Comments: Death & ...

I hear you. We are generally happy if we "break even". Or if we do get money back, it is as little as possible. *I* want to have *my* money - not "loan" it to Uncle Sam...

Posted by Richmond at April 17, 2006 03:55 PM

I think they should change tax day to the filer's birthday. That would lighten the crush and decrease the need for the world's largest computer.

Posted by _Jon at April 19, 2006 05:26 PM

I've also noticed that if what you owe takes a big jump from one year to the next, they make you pay a penalty for not paying it sooner.

In other words, you have to pay THEM interest on the interest-free loan you DIDN'T give them :-/

Posted by Harvey at April 20, 2006 10:49 AM

Tax refunds have been a way of preparing the American people for planning ahead. Example: My refund will offset my gasoline bill, making it seem like I get three months of free gas - like I planned it (gas bill) in advance. Or: My gas bill seems like I'm only paying $1.98 per gallon - Woohoo!

Posted by Tuck at April 26, 2006 03:37 PM
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