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Asked by: megan
Finance - Taxes
It seems like I got more back on my previous tax returns when I used to make less money and want to make sure this makes sense before I file…
I am single, no dependents, do not own a house (I rent), I don’t have any itemized deductions…
Jim from Virginian on Feb 01, 2012
I take it you are single with no dependents.
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Steven on Feb 01, 2012
You should get back more than that.
Jeb on Feb 01, 2012
That is a loaded question.
Do you have dependents?
Do you rent or own a house.
So many questions, you should seek help from a pro.
Lea on Feb 01, 2012
It sounds right to me as long as you don’t have any deductions such as mortgage interest ,school loans, dependents , church donations, good will receipts,etc. Things that you could write off and give you a better refund. Since you have none then it sounds like a normal refund to me.
Anna on Feb 01, 2012
That doesn’t sound anywhere near what you should be getting back. You should be getting more. If you can’t seek professional help, you can always use the IRS efile for Free to do your taxes and HR Block which is also free. Both websites just calculate all amounts for you. Good Luck!
the kid on Feb 01, 2012
Sounds right. You may have received a small amount of EIC in the past, plus the $ 400 Making Work Pay credit is gone.
Kiki2007 on Feb 01, 2012
sounds right u don’t have any dependents nor are you filing head of house and your not paying of pocket school expenses …..so yeah its right
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