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Old 04-11-2013, 08:59 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by bakenatj View Post

Why is this a bold statement?? Did you not read my complete statement? If you are getting a large refund, then you need to adjust your deductions or quarterly adjustments. You are giving the government an interest free loan. Don't think they would be as nice to you as you are being to them. Timeshare companies typically target people that have incomes of over $85,000 annually. So my statement is not bold.
I find a lot of individuals don't adjust to that level of detail. A lot are rather conservative and would prefer a refund just so they don't have to owe something in march. :D

You are assuming everyone pays close attention to taxes and adjust accordingly. I don't find that to be the case amongst my non financial minded friends who easily make in the top 5% income bracket (lawyers, engineers, doctors). :D
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