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"AMEN TO THAT BROTHER,I AGREE" BUT I GUESS THEY RATHER A BIG LUMP SUM,OR THEY BAD AT SAVING MONEY. i TELL THEM THAT ALL THE TIME ON HERE,WHEN THEY ASK HOW THEY CAN GET A BIG REFUND BACK WHEN THEY FILE TAXES,JUST CRAZY,WHEN THEY CAN EARN INTEREST ON THAT MONEY BY PUTTING IT minnesota A SAVINGS ACCOUNT THAT PAYS INTEREST,THE IRS SURE DOESN'T.
I have zero debt..except my mortgage and this year I am getting over $10k refunded. My wife and I are ecstatic because for the last 8 years we've paid $4-5k a year. While I don't like the idea of a big refund normally, I look at this year as an exception. We increased our withholdings again in the hopes of closing the gap of years past but we didn't factor in the additional dependent (new baby) and our income decreased slightly putting us in a lower tax bracket. Also, we realized some significant capital losses. Hopefully next year we'll bring it close to zero but we're thrilled. Plus, if I had that money all throughout this year I would have invested it or spent it. Now in this economy I will just save it.
I like refunds because i can use the money to buy some goodies and/or pay bills. Since they do use a lot of it wisely, in my eyes, I don't mind lending the government money, because without money, having a government would be difficult. And just by learning from history, I'd prefer not to have an anarchy. So, I guess i'd rather have a lump sum and a more stable country than having those same dollars evenly spread out in my paychecks. To each his own though.
Dagger, What you say is very logical. But, being a tax preparer for a long time, I can tell you that people like the big check. People are not good at saving money. They feel like they are willing to give up interest just so they have money come tax time. Think about it, mot people have credit card debt out there of at least $8,000. Now that the economy is in the toilet, people are making less money, working more hours , spending more money and getting less food. Its not a pretty sight.
Definitely about the credits, supporting my son and caring for him sure doesn't earn me any interest in any savings account but the dependent credit is a nice gift at the end of the year. kind of a good job thing i suppose. As far as taxes from wages yes you're very right. Then again if there were no taxes I don't think the government would be standing, we tend to carry it.
Well you failed to consider the people who get many tax credits. Many people are getting first time homebuyer credits, and/or have children! My husband works and I am a full-time housewife, so we live off his income. His W4 is set to where he pays NO taxes, and we still get at least $4,000 back each year from income taxes, because we have four children. Just my opinion. I like to see the most money in each paycheck, but having a larger check once a year helps, especially with this GREAT economy we have right now.
I like the big money in feburary because that is like saving up for vacation money without actually doing it. other people may be the same way.if i got the money throughout the year i would spend it i am not good at saving money.lol
I agree w/ your stmts completely but my answer is simply... ...people like getting money.
Lol..good point. Never heard it put like that before but its kinda true