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Old 08-05-2011, 08:05 AM   #61
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Old 08-05-2011, 09:38 AM   #62
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Whew-- no subpoena.

What happens to the money-- can it be deposited in an IRA as earned income, or does it fall into some sort of non-taxable category like "reimbursement"?
I am guessing it was N.R.I.T.S. Non Reportable Income To Spouse...........
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Old 08-05-2011, 04:12 PM   #63
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For those of you waiting for a resolution to this, I met with the attorney today. About 6 hours of discussing the project and three hours driving for me. Made a cool $1500 plus mileage and meals. Not bad. Any future questions will be billed at $150 and hour in quarter hour increments, probably by phone or e-mail.

Was pretty easy and laid back. The attorney was really friendly and easy on the eyes to boot. Easy money. Just wanted to follow up. Now with this complete, you can all go back to your lives.
You came back without photographic reminders?
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Was pretty easy and laid back. The attorney was really friendly and easy on the eyes to boot. Easy money. Just wanted to follow up. Now with this complete, you can all go back to your lives.
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Old 08-06-2011, 11:18 PM   #65
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Whew-- no subpoena.

What happens to the money-- can it be deposited in an IRA as earned income, or does it fall into some sort of non-taxable category like "reimbursement"?
Naw, the $1500 is taxable and it's going into my Jeep. It's only $1500 and I don't wanna wait 14 1/2 years to spend it.

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You came back without photographic reminders?
I thought snapping pictures of the attorney with my cell phone might make things awkward.
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I thought snapping pictures of the attorney with my cell phone might make things awkward.
Not for us......
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