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Tue Jul 7, 2020, 05:54 PM

Taxes due July 15 - for the ones who did not file by April 15

Nice presentation by Jill Schlesinger on CBS Morning show

https://www.cbs.com/shows/cbs_this_morning/video/Mg5_cLQ1ClAa5J2SL_jD47x__MesadRa/last-minute-tax-filing-tips-ahead-of-july-15-deadline/

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Reply Taxes due July 15 - for the ones who did not file by April 15 (Original post)
question everything Jul 7 OP
Rorey Jul 7 #1
LizBeth Jul 7 #2
Canoe52 Jul 7 #3
Yonnie3 Jul 7 #4

Response to question everything (Original post)

Tue Jul 7, 2020, 05:57 PM

1. I'll be filing for an extension

Unfortunately, I need to get some paperwork from my ex-husband and he's been in ICU for a couple of weeks, so I'm thinking it's not a good time to ask him for it.

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Tue Jul 7, 2020, 06:28 PM

2. I filed April 2 and still have not received my 1k refund. !!!

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Tue Jul 7, 2020, 07:16 PM

3. I know I know, wife's been bugging me too.

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Tue Jul 7, 2020, 09:11 PM

4. I punted and mailed in an extension form today

I have my taxes done, but haven't checked them over carefully. The schedule C is the main thing I need to review. The rules keep changing

I've overpaid and I'll let them keep it for 2020 taxes. I pay no estimated tax during the year. In December I figure my tax liability and do an IRA withdrawal and send 90% of it to the IRS.

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