Itís that that time of the year again. I just completed my tax return (I know, I'm early). I'm getting $2400 back, so I'm happy (I would have owed $400 if it wasn't for the house and student loan deductions). Itís not going for anything fun (paying off 3 year old college debt, but I only owe $1300 now for school) but its payments I won't have to make in a month or two that I can then spend on fun stuff. What are everyone else's expectations?
First year law student, ego may be dangerously inflated.
Deflation not recommended without sedation (liquor).
I haven't done my taxes yet, but hoping I will get a few bucks back. Last year I had to pay like $500 b/c I accidentally claimed too many dependents, but I sorted all that out this past year. Guess I'll just have to see when I get around to doing them this year.
reason for...? I thought during tax time it was all about getting some back
money that you receive back, means money the government has kept from you that it owes you. Ideally you keep all your money all year (plus owe a little bit). Keep that money working for you in investments and savings. Money recieved come refund day, is money that has earned no interest
oh I see...still being under my parent's roof I dont know much about the real life situations
I just saw that your located in Reno, Im in Davis, currently enrolled in UC davis ...and Ive always seen the signs to RENO and what not and I didn't know it was all the way in NV...I thought it was in california
I typically get $2500-$3000 back. I decreased my deductions to try to minimize that. I also made more money this year than the last few years. So I have no idea what my tax return situation will be. I guess I have to wait until I get all my paperwork and see.
Amendment 10 -
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