Monday, April 15, 2019

Your Turn

Refund or no refund this year on your taxes?

39 comments:

Alf Landon said...

less taxes paid out of paychek.

sandybrook said...

Refund. Still waiting for it to get to the checking account.

Trapped said...

I always owe Uncle Sam, what's new

Brayson87 said...

The goal is to break even, otherwise you're giving the government an interest free loan.

kfitz said...

refund

Harlita said...

Refund

Todd said...

Refund

Thia said...

@Brayson - totally agree. I did get a refund this year and I prefer to break even or owe a little bit.

Vita said...

Nope

Simon said...

Refund? I’m always paying more.

Sd Auntie said...

Refund that is 1000 less.

AlleyKat said...

No chance...not now my hard earned £'s are keeping MeAgains hoary old yachting ass.

Do Tell said...

Biggest refund yet, on top of bigger paychecks. Life is good. :)

Ann said...

We owed Uncle Sam just like every other year.

Florin said...

Owed this year thanks to the SALT cap. Going to have to adjust my W-4.

Thorne said...

Slightly less federal taxes owed, slightly more state taxes owed.

PghGirl said...

I paid alot more

Aquagirl said...

Extension.

Krab said...

Good refund that went to pay my ex-husband's tax bill. Swell.

Fluffyisgone said...

Bigger refund than last year. Satisfied.

Tuesdi said...

Paying. Usually get a modest refund. And my paycheck was NOT higher.....

Unknown said...

HA! I am 10-99. Haven't paid taxes since 2007. fuck the IRS

mooshki said...

Refund, because I bumped my withholding up when I read about how tRump was fucking us all over, yet again.

Thia said...

Interesting, @mooshki - I made zero changes, had a slight bump in pay, and got a refund.

MichiganMama59 said...

I got more weekly and a little less refund. But the weekly increase outweighed the less I got in refund - by a lot!

mike m said...

@Thia, mooshki just wanted to express her TDS.

I finally got a refund after being fucked over by Obunghole in his last miserable years.

Sagan said...

Finally broke even with the state after having an extra $3/week taken out of my check. Federal, owed a lot less than I figured - almost pocket change.

hiyosilvergirl said...

Is hard to say - am self-employed, so was able to write off expenses. This "saved" me about $20K in taxes, but that does not even come close to covering my losses. One big change this year is that you couldn't claim moving expenses.

:| raven |: said...

owe $4,000 this year. thanks for that Chump.

OKay said...

I'm self-employed and poor on paper. I don't pay taxes. :)

Jane said...

They kept all of the money I paid at married and zero, then charged 1000 more. That is 200 more than I usually pay.

Rosie riveter said...

So...
Thats... not how a 1099 works
Smdh

Chica said...

I’m surprised it who always has to be the first to reply even if it’s wrong or a dumb guess hasn’t posted.

Trivia this one you sure to get right if you reply

Liv said...

getting a whopping $10 back lmao

RedVelvetBoots said...

Refund. Much smaller than last year. I'm one of those people who don't mind Uncle Sam hanging onto my money for a year and then giving it back.

Traditional saving accounts pay basically zero interest. Investments of course pay more but I'd rather hedge against any taxes owed by overpaying slightly and getting a return. So yeah I've got no issues with getting a refund.

DavidHowesCREBroker said...

Since I am Self-Employed, I paid!
But, the amount owed was smaller than usual.

CityGirl said...

Extension - self employed

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KittensRUs said...

Same as Krab.

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