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Thread: Fined by the IRS. Fined by the State as a person AND as a Corporation..

  1. #11
    *groan*

    You're gonna burn out doing it that way.

    Sorry, I don't have a solution.... but you'll fizzle.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Felicia View Post
    *groan*

    You're gonna burn out doing it that way.

    Sorry, I don't have a solution.... but you'll fizzle.
    Okay..

    Plan "A" was simply keeping my bookkeeper in a hole in the basement.

    Then I realized, I don't have a basement..

    Since I don't have a basement and I really have no other way of preventing her from, like, dropping her entire life, clearing out her house and abandoning it over a weekend and relocating to someplace in Florida.. I just kinda figured having an actual hard copy of everything I give her would be a good backup plan..

    Of course I didn't take the accounting geniuses on DLP into consideration when I was formulating it.






    Some old things are lovely..
    Warm still with the life of forgotten men who made them.




  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Jhoffa_X View Post
    I know, right? What the hell do you do?



    The answer is complicated and expensive.. You go to everyone you did business with, scrounge up every invoice and receipt you can, and then you pay someone else to do your taxes, and you claim all that stuff you could have deducted, but no longer have, as income.. And it's late, of course, so you pay a "failure to file" fee.. And a "late" fee.. And a "Because we said so!" fee.. Etc.

    I think it's worse at the state level, and local government does not even communicate effectively.

    And then, of course, your accountant has a 10 am tee-off time.

    (Actually I don't have an accountant.)

  4. #14
    It is.. Two fines from them.





    Some old things are lovely..
    Warm still with the life of forgotten men who made them.




  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Jhoffa_X View Post
    Of course I didn't take the accounting geniuses on DLP into consideration when I was formulating it.
    Admitting your part in where things went wrong is a big first step. Pat yourself on the back hard for me.
    Geraniums stink.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Admitting your part in where things went wrong is a big first step. Pat yourself on the back hard for me.
    What? I'm the victim here.

    Felicia is just being a bitch.





    Some old things are lovely..
    Warm still with the life of forgotten men who made them.




  7. #17
    Wait a minute. Are you saying your bookkeeper ran off with all your receipts? Call the cops.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Lum View Post
    Wait a minute. Are you saying your bookkeeper ran off with all your receipts? Call the cops.
    Never considered that..

    I think it is a civil matter? But, maybe you're right?





    Some old things are lovely..
    Warm still with the life of forgotten men who made them.




  9. #19
    Got to be a crime but don't know what it would be called. Unless he took some money, which would be embezzlement or some such.

  10. #20
    Felicia can ask about that on another forum that happens to have a few lawyers on it.

    Well heck, so could I.

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