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  • gitreelonce gitreelonce Jan 16, 2013 3:32 PM Flag

    Free tax filing for simple returns, mean people who have complicated returns pay more. Its a hidden tax.

     

    Free hosuing.
    Free cell phone
    Free day care.
    Free baby check ups.
    Free foodstamps.
    Cash.
    Help with heating costs
    Free tax filing.
    How much do you have to make a year, to beat that ?
    Some people in america may be poor.
    But they long for nothing.
    Many people are over rewarded for sitting on their rear end every day.

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    • These people make a living at this. They are smart, we are the stupid ones. We work hard to get what we have. What we have and they do not is PRIDE.

    • The last i read a average welfare recipient received about 35K worth of benefits a year. The people that work the intersection with the signs can bring in 40K per Charlotte Observer newspaper. These benefits are not taxable and if they did not have earned income they would not need to file a return in most instances. If the guy with the signed also cleaned windshields he could file as SE for EITC and CTC.

    • Free Birth Control....yeah right, like they are going to use Birth Control. Ha!

    • What I don't understand is why Block is doing free returns during peak when their offices are filled with people eager to pay. Liberty does their free returns in March when preparers are sitting around doing little anyway. Neither makes sense to me, but at least doing them in March isn't impacting service to paying customers. How does Block think this makes sense? Or don't they explain it?

 
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