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Old 01-08-2011, 02:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just figured I would ask since it's getting close to tax season. I am 95% sure I will be. Not sure if I am going to use all of it, but if I see something I really want I will lol.
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Heck yeah!!!! If I actually get a return. At the rate things are going, it would not suprise me a bit if the IRS showed up and demanded that I pay usage taxes on my watches.
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Not me. If I do get a return it will be going into the emergency reserve fund. Too many things going out in my home now days.
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Not me. If I do get a return it will be going into the emergency reserve fund. Too many things going out in my home now days.
That sucks Rob. Yeah sounds like your better off putting it away.
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Never let the government keep extra money. Always plan so I have to pay between 500-1000 dollars. They pay darn crappy interest, and I can use my money a lot better than they can! :whatever:
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Not me. If I do get a return it will be going into the emergency reserve fund. Too many things going out in my home now days.
That is EXACTLY what I am doing. 2010 completely drained my emergency reserved fund for my family and top priority is building that back up again.
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Not me. If I do get a return it will be going into the emergency reserve fund. Too many things going out in my home now days.
That is EXACTLY what I am doing. 2010 completely drained my emergency reserved fund for my family and top priority is building that back up again.
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Never let the government keep extra money. Always plan so I have to pay between 500-1000 dollars. They pay darn crappy interest, and I can use my money a lot better than they can! :whatever:
I have the same rules.....I try to never let them hold my money. :madd
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Whaaaa? Tax return? I wish.:lol
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Never let the government keep extra money. Always plan so I have to pay between 500-1000 dollars. They pay darn crappy interest, and I can use my money a lot better than they can! :whatever:
pretty much how we do it. altho we try and keep it under $500.

even if we did get a return, it'd go into the kids or the house.
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Ok,lets keep the discussion on topic. I didn't ask if you do or should get money back. Just wanted to know if your using some or all of your tax return on a watch? (if you get a return)
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Ok,lets keep the discussion on topic. I didn't ask if you do or should get money back. Just wanted to know if your using some or all of your tax return on a watch? (if you get a return)
okay then "NO" LOL!!:t:lol
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Nope nothing. Will be surprised if I make 1 or 2 watch buys all year. Got to get $ in order for necessities.
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Ok,lets keep the discussion on topic. I didn't ask if you do or should get money back. Just wanted to know if your using some or all of your tax return on a watch? (if you get a return)
No.
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Nope...wife doesn't like the house we are leasing and we need the money to move...the deposit and 1st months rent and movers will get all our tax refund.
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