Friday, January 12, 2007

Telephone Tax Refund with your 2007 Taxes

Category: Tax Law and Planning

Believe it or not, the government overtaxed you, apologizes, and wants to give you your money back. For several years the federal government levied taxes on long-distance phone charges that have since been overturned. To rectify their error, they are giving you either (1) a standard refund between $30 and $60, or (2) a larger refund that you can determine by going through your old bills from 2/28/03 to 8/1/06.

For more information, go to the source: IRS - Telephone Tax Refund Questions and Answers.

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5 Comments:

At 2/12/2007 10:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sure they are, but you have to earn more that 25000 to claim it. Its the people who make less than that who could use the refund. We paid it just like those who make over 25000.

 
At 3/19/2007 7:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bitch, bitch, bitch. Get a real job and then you'll pay enough taxes that it'll matter. Now stop whinning and clean my windshield ...

 
At 6/01/2007 3:37 PM, Anonymous Mobile Phones said...

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Wow, some bitter folks on here. Luckily, I can avoid the fray, since I got rid of my land line well before these taxes went into effect. Since the introduction of cells, I’ve always felt that a land line was a bit of a scam. With my plan I can make long distance calls at no charge, there aren’t any of those ridiculous installation fees, and I don’t have to keep track of two phone numbers or pay two bills. It does seem a bit strange, though, that the government wouldn’t refund everyone who paid this tax mistakenly, and I wonder if that is actually true. If so, it would seem like a class action lawsuit waiting to happen. If you have been overcharged – by the government or otherwise, I would assume that legally you have a right to recover what was unlawfully taken from you.

 
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