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Old 03-28-2014, 11:43 AM   #21
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Always did them really early. This year I will start them on April 10. Soon enough.
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Old 03-28-2014, 12:05 PM   #22
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Well, I dragged out my computer and gathered all the documents and started entering everything into TurboTax yesterday. We'll owe big...I'll look at it again next week to finish it.
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I should add that in the last 8 years I worked, I had to file not one but two state income tax forms. One was for my home state (NY) but the other was a non-resident form for the state I worked in (NJ). I always filed the NJ one in February because it was closely related to the NY one due to the resident credit I would receive off my NY taxes. The plan was to give the NJ one some time to get processed in case they told me I made some bonehead mistake on it. I could then fix it, maybe in time before the NY one was due so I would not have to file an amended NY return due to a mistake on the NJ return. This scenario never happened, thankfully, but the timing gave me some small comfort.

One small benefit to ER is that I never have to deal with the NJ tax forms ever again and the NY return became a lot easier.
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We always wait until late March to work on taxes and e-file early April - mainly because we want to wait for any revised 1099s.

We do quarterly estimated taxes so I keep pretty close tabs on our income through the year.
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Tomorrow is my one year anniversary for hanging it up at work. I haven't even started my taxes yet even though I usually have already received a refund by this time of year. I'm curious if anyone else finds themselves procrastinating more after ER on taxes or anything else they used to do promptly?
I don't consider waiting until early April procrastinating.
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Really no change here....if I am getting a refund I do them early. If I owe, I file April 15. This year I owe so haven't really started yet.
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