Overall I paid in more than 50% in taxes.
Overall I paid in more than 20% but less than 50%.
Overall I paid less than 20% but more than 10%.
Overall I paid less than 10% but more than 5%
Overall I paid less than 5% but more than 0%
Overal I didn't pay any taxes.
I am just guessing. I didn't calculate it. I could be lying.
I calculated it my answer. My answer is true.
Every year I have stuff come across my desk that was prepared by other firms and on better than half of those returns I've found issues (which is usually why they came to my desk in the first place). On top of that, after working with a client for a few years I can tell whether something is missing or just doesn't make sense. No data entry clerk is going to notice those differences and if I farm it out I'll be prone to lose that insight too.
I think at that time New Hampshire required income tax on interest income. Is that still the way it is in New Hampshire? or have that done away with all income taxes in New Hampshire?
I heard that, a few years back, the IRS said that 85% of individual returns turned in were incorrect or incomplete. It was the first year of that Schedule M (Making work pay...damn Obama), so I imagine that contributed to a good chunk of them.
The flunky wouldn't do complex returns, but they usually handle EZs and minor As. The firm I worked for, the partner pretty much didn't touch it unless it was a 179, had multiple difficult schedules, or was a family member/friend.
Taxes? Is for suckers
This government will have to do a helluva lot better to get a hold of my hard earned $
Got back enough for a new heavy-duty diesel truck tranny. Realllllly needed it.