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Art, just a re(tired) Fil-Am:
For some retirees on a fixed income and or semi-retired, dealing with their annual taxes is somewhat stressful, but since the 2018 tax laws in the U.S. was revamped, alot of Americans were able to keep more of their earnings. I haven't really read any of the new tax laws before I filed our 2017 joint returns, but I did notice that I paid 40% less taxes for 2017 even though not enough Federal tax was withheld from my government pension. I had to adjust my 2018 tax withholding to break even for 2018.
I used Tax Slayer to e-file our joint returns because Turbo Tax gave me problems with their on-line software.

Art, just a re(tired) Fil-Am:
Immigration,Visas to stay in the Philippines / Re: SRRV for former citizens
Last post by FastWalk on Today at 08:31:16 PM

Quote from: BudM on Today at 08:18:23 PM
LoL.  Anyone?  Well, you just go ahead and keep believing that if it makes your day.
Well,  tell me more.   You seem like a good sort from other stuff you write.  How is my comment offensive to you?  I don't like taxes myself.  If I was broke no taxes.


Immigration,Visas to stay in the Philippines / Re: SRRV for former citizens for former Filipino citizens.
Last post by BudM on Today at 08:18:23 PM

Quote from: FastWalk on Today at 07:38:51 AM
Personal perspective is that anyone that has issues with tax(s) are lucky and or smart.   It means they have some money,  otherwise there would not be any tax problem.

LoL.  Anyone?  Well, you just go ahead and keep believing that if it makes your day.



--- Quote from: Art, just a re(tired) Fil-Am on April 10, 2018, 07:03:42 AM ---To stay on topic, I just put Fastwalks quotes here under TAXES since his comments had nothing to do with SRRVs.

For some retirees on a fixed income and or semi-retired, dealing with their annual taxes is somewhat stressful, but since the 2018 tax laws in the U.S. was revamped, alot of Americans were able to keep more of their earnings. I haven't really read any of the new tax laws before I filed our 2017 joint returns, but I did notice that I paid 40% less taxes for 2017 even though not enough Federal tax was withheld from my government pension. I had to adjust my 2018 tax withholding to break even for 2018.
I used Tax Slayer to e-file our joint returns because Turbo Tax gave me problems with their on-line software.
No matter what, people will always have tax problems whether they have little money or lots of money. Those who are homeless and broke don't have any tax problems. Their main concerns would be where will their next meal will come from or will they be able to find suitable shelter from day to day? 

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