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Old February 26th, 2008, 23:30   #9
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Ditto for threadjacking

Yeah, Wally said something about how if you work at a couple different jobs, 'they' will look at your paycheques and determine how much money you should make a year based on that paycheque, then slip you into the appropriate tax bracket, and base your return off that "determination" even if you don't work there for a year. I worked for a couple months at Timmies, then KFC for a couple weeks, then got my job here. Wally says it was because of that, that my return was high, because they did that determining thing for each job, even if I didn't work there for the full year...

But I still think that pulling in a net pay of approx 22000, plus paying over 9000 for rent should get me a bigger return than 200... but maybe that's just me.
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