Monty by Jim Meddick for April 15, 2021

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    Leojim  about 2 years ago

    I’ll have to admit, I hate it when I procrastinate for nothing at all. Whatever that means.

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    Enter.Name.Here  about 2 years ago

    Noooo. Now you get to procrastinate for TWO months. A bonus!

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    juncarlo  about 2 years ago

    Doing the tax filing has always seemed like taxing work to me.

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    Imagine  about 2 years ago

    Procrastination is at the top of my to do list. But I still haven’t gotten around to it.

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    Out of the Past  about 2 years ago

    The clock and computer match.

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    Kaputnik  about 2 years ago

    What do you mean? Now you can procrastinate even more. Just think of those people who get their taxes done in January. Amateurs.

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 2 years ago

    So, he’ll just procrastinate for another month or so.

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    Out of the Past  about 2 years ago

    A good public service announcement

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    Smokie  about 2 years ago

    Last year my oldest waited until the last day of the extension and did not get his refund until December. This year he filed in January and got his refund in February. Moral: don’t put the government off.

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    monya_43  about 2 years ago

    File as soon as possible when you are getting a refund. No sense letting them have your money any longer than necessary. On the other hand, if you owe…

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    Sir Ruddy Blighter, Jr.  about 2 years ago

    I remember some mail-order company back in the day sold a little round sign with the word “TUIT” written on it…so when you ask someone to do something, and they replied, “when I get around to it”, you can hand them…[wait for it]…a round “TUIT”.

    I’ll see myself out. I mean, it wasn’t MY idea, but…yes, I’ll see myself out

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    dv  about 2 years ago

    Kind of risky to do it that way, we had one of our tax forms have a transposed number on it so when we e-filed it wasn’t accepted by the IRS, had to print it out and mail it in.

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    billyruffian  about 2 years ago

    In Canada we don’t have to file if we don’t owe, so I’ve procrastinated for up to three or four years at times, then I sit down and do them all at once(once I find all the forms!)

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    cosman  about 2 years ago

    gonna begin to begin, tomorrow..

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    Sisyphos  about 2 years ago

    I kinda feel like Moonie; I am a Master Tax-Procrastinator.

    But in my state, even though the extension was applicable to state taxes, Estimated Taxes for 2021 were still due today! So all the tax prep wasn’t all for nothing….

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    Nicole ♫ ⊱✿ ◕‿◕✿⊰♫ Premium Member about 2 years ago

    People who get refunds usually don’t wait until the last minute. At least, that’s been my observation and experience.

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