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You are a sweetie :)

Welcome here Laticia!! Meant to say it quite a bit ago, but you know how busy we all are. I will be glad to have a few moments to maybe stay home one day out of 7....

You can borrow HEHEHEHE anytime you is just something I don't even think about; it just comes out :) :)



Laticia, I ran across one of your old posts (, and was wondering if you could set me straight on this. I've added my details to that post. I filled out 8824's last year for farm equipment that was traded and didn't have to fill in line 5, but this year I get an error. Am I mistaken that trade-ins are supposed to be reported this way? Sorry to bother you, but yours is the only post for non-real property.

positions in the baltimore area?

If you are willing to go over to the dark side, the IRS is hiring with reckless abandon. Some of the positions work from home. You can go to [1].

Szptax 09:40, 19 June 2010 (CDT)szptax

sales positions

Sales is a tough area.. I have a client with terrible credit who is in the process of filing bankruptcy. He found a job with Sleepy's selling mattresses. I wouldn't think it very profitable. My guess would have been in the 30K range, but he tells me at some stores the sales people can make 100K. It's worth a shot I guess. They seem to hire regularly enough. What industry did he work in?

I wish him luck with the job search. My husband is also unemployed. Do you know of any jobs in facilities? He is willing to travel.

/* SCorp Doldrums */

Got your note. For some silly reason, your user name isn't on my page. My biggest issue about scorps is the client's refusal to follow what needs to be done. At least the clients I seem to get. I've had those with payroll NOT send in their payroll reports and not pay their payroll taxes then they cry when they get notices (which they finally would tell me after they've already ignored several of them). And they all complain about how much my fees are. The returns themselves, I don't mind.

Changed my last post

Hi. I changed my last post. It sounded too angry the first time I wrote it, and I didn't want to make it sound like I was attacking you!

Good luck with everything! CrowJD 14:12, 15 September 2010 (CDT)

Fast Changing World

My worry is that the world is chaning too fast for a lot of people.

The economic problems are so large that the churches and charities will not be able to handle it.

People think that the unemployed are lazy. I disagree. Some of them lose thier jobs to computers, automation etc. If they get a new job, it hardly pays anything.

I've seen the Elephant Party call all unemployed people lazy, and that is certainly not true.

I do think we need a strong government safety net. My theory is that if the taxpayer can afford to send welfare to rich bankers on Wall Street, then we can also help the poor.

It's a big job. If the Tea Party does win big, I sure hope the churches and charities come to the plate, we will need all hands on deck. Take care! CrowJD 16:03, 15 September 2010 (CDT)

Hey Laticia

Hey Laticia; I'm so sorry about the problems with your job. You sound like you really have your hands full. If you want a study guide for the EA exam, just e-mail me and I'll send it to you, no charge. I have to agree with the other posters-- you should get out of that job and go somewhere where you will get treated better-- it's a lot easier to do that when you have the EA/CPA because there's no limits on what you can do in the tax realm. I hope you feel better. Tax Writer 22:28, 15 September 2010 (CDT)

Hi Laticia

You know, that's how the managing partner at our firm started her practice-- working at a regular employer as an accountant and just built her practice from home. Now she has 900 clients. You know, not to get philasophical, but I'm a firm believer that sometimes God opens a door for you, but you're the one that needs to walk through it. You can contact me through my profile (my website contact info is there). Email me your address and I'll send you the book. I know how hard it is to be a mom and still try to juggle work. Sometimes we just need a little nudge in the right direction. Tax Writer 20:15, 17 September 2010 (CDT)

Hope you are feeling better

I hope you are feeling better and eating well to build your strength. Don't let that boss get on your nerves! I agree that working can help keep your mind occupied but it can also make you tired. Hang in there and continuing best wishes! Take care. CrowJD 18:03, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

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