- June 10, 2008 at 1:17 am #258471
Can someone clear that up for me? I am listed first on our joint return, although my hubby made more money than me last year, so does it still go by my SSN?
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Ann James <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You can check your info on the irs website. You just
need to make sure you put in the correct number of
excemptions. Located under where's my stimulus?
— Liss <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>The date actually means nothing now, as they have
> everything screwed up.
> get about 50 calls a day at work of people asking me
> where their money is..
> I just want to record “I don't know, and we tax
> preparers have nothing to do
> with this” <<
> Ugh, I feel for you Christina!
> I was reading an article yesterday that said the
> IRS inadvertently sent out
> erroneous Duplicate payments to a few thousand
> people. The article stated
> that those people were to write “Void, Erroneous
> Duplicate Payment” across
> the front of the check and mail it Back to the IRS.
> Then, in the same article, it stated that the IRS
> neglected to include
> credit for some dependent children to some 350,000
> people and would be
> sending out legitimate extra checks to cover that
> mistake. So some people
> WILL get a legitimate second check and not have to
> send it back and Some
> people will get an erroneous second check and could
> face penalties if they
> keep it.
> So I feel very bad for anyone working in
> Accounting/Tax issues right now.
> They (The Government, I mean) have created such a
> mess with this stimulus
> Hugs to you,
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