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Income Taxes – Auggghh!!

As most of you know, I rarely take a day off from blogging. I am still among the living, but I had some unexpectedly unwelcome news last week. My daughter, who lives in Tidewater and graduates this May from CNU, gets married in June and begins Medical School in August informed me she needs my 1040 Form for FAFSA by Monday.

I just filed for an extension and have until September to procrastinate.

Not any more.

So, I had to do taxes for my Company first, a massive undertaking, before I could do my individual taxes.

So, I have been hunkered down with mounds of papers and two versions of TurboTax all weekend. I managed a few posts yesterday, but today, with the deadline looming, I did not have the time.

Now I am done! I have good news for Barack Obama and bad news for Bob McDonnell. Barry, the check will be in the mail at the absolute last second. Bob, you get to pay my Federal Taxes. Most of them anyway.

If there were ever a case for State’s rights, this is it.

And Barry, I promise to plan better for next year. I really don’t want to feed your habit again.

I will be back in the morning with the News Hound and more of my nonsensical drivel.

I mean – words of wisdom.

Right now there is a Bass Ale chilling in my fridge that I hope will take the eye strain and headache far away.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog.

Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

3 Responses to “Income Taxes – Auggghh!!”

  1. As a former consultant for Accenture with the Federal US Department of Eduaction I have good new for you. THe question your daughter has on the fasfa application actually asks if her parents have filed yet (for undergraduates) . It does no require that she provide your information. Furthermore, she will be a graduate student and your information does not factor into her eligibility for aid. She is eligible for federal professional school limits regardless of her income, or yours. She does not need your information. As a person in their mid thirties…why the rush to marriage!

  2. As a former consultant for Accenture with the Federal US Department of Education I have good news for you. The question your daughter has on the fafsa application actually asks if her parents have filed yet (for undergraduates). It does not require that she provide your information. Furthermore, she will be a graduate student and your information does not factor into her eligibility for aid. She is eligible for federal professional school limits regardless of her income, or yours. She does not need your information. As a person in their mid thirties…why the rush to marriage!

    • Tom White says:

      Yea. After doing the taxes, they made no difference. She got married last weekend and starts medical school in August. She is pretty much going to have to depend on loans from here on out, I am sure.

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