- 1 Havent Received State Tax Refund
- 2 Why I Never Trust Myself to Save My Tax Refund (and Neither Should You)
- 3 The Trouble of an Oath-less Tax Refund
- 4 My 3-Step Personal Tax Refund Contract
- 5 Income Tax — IT returns refund not yet received
- 6 IRS Can’t Process My Tax Return?! Ah, Excuse Me?
- 7 why haven't i gotten my tax return yet
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Why I Never Trust Myself to Save My Tax Refund (and Neither Should You)
Every year before I file my taxes, I take out a pen, draw out a plan and swear an oath.
“I, Stephanie, do solemnly swear that I will use my tax refund for the purposes I outline now, and will only spend within certain predetermined percentages regardless of the amount of my refund and no matter how many incredible sales are happening at DSW when my refund hits. So help me God.“
Seems like overkill. But I know if I don’t make this promise to myself, if I rely on “good intentions” and a “we’ll-just-see-how-much-my-refund-is-and-then-I’ll-decide-what-to-do-with-it” attitude, then I’m screwed.
The Trouble of an Oath-less Tax Refund
As a twenty-something and a fairly new member to the adult workforce, there’s nothing more depressing or sobering than seeing all of those nasty federal and state taxes coming out of your paycheck. If I’m a naive young professional earning $50,000 a year, I expect $50,000 a year, damn it. And it see otherwise in a paycheck just stinks.
The salvation to this depressing adult job rite of passage? A once-a-year bonus from the government, a.k.a your tax refund.
As anticipated as Christmas (or at least for me), it’s the one time of year when you actually have cash to spare. For once, you have extra money, sometimes the equivalent of an extra paycheck. As you piece together your W-2’s and 10&9’s for the year, as you trudge through screen after screen of TurboTax or H&R Block, the one thing that keeps you going is that promise of a refund. It’s that little ticker at the top of the screen, tempting you with a reward of $500, $1,000 or even $1,500 if you just finish your paperwork.
I’m drooling just thinking about it.
When I press the “Ready to File” button, I know I’m only days away from a fat deposit in my bank account. My mind starts racing with possibilities: an entire new wordrobe, extravagant dinners, luxurious vacations… It’s at this point that my Financial Conscience appears on my shoulder, reminding me how nice it will be to use my refund to pay off my student loans and contribute to my long-term savings goals.
But I know it’s the right thing to do. Maybe I’ll only use a few hundred dollars of my refund for the things that I want… the rest will go toward the future. I’ll be happier in the long-run.
A week later, the payment hits. Last year, a whopping $1,200 was deposited into my checking account. Cha-ching. Remembering that I should save some of this money for my savings account and debts, I vow to only spend a little on a pair of boots I’ve been eyeing.
But then there’s that trip to Seattle I was going to take in May… and I really haven’t bought a cocktail dress in a long time… and what about that new tapas bar I’ve been meaning to try…
Soon enough, the “couple hundred” I was going to spend on things I want turns into a pile of expensive justifications, with little leftover to save for the future.
Human Behavior” 1. Financial Foresight: 0.
My 3-Step Personal Tax Refund Contract
Given my track record and the fact that I am a human being full of flaws, I’ve decided to enter into a contractual obligation with myself each year as I prepare to file my taxes (I have to do this before I even begin to file… once I see even an estimated refund, I start spending that money in my head!).
Here are my three rules I stick to every tax season:
1. At Least Half of My Refund Must Go Toward Debt
This is a no-brainer rule for me, since I still have over $9,000 in student loans. Paying down my student loans is the most important financial goal in my life, so I’m going to allocate at least 50% of my refund to my debt.
2. At Least 25% of My Refund Must Go Toward Long-Term Savings
After paying down my student loans, it’s easy to take the rest of my refund and run with it. But I also have a lot of long-term savings goals that could a little boost. I’ve promised myself that at least half of my remaining refund (that’s 25%, if you’re keeping score) needs to go toward a 2-year-or-longer savings goal.
3. Spend the Rest of My Refund Judgment-Free
This is actually the hardest rule of them all. I’m still prone to judging every purchase I make, so the freedom of using a decently large amount of money for whatever I want feels really liberating. And it helps me indulge on a few impulse purchases that have been building up over the last few months
So if you’re gearing up to file your taxes or you’re already anticipating your refund, take a second to think about what’s important to you financially and where you would like (and need) this money to go. It’s easy to react on impulse and emotion when your refund hits, so prepare now for what you’ll do with that moolah later.
And I have a drafted contract, if you need one
Tell me: have you already decided what you’ll use your tax refund for this year?
Income Tax — IT returns refund not yet received
INCOME TAX REFUND — Yet to get my refund
While checking the status of my refund online, I am getting the following message.
If this refund has been sent by your Assessing Officer within the last week, you may wait for a week and again check status.
My PAN No. is AWKPR4386M
please do the needful
I have depositted it in my saving a/c and the cheque is cleared.
Hope you guys have to wait for few more days. India is improving in all the systems.
income tax return refund — Refund not received
I have not received the Tax Refund for the assesment year 2005-2006.
The amount is around 12750.00.
I have received the cheque for the year 2006-2007 cheque no. 875767
2008-2009 is due.
Please advice me how to pursue the matter?
Income Tax — Refund not returned
I have filed a Income Tax Return for A.Y. 2008-09 on 10th Dec.'2008 in Ward 9(4) Income Tax Office, Nigdi, Pune with Acknowledgement No. 0941033510.
I have a refund of Rs. 36, 410/- as per my Income Tax Returns.
I have enquired today regarding my Income Tax Refund at Income Tax Office at Nigdi, Pune, as per them the said cheque already despatched to me on 04/02/2010 for Rs. 37, 620/-, but as of today, I have not received the refund cheque.
Kindly give me the status of the refund cheque.
IRS Can’t Process My Tax Return?! Ah, Excuse Me?
Being contacted by the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) is scary. So when I opened my inbox this week to see an email from them, I about fell over. What in the heck! I thought, “Why is the IRS contacting me?” And before I knew it, a Facebook friend received the same email and unknowingly downloaded a virus. She publicly apologized to her co-workers for spreading the email further than her own machine.
The email dubbed “IRS Notification letter” claims to be unable to process my tax return. (Wait a minute, isn’t this June?)
It said I needed to provide them with more information like a photo copy of the attachments they sent me and a copy of my ID. The attachments on the email were a JPEG and a zipped file. Now, why the IRS would need to send me a photo of themselves—or any photo for that matter—I have no idea. Glad I didn’t click to take a peek.
If you look closely at the email, you will see several grammatical and syntax errors. This is always a good indication that the email is from someone illegitimate. Personally, I imagine a hairy man in old gray sweatpants aggressively typing and muah-ha-ha-ing in a dingy basement somewhere, but that’s just my generalization of these hacking goons.
Besides lacking a spelling edumacation, another good indicator that the email is a scam is when they suggest to contact them, yet provide no actual contact information. For some weird reason, I feel like that information was left out on purpose.
Ok, now be honest, have you ever fallen for a phishing scam like this?
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