50 bucks? i usually throw my homie who is an accountant an eighth and he does them. i just messed them up one time now i'm scared to do them myself. laugh.gif i have two w-2's and the student thing from my school.

Ive used Tax Slayer for 3 years...its cheap and easy to use, under 40 bucks, they can also discount it from your refunds if you want

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maybe i'll try that. we're both busy and have kids and work so it's hard to get together.
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Ive used Tax Slayer for 3 years...its cheap and easy to use, under 40 bucks, they can also discount it from your refunds if you want

problem with these programs is that youre limited to what you can edit and do which = less money for you
post #167 of 238
Made 17k on a job I started in August...

Went on turbo tax and they said I get a $3500 refund.

Is this real life? Never filed taxes before.
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Made 17k on a job I started in August...

Went on turbo tax and they said I get a $3500 refund.

Is this real life? Never filed taxes before.

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post #169 of 238
Man i worked one job this year. Easiest file ever.

One job....one deduction really (college loan interest).

My returns are always low. $300 this year. Got $100 last year. Gonna just use the money to cop flyknit lunar 1s. The other $150 will be saved.
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post #170 of 238

Getting a little over $2k. Going towards credit card bills.

post #171 of 238
Last year I got around $500 this year turbo tax says I owe $2 naw **** that that can't be right laugh.gif I only made area thousand dollars more, I'm going to a tax professional.
post #172 of 238

Hey so is there anything i can do as a student to get money back???
I dont receive Fasfa and i payed last years tuition in cash. I got all the receipts and everything.
They offering me 1000 back for my part time job return

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post #173 of 238
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Hey so is there anything i can do as a student to get money back???
I dont receive Fasfa and i payed last years tuition in cash. I got all the receipts and everything.
They offering me 1000 back for my part time job return

Sorry playa, all the ballers are out balling with their tax returns.... Try again next year for advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sorry playa, all the ballers are out balling with their tax returns.... Try again next year for advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Im jk, somebody give this man some help here sheesh. Sorry I can't help, I didnt go the school route in life....


roll.giflol i must be a tad bit late on getting these taxes done

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post #175 of 238
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Hey so is there anything i can do as a student to get money back???

I dont receive Fasfa and i payed last years tuition in cash. I got all the receipts and everything.

They offering me 1000 back for my part time job return

you didnt get a tax form from your school saying how much you paid?? 1098 i think it is
post #176 of 238
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Hey so is there anything i can do as a student to get money back???

I dont receive Fasfa and i payed last years tuition in cash. I got all the receipts and everything.

They offering me 1000 back for my part time job return

I paid $5500 cash for a program I took. Claimed it last year when I did my taxes. Gave me a little over $2k. Just show your receipts to whoever does your taxes
post #177 of 238
people shouldn't focus on the amount of the "refund" they get. you should focus on the amount of tax liability and the ratio of tax liability to income.

also, people should realize that the tax code changes from year to year. if you haven't looked around in a while, there are some substantial economic factors affecting the world we live in. your elected representatives make changes to the code that could result in a higher or lower tax liability for you. so even if your circumstances barely change, (i.e. only earning $1,000 more than last year) there could be a significantly different outcome. if you really want to understand why this year is different from last year, look at your tax return form from last year side by side with the tax return form from this year. don't just focus on the refund! every single line plays a part in why your refund is what it is. more accurately; every single line plays a part in why your tax liability is what it is.

want to understand why your refund amount is what it is?

1. print out a copy of your completed form. (the one that shows the line items by number, and a brief description of what the line item is)

2. go over the line item instructions for your form one by one. (get stuck? google the word you're unsure about. call the IRS or appropriate agency for help. go into a tax professional's office. go to a VITA location { http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Find-a-Location-for-Free-Tax-Prep }. don't understand the answer you're given? ask for clarification. ask until you DO understand.)

3. do the math yourself with a calculator.




taxes should not be mystical and confusing. this is YOUR money. the more you understand the system, the better off you will be. if you're not sure whether or not your tax forms are filled out correctly, you should research the issues until you are sure. the "easy" way out is to pay somebody to do it for you, but please please please do not rely on somebody being correct just because you paid them a lot of money to perform a service for you.
post #178 of 238
Nothing I owe them 300.00
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Originally Posted by BenDover View Post

Hey so is there anything i can do as a student to get money back???

I dont receive Fasfa and i payed last years tuition in cash. I got all the receipts and everything.

They offering me 1000 back for my part time job return

From how I understand it, you get back approximately 40% of what you pay in schooling back assuming you made enough money to actually pay into taxes. i paid something like 6K 2 years back and in added about $1500 to my return. Just do a tax refund estimator on HR block (google it) and it'll give you an idea.
post #180 of 238
BTW i filed on the 1st but mine hasn't been accepted because i'm claiming school expenses. Hopefully i get it before my bday but I'm thining i'm getting it right after. Oh well.

edit:found this

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced today that taxpayers will be able to start filing two major tax forms next week covering education credits and depreciation. Starting Sunday, Feb. 10, the IRS will start processing tax returns that contain Form 4562, Depreciation and Amortization. And on Thursday, Feb. 14, the IRS plans to start processing Form 8863, Education Credits. This step clears the way for almost all taxpayers to start filing their tax returns for 2012. These forms affected the largest groups of taxpayers who weren’t able to file following the Jan. 30 opening of the 2013 tax season. The IRS will be able to accept the education credits and depreciation forms following the completion of reprogramming and testing of its systems. Work continues on preparing IRS systems to accept the remaining tax forms affected by the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) enacted by Congress on Jan. 2. The IRS also announced today it will start accepting the remaining forms affected by the January legislation the first week of March. A specific date will be announced later..
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