View Poll Results: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

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  • Getting back $1-$250

    2 5.26%
  • getting $250-$500

    4 10.53%
  • getting $500-$1000

    6 15.79%
  • getting $1000-$2500

    3 7.89%
  • getting $2500-$5000

    5 13.16%
  • getting greater than $5000

    5 13.16%
  • owe $1-1000

    5 13.16%
  • owe $1000-$3000

    2 5.26%
  • owe $3000-$6000

    1 2.63%
  • owe greater than $6000

    5 13.16%
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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    We never owe, we always get back. This year it was close to $3000 state and fed combined.
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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Quote Originally Posted by StandUpChuck View Post
    I don't think it was wise to make this a public poll. Anonymity and money work much better together.

    We pay taxes every year.
    You're probably right, too late now. Money is a touchy subject.

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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    I always over pay, and I get a small amount back. There's been no such thing as not paying federal income taxes in my entire life. I guess I should have had several kids, and should now be raising my grandchildren, and taken out a huge mortgage. I wasn't smart enough to do these things.
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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    We gave the Feds an interest-free loan of about $2,100 this year. Claimed a loss from some stocks and investment property.

    Texas doesn't have an income tax, so we're square that way. We got ass-raped with property taxes though, as usual.

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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Personally, I'm getting back over $4,000. I'm putting most of it into paying off the mortgage, ala Dave Ramsey. Also buying a Vitamix blender.
    Last edited by MyOwnDrum; 04-16-10 at 11:46 PM.

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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    $00.00 federal
    $234 state
    $1,100 local
    But, what do you hear people cry about?
    I'm "poor", the rich pay 2 and 3 times that..

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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    Today is April 15th, I'm sure you all know. Sooooo???? How did you all fare?
    Refund from Federal in the amount of Nunyadaymbizness - and I had to send a check to state in the amount of Greedybastards.
    Fool me once, shame on you.
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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGirlNextDoor View Post
    Refund from Federal in the amount of Nunyadaymbizness - and I had to send a check to state in the amount of Greedybastards.
    Is Kansas handing out IOU's instead of refunds again this year?

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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Is Kansas handing out IOU's instead of refunds again this year?
    They were waiting on the money I had to send them, to pay some other poor fool. Last I heard, they were 'delaying' some refunds. I fully suspect I wasn't the only poor slob that suddenly "owed" State this year. I don't make ****.. I really don't.
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    Re: How much is your tax return? (or how much do you owe?)

    Quote Originally Posted by lizzie View Post
    I always over pay, and I get a small amount back. There's been no such thing as not paying federal income taxes in my entire life. I guess I should have had several kids, and should now be raising my grandchildren, and taken out a huge mortgage. I wasn't smart enough to do these things.
    Why? Then you could be like me and wind up having to pay. Big myth that people with kids get an assload of money. I'm a single mom with two kids who reside with me full time and I have to pay. I could see it if I was a doctor or something that made a boatload of money... but I don't.

    Someone in this thread said they were getting a refund of four grand? How the hell? I have the MAXIMUM taken out and claim NO dependants so they take a sizable chunk out of each check... and I still have to pay? WTF is up with that. Maybe it's because my state is so ****ed up.
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