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Filed Feb 4th, just received. Notification that deposit will be Wednesday. They are working, just behind. Hang in there all!!
Soups1 ‎Posted Monday | Latest post yesterday by Soups1
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A quick online search will show that being more organized can help you be more productive at work. There are endless ways to go about it, so many in fact, that it can be a little overwhelming. By sharing our tips and tricks for organizing, we hope th... read more
Community Manager ‎Posted 3 weeks ago
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I have searched help and this section for every combination of "subscription" and "cancel" and "renew" that I can think of. Apparently Ituit does not want me to know how to close this account! Can anyone guide me? The fact that there is literally no ... read more
tsondogocha ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by DoninGA
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wangyuenan ‎Posted a week ago | Latest post a week ago by tagteam
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(The release date ought to be on the first page of their web site in large type, but I have searched and found stuff about 2019 and 2014 and releasing money and everything else but this simple, obvious, piece of information. Do they announce the rele... read more
ainsinga ‎Posted 2 weeks ago | Latest post 2 weeks ago by fanfare
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In 2019, I got Pell Grant $5000, used $600 for books. My income from W2 was $2800. Total of my taxable income is $7000 (5000-600+2800). Do I still need to file Tax Return even my income is less than $12200 of Standard Deduction?
Kiki ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by Kiki
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I would like to estimate quarterly payments. I have w2 and 1099 income. My employment situation is different than last year. I didn’t file with turbo tax before. How can I use turbo tax to help me calculate my estimate payment? My income increased be... read more
jryanmason-gmail ‎Posted 3m ago
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Just making an example, Assumption: In July 2020, I contributed $1000 in traditional IRA for year 2020 & $5000 in Roth IRA 2020, at that point, my income allows me to contribute up to $6000. But for individual brokerage account: if I sell some stock ... read more
VAer ‎Posted 23m ago
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I filed in 2018 with turbo tax, and it stated that I had violated the maximum deposit to my ROTH IRA in that year, and needed to pay a fine of $300 to the government. I didn't question this until recently when I talked to both the IRS and the bank wi... read more
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