|I got nothing.|
The good news is everything looks squeaky clean and all my dollars and cents are accounted for. The bad news is the processing of all that paperwork will cost me about as much as what I should be getting back from the state and the federal government. Cue a short rant about corporations hiding from taxation by operating overseas. I should not be in danger of being audited, I do not think I make enough money to truly be of interest.
Here you go Feds, have my $40. Don't spend it all in one place.
|Do not pass go. |
Do not collect $200.
Did I tell you about the time they mistyped my income as $300,000? I had to go to go see the clerk of courts and have them change it. It was scary. I was asked if I had weapons or steel-toed shoes.
*updates* - I have not had a job since mid November. I applied for Medicaid but I haven't had much contact with the office and consequently I still do not have health insurance. Today I found out that I have to pay a $75 fee to the Affordable Care Act for not having insurance. So not only is it my fault that I cannot find work that would also offer insurance but it is also my fault that Medicaid is slower than molasses in January. Why can't use the $75 to buy insurance? This is not being explained well at all.