TravelGeek wrote:ShiftF5 wrote:Yelp better get a handle on that before it seriously impacts their credibility.
Yelp has credibility?
abuss368 wrote:livesoft wrote:Guantanamo, Cuba.
Incredible! That was priceless and made me laugh out loud.
crg11 wrote:I just sent in those forms (my wife and I) to the IRS. Even though we haven't had a fraudulent tax return, I hope the Anthem hack is enough for the IRS to start having us use a PIN.
jebmke wrote:When I lived in Belgium I didn't file their taxes until one year after the end of the year. e.g. 2014 would be filed in January of 2016. By then, the forms always match. That could work here too.
Toons wrote:I was expecting one of mine to pay out 10-15k in long term gains,and it did.
MBster wrote:Also, am I going to be socked with paying self-employment tax as well even though I am not planning to start an actual business from this?
ps56k wrote:Sidney wrote: Publication 17 has some good charts that walk you thought the various tests.
I'll take a look, not a big deal -
just was weird that it seemed to be based upon earning more or less than the deduction amount of $3950.
Deep Thoughts wrote:Three 5 thousand dollar watches.
nordlead wrote:I'd rent.
Ron wrote:livesoft wrote:I would not go.
The future is for the young (and young of heart), not for old geezers like me ...