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  • #16
    Pffff.... tax return. I pay quarterlies, personal use on my company vehicle, a ridiculous amount of insurances, a kid etc and I still get the luxury of donating money to the Feds and state. Sometimes I sit in my crappy office chair doing bids and billing picturing a moving company carrying in new mahogany desks and swank leather chairs into the IRS offices on the sweat of small businesses backs. Love me some govment.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
      We'll be owing a couple grand as usual I imagine. But it's annual bonus time at the wife's work a small quarterly for me, and I'm probably going to move some money to pay off debts I don't like hanging out there.

      Coincidentally though, a decent shed to replace the little box store steel shed, plus old goat shed I moved up to the drive for the lawn tractor looks to be under serious consideration. I could care less about the sheds, they keep rain off things but the wife doesn't like the mismatched appearance.
      That's my plan as well. I don't have to travel a mile to run into the first household wearing bonnets. My only concern is I'm likely looking at least 12 or 16 x8 and the house wiring might be an obstacle to a vehicle placing directly where I want it depending on total height.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post
        I never get a cash refund. I always rig it so I pay income taxes at the end of the year deadline rather than let the government use my money for nothing and then refund it in April. Required some self-discipline in the old days to make sure there was enough on hand to pay it without dipping into line of credit but it was usually not difficult. Much easier now that my income is almost entirely from pensions and investments. That six grand tax bill last year was something of a kick in the pants. However, during the year those funds pulled in almost seven percent in the hands of my investment councilor so I came out way ahead.
        It aint free Honk. Someone else is still paying for it.

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        • #19
          Nice shed! My Mom had one delivered by the Amish and the price was close the what I had paid in materials for a smaller shed. Tax returns are almost equal to the locale Co and city tax where I work. So it just goes from one form of Gov to another. Anything left over goes for our yearly auto insurance.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
            double post
            That's two more than some of us are getting! Time to email Natalie again ...

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            • #21
              Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
              double post
              yet weirdly I've been unable to respond to the pocket knives post

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              • #22
                I have a taxidermist bill,it will cover that ok,with enough left to pay insurance on my household. LOL,gone but not forgottten.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by PigHunter
                  My Federal tax to be paid is roughly equal to my State refund. So, there are no additional funds for firearms this Spring. Especially since I've been spending on suppressors and reloading components.

                  However, a .22lr bolt action with threaded barrel by late Summer is a strong possibility.
                  They got under my garage - same thing, crushed stone and concrete.

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                  • #24
                    Honk, do you pay canadian taxes and u.s. taxes ?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Outlaw View Post
                      Got a decent federal refund but owe WV most of it so no new guns with my tax money this year. Once I get more saved up my next gun will probably be another pistol, or another 270. I did, however, use the little bit I got to buy a tent and bow target. Let my wife use the rest.
                      I've got several friends who at one time or another have owed the state of Maine. There's were mostly for unpaid fines. I'm assuming you're paying in toward state income taxe...?

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                        Honk, do you pay canadian taxes and u.s. taxes ?
                        I pay Canadian income taxes. Even my US income (e.g. Social Security) is taxed up here. It's due to a tax treaty between the two countries. If I was living down there on December 31, as I understand it my income taxes would be paid in US.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post
                          I never get a cash refund. I always rig it so I pay income taxes at the end of the year deadline rather than let the government use my money for nothing and then refund it in April. Required some self-discipline in the old days to make sure there was enough on hand to pay it without dipping into line of credit but it was usually not difficult. Much easier now that my income is almost entirely from pensions and investments. That six grand tax bill last year was something of a kick in the pants. However, during the year those funds pulled in almost seven percent in the hands of my investment councilor so I came out way ahead.
                          It's amazing that whenever a user votes for the liberal party, there is a Government check coming into the household. Rock Rat and Hoski for example.
                          The puzzle fits those liberal supports to a tee. ?
                          No disrespect to anybody, I am just calling a spade a spade. ????

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                            Honk, do you pay canadian taxes and u.s. taxes ?
                            Which taxes would be higher ? Do you need permission to buy property / cabin in Canada and are the rules the same all across the country ?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Outlaw View Post
                              Got a decent federal refund but owe WV most of it so no new guns with my tax money this year. Once I get more saved up my next gun will probably be another pistol, or another 270. I did, however, use the little bit I got to buy a tent and bow target. Let my wife use the rest.
                              Yes. Even though we live in NC, because we’re stationed here with the military we still pay WV income tax and not NC tax. My wife’s job does not take out tax for WV, so when we file our return it’s all paid then.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                                Big G turn your ramp 180* Your boards will take any weight and without sagging...You must be a plumber!!;-(( I'm buying a Schoolhouse Chopper (AR-15) NOT!!
                                Tree, the Amish made the ramp and set it. The Amish knows how to use the pressure treated wood. I know pipes they know wood. ?

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