Have You Filed Your 2012 Tax Returns?

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Have You Filed Your 2012 Tax Returns?

Yes
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No
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TSPking
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Have You Filed Your 2012 Tax Returns?

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Have You Filed Your 2012 Tax Returns?
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I just received my prepared returns from my CPA today and I'm still recovering from the shock of what I owe. Unbelievable!
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BigMike
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No. They don't get my money until the last possible day when I must give it to them!

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On the bottom of my monthly budget spreadsheet for each year, I have installed the functions to do my taxes: state and Federal, which changes the taxes and yearly totals so that this retired vet can know his tax burden to the dollar. Therefore, I am not surprised by a large tax bill and deficit during the next year. Preparing the tax forms early is not painful for me.
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natohog
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There should be an option for "I don't know."

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Are medical expenses beyond pre-tax premiums and co-payments (aka hospital visit) tax deductable? Thanks in advance...
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TSPKing: Medical expenses that exceed 7% of your adjusted gross income are deductible if I remember right. So far I haven't had that much.

I have received my refund already. $12.00 from the state and about $100.00 federal. I always try to cut it close without having to pay.

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Already got both the state and Fed returns. Was a good year that paid off 2 low balance credit cards.
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