mac_guy wrote: I also don't think his cousin is going to tell his mother the girl will be moving in.
mac_guy wrote: I don't think my brother's roommate wants to tell his mother his g/f is living there.
Jill07 wrote:Why can't the Aunt know that the GF is living in the apartment?
passivestream wrote:But wouldn't the exclusion apply only to State taxes and you would still be on the hook for Federal Taxes ?
If so, it seems like a Roth would still make sense for most, right ?
RevYoung wrote:555 wrote:My emergency fund doesn't have an asset allocation because you can't divide by zero.
So…you don't have an emergency fund.
Which is another way of saying you have invested it.
Do I get a prize now?
For a majority (or a lot) of taxpayers, W2 is the most complicated document they'll get.Traveler wrote:I've never understood how people with anything more complicated than a W-2 can file so early.
Hahahahaha. You don't understand.Rainier wrote:Sounds like you are doing something wrong then.555 wrote:I file in mid-January, as soon as IRS opens up e-filing. I have all my information by then, and the information never changes later. And I get a large refund, so I want it ASAP.