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Tax time!! 

OH boy, it's tax time.So, Satan moves out in July 2010...he wants to be done with me and his life, his kids. Ok...
I move on. I have a good life. I decided to file my taxes "married filing separately". I too, want to be apart of him. Last year we filed together, this year, I got my own "trusted" accountant. I got all my paper work in order and even made a master sheet for him to work from easier.
Satan textes me this morning, asking if I did my taxes. Well precisely he asked, if I sent them in.Yes, why.....( I can smell the bullshit brewing....)
Shit. He says. Cause he wants to NOW file together because he will end up owing $5000....
Oh boy, I responded..
Maybe he can ask his concubine, I mean GF for the money. She is living off of him with no job.....

I bet he thought that I was the only one that knows of his behavior, I bet also, he didn't plan on the IRS to "frown down upon him" too...
Karma baby, Karma.....
by illana  437 Posts 

Posted on 3/5/2012 2:46 PM
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The day before I filed Married Filing Seperately, my wife told me that her attorney said I would be an idiot if I filed seperately.  The day I filed her attorney sent us a letter stating that my stbx was be filing Married Filing Seperately.  Guess I would be an idiot to do it but she wouldn't.  Bottom line is she will owe and I will get a hefty refund. I told her the day after her attorney sent the letter that I had filed the previous day.  Talk about someone who is pissed...lol.  Especially since I deducted the mortgage interest and taxes which were paid by me out of my own personal account.  (We have no joint accounts).  Since the IRS was sent the 1098 interest form under my tax number, she can't deduct it.
by never2old   92 Posts
Posted on 3/6/2012 1:00 PM

She who files and uses the kids SSN first wins!  I have seen enough of that over the years to say thank god WE never had kids, even though i hear that the houch is pregnant...as those who have kids knows that the tax deduction is nothing compared to the cost of an infant...and he hates kids..sucks to be her  is all i can say!
by PamA   672 Posts
Posted on 3/5/2012 7:03 PM

Yeah, the idiot ex wanted me to let her file with the kid as a dependent for herself because she was going to have to pay. I said no, as I'd already filed. Tough on her........
by worried2tears   2308 Posts
Posted on 3/5/2012 6:38 PM

Thanks ...some Karma has hit my ex....I am sure there is more to come!!

Yours spent more than $5000.00 on her....so he will just have to pay up...love it!!
by Joyful   2705 Posts
Posted on 3/5/2012 6:28 PM

I love karma!!
by Denise1256   15 Posts
Posted on 3/5/2012 4:39 PM

Oh, yeah!  I LOVE IT!  Illana, you are too cool.
by Iam   7316 Posts
Posted on 3/5/2012 3:40 PM

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