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23 Comments For This Post
  • Mayank
    May 13, 2012 at 11:43 am

    If you REALLY want to be “smart” about it, don’t have so much tax withheld from your pay in the first place! A “decent” refund in my book is $0. Heck, I’d rather PAY when I file. That way the government is lending ME money, not the other way around. That’s all that YOU are doing, and you’re getting nothing in return for it, either. If you went to Wally World and bought some stuff for $15 and gave the cashier a $20, and she told you that you’d have to wait until next April for your change, you’d argue, right? Why then is it such a great deal when the GOVERNMENT does the same thing to you? Dumber yet, you AGREE in advance to let them do it to you [by having too much withheld from your pay]. You ASK them to do it to you! If you get more than pocket change for a refund then you’re doing yourself a disservice. If you had the proper amount of tax withheld in the first place, you’d be current on your credit cards or even be ahead on them. The interest you would have saved could have EASILY been as much as HALF of whatever refund you are looking at, given how high credit card rates are–esp. to college students! If you’re carrying any credit card debt, pay that off FIRST. That’s a rate of return of between 35% and 75% right there. You want smart? You just got it!

    • Raj
      July 2, 2012 at 10:19 pm

      Yup, you can revise your old taxes up to 3 years after to see if you can get more money back (forever if you owe money). So, as of this writing, you can redo your 2009-2011 taxes the way they should have been done, simple as a scratchpad. This is done using Form 1040X. Send it in. Get paid.

      • Kirihara
        September 12, 2012 at 11:02 pm

        If you settle a tax debt before you file your current return, for which you are owed a refund, then you will receive the refund. If you don’t settle a debt, then the refund will be applied to your tax debt to reduce the amount of back taxes you owe.

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