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    Well, preparing a tax return can be quite a challenge for the average American who attempts it but once a year. Then throw some lawful money into the mix, for which there's no official guidance, and they've got their hands full.

    OK. So. Once you've got everything looking good on screen, next step is to print out your return with all schedules, no e-file, and sign it. Attach your Statement and copies of redeemed LM checks (Exhibit A); we don't want to SCHLABACH it. To cover yourself for any direct deposit income, I'd attach a copy of your novated bank signature agreement or, Notice & Demand to banks.

    If you're not quite ready to tackle your taxes consider filing an extension. Filing a tax extension is quick and easy. Be advised that you'll need to pay whatever you expect to owe for TY2018 along with your extension. And if you currently owe money to the IRS, interest and fees will remain even after filing an extension.

    That may be why my dad took it so serious - he knew the International Monetary Fund's IRS was gonna take it serious. Without folks paying in the whole shebang collapses.
    Last edited by lorne; 04-13-19 at 04:28 PM.

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    Redeemed lawful money for just a part of 2018? Here's David & Michael discussing Partial Year Filing and Building an Evidence Repository.

    Interesting side note - Dad was twice audited. Both times the IRS found nothing improper and in fact Dad found more deductions he was eligible to take. That is to say, Dad won. They left him alone after that.
    Last edited by lorne; 04-16-19 at 02:12 AM.

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    Reminder that lawful money tax returns are due today, April 15th, the anniversary of Lincoln's proclamation of an extraordinary occasion.

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