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payroll standalone software

Happy tax,

Thank you very much for recommending the medlin payroll software about a week ago. I bought and installed it and am using it now for my was very easy to learn as you suggested.

Again, thank for the nice write up.



You're welcome!

I'm glad I could help out. Natalie 13:57, 5 January 2008 (CST)Natalie

other tax boards?

I saw on your quickfinders post that you would be posting the same complaint to other tax boards.

Just wondering ... what boards do you use, and which do you find as useful as Tax Almanac?

The New Tax Guy


Send me a fax # and I will fax you a copy; I prepped the case and negotiated with IRS to settle without court.

Death&Taxes 09:01, 5 August 2008 (CDT)

Help in calculating interest and penalties

Thanks for your reply to my posting about penalties and interest and thanks for offering to calculate the amnounts owed for me. Here are the details.

2004 TY- total tax owed $276, no extension filed, never filed return or paid anything 2005 TY- total tax owed $3,915, no extension filed, never filed return or paid anything 2006 TY- total tax refund due $1,654, no extension filed, never filed return 2007 TY- total tax refund due $796, no extension filed, never filed return

I anticiapte that I will complete and file the returns by October 1, 2008

You can also e-mail me directly at

Thanks again! Scott

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Stimulus payment with disaster relief extension

Did you ever find a DEFINITIVE answer regarding the disaster relief extension for Hurricanes Ike and Gustav regarding the stimulus payments? I haven't seen anything myself, but could be because Ike hit Texas, my clients and I weren't affected!!

Joan Tengler-Boyd, CPA Joan TB 18:07, 19 September 2008 (CDT)

Fixed a typo

Happy Tax, I took the liberty of correcting a minor typo in your post to the "Factors" discussion. The first factor in your example should be 0.0125etc. rather than 0.0115etc. All of your calcs were correct, so I figure that was just a slip.

Trillium 12:24, 28 September 2008 (CDT)

Dear Happy Tax, please do help me! I saw that you helped somebody to calculate the interest on the late payment. I urgently have to do the same and the client is Californian (I still don't know if we have to use the Federal rates or the state rate) - we're doint the OVDI 2011 disclosure for him. Please tell me if something can be done. Will be awfully grateful.


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