Monday, January 26, 2015

Tax Survival Kit

Okay, I was going to be all like reflective and ooey about how to survive the Tax Season.
Nuts to that! This is what we really need to survive the tax season!!

Coffee
Chocolate
Tea
Books
Laughs
Easy Suppers

So, I'm not telling you how to survive, I'm giving away your survival kit!!


To enter the drawing, leave a comment about tax season, or FAFSA forms, or organizing your desk, and filing---how do you survive it??

Who does all the paperwork at your house? You? Your spouse? 
The Taxman?

How do you resist the desire to shove it all through a giant shredder? LOL.
Are you paperless? Or a hardcopy-type? Which is best?
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Blog post by Anne Love-
Writer of Historical Romance inspired by her family roots. 
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18 comments:

  1. Great music, coffee & chocolate are helpful!

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  2. Taxes?! What are those??? ;) My hubby does the taxes and he likes it. He's really good at getting all the little extras in there. I just hand him my donation receipts! Shredder? Most certainly that sounds like the better way to go. He just needs quiet and time to get through them. Of course me supplying the food and coffee do help.

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    1. Our high school government teacher made us learn taxes before we could graduate. A good skill to have. And sometimes a skill I wish I didn't have. Be thankful your hubby likes it. I endure it.

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  3. We've been married over 33 years and my husband has always done our taxes. I don't think he trusts me to do them, LOL. Before we married I always files a short form. He uses Turbo Tax and really likes it. He also has to do his Dads taxes (he's 91). If I win I'd be glad to share the kit with him. I'd maybe even cook him a good supper for once!

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    1. I admit it is easier with Turbo Tax! And I just downloaded 2014 version.

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  4. oh boy, taxes.... I tend to put them off initially, then drag out the paper copy and google the instructions and walk through the EZ form just as slowly as I can... then celebrate with ice cream afterwards :)

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    1. I like to get them out of the way ASAP! Hate them hanging over my To-Do list!

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  5. We have a home business. I manage all the finances and book-keeping. I do not do the taxes though. I keep excellent records. Our accountant loves me...haha. It is a stressful time of year, no doubt. No more FAFSA this year...YAY!

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    1. YAY for you no FAFSA Loree! I've made it past 3, only 3 more--only 2 more after this one. Getting there!

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  6. I survive by having a wonderful husband who takes care of it!!!!

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  7. My hubby files it online, but he can't file anything except in stacks. So I do the work as far as filing the papers, etc. at least we no longer own a business. Quick books could really give someone a heart attack! ;)

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  8. I am so glad to be retired & not have to file the business income taxes!!
    We were paint contractors, my husband kept track of business expenses & I then did the book work. I was so glad when we no longer needed an accountant. Now my children call & want my help with their taxes ! ! Still need my coffee & chocolate :)

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  9. I have one, but blogger isn't liking my comments. Sigh.

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  10. Ah, Cara, sorry blogger is being weird. ;( I'd love to hear your comment. Girls, ladies, be ever so grateful your husband's or taxmen do them for you. Maybe you should take him out for dinner! ;)

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  11. Jolene--I think I should just hire one! ;)

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