So dh has been checking the mail religiously hoping to get his W2. I told this man that his company loves to wait until the 31st to actually mail them out. Dh checks the tuesday, and in the mail a letter that read Internal Revenue Services.
He got happy---nuh uh homey your W2 does not come like that. We opened it and it read that we owe the IRS 600 and something odd dollars. How the hell is that??
ooooh wait I know how. Last year I worked for about 4-5 months. When we went to H&R Block to have our taxes done we brought in BOTH W2's and explained to our tax preparer that I worked only for a short time and that we were filing as "married filing jointly" and we wanted to make sure we covered everything. What did our freindly neighborhood tax prepareer do? She took one look at my W2 and said, "Oh you haven't made enough to make a difference, so we're not going to file this." So we do not file, but dh opts for the insurance just in case.
Um she's the pro here so I guess thats what I'm supposed to do? Eeeee WRONG!! Here we are sitting with a letter from the IRS and H&R Block says, "It's her word againts yours and do you know how many people we get saying that? Even if she said it, do you really think she'd admit it knowing her job is on the line? Yes you bought the insurance but it does not cover this. Honestly, you'll most likely be the ones paying this, not us." <~~~Says the MANAGER.
So now i'm seething mad!! Dh says I shouldnt fly off the handle. "Look babe, at least we can pay it back with this tax return. Calm down." He says.
Am I wrong to be to damn mad??
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