: If you work... $800 tax credit



EChas3
04-14-10, 11:13 PM
Has anyone else noticed how the 2010 IRS Form 1040 hides your $800 tax credit in line 63? Try schedule 'M' and see if you qualify.:halo:

MacMuse
04-15-10, 11:26 AM
Now you tell us !!??!

I used a pro this year for the first time. He found a $2,000 credit that I never would have found - even the TurboTax stuff missed it. Got the biggest refund of my life, more than made up for his fee.

Night Wolf
04-15-10, 12:19 PM
You mean for the taxes that most of us already completed, submitted, got the refund and spent it already?

Stingroo
04-15-10, 12:48 PM
You mean for the taxes that most of us already completed, submitted, got the refund and spent it already?

This.

gdwriter
04-15-10, 03:03 PM
I got a $400 credit; my sister is a CPA, and she's done my taxes (which are complicated by my freelance income) for the past couple of years. She's very sharp at looking for every possible deduction, but also scrupulously honest.

Rolex
04-15-10, 03:41 PM
What is this refund you speak of? :hmm:

Eric Kahn
04-15-10, 05:48 PM
it is for people how loan money to the government interest free every year, and also for people who had nice write-offs and credits like for the sales tax on the new car I bought, energy credit for new windows, all the deductions for once again losing money on my rental property and so forth

billc83
04-15-10, 06:29 PM
Taxes? I did those last year!