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mcb39

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About mcb39

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    gardening, reading, family and friends add : brand new Great Grand baby boy! Life is GOOD

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  1. This AM, I locked in for the waiver of a $49 deferral. I had to pay the tax and handling today. Will pay the balance on Dec 1. I just like to get it over with and they have been bombarding me with emails. This AM, I got a call. I'm with Margaret; maybe 2 more years, cutting back gradually. I had zero issues with the program this year. I am just so far behind with the lockdown and the money isn't flowing like it normally would be. Also, am unable to have any help in the office. Stay healthy, everyone
  2. So, how does this affect the payment of April and June extension payments?
  3. No, the statement that I read said that this was an extension on time to pay as well, with no penalties or interest.
  4. This would be so sweet as I have already lost 10 days due to my own illness. Now I am facing two funerals in the coming week. My assistant is out today and also was ill in January when I wanted to complete preparations for the tax season which dropped like a bombshell the last week in January. One way or another, we have to get it done.
  5. I really fail on the upside down this year. Embarrassing and Unprofessional.
  6. I experienced zero crashing. Overall, the program was the only help that I had. As many have said, the Comparison sheet was what told the truth and every client got one. Many extensions to go. We cannot rule out the Schedule A in WI, because many, many times some of the deductions flow through to the WI return. I had WAY too many people who owed a LOT. That's a hard situation to deal with, unless the client understands. From beginning to end, the worst tax season that I have ever had.
  7. Been through this once already this year. If an unmarried couple live together with THEIR child; the parent with the highest income MUST claim the child for HOH, CTC and EIC. I read and read and found it very clearly stated on page 4-11 of Quickfinder. These are the tie breaking rules for this particular situation and killed the EIC. I highlighted and marked the page in case it comes up again. Dad had to take it all. Mom ends up owing. If you analyze it in your mind, you know that this is fair.
  8. However, there are cases where the girlfriend qualifies the taxpayer as HOH under the rules of Other Relative. For instance; if she is not required to file a tax return.
  9. Needed half a filing cabinet to contain it all...........
  10. One sided here and financial institutions want PAPER. We closed on a rental property this past summer and YOU SHOULD SEE THE PAPER!
  11. At least they have finally given us a filing date. Will it hold water and will the software be ready?
  12. Sara could have been reading my mind when she wrote her post. My reply is "all of the above". In 40 years I have never felt so inadequate and unprofessional. Confusion is rampant. I don't feel ready even though I, too, have been studying and attending classes. I have many printouts, but it appears that some of the issues we need to address this year have not even been fully enacted. Even the instructors are unable to instruct. Let's hope that we can get through this together and with each others help.
  13. mcb39

    Merry Happy

    Catherine, you said it all for those of us who wish to extend Greetings.
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