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jaylectricity: I tried that once. I had never claimed my work truck as a business expense on my personal taxes. After 3 years I realized that I could do that. So I tried to deduct all three years at once.That's when the IRS entered my life.
sethen320: The article never said if they were late or anything else. Are these AR payments they decided to sit on for 10 years, or did they just re-bill everyone? Something tells me an amateur journalist is trying to stir up controversy.
Loren: No surprise, you were in the wrong.
sethen320: Did you win?
jaylectricity: I'm winning right now...but the game isn't over.
sethen320: You trolling? Nah, doesn't look like it...I can imagine the conversation between you and the roomies was a bit heated. They give you any flack?
hlehmann: FTA: The city says anyone who can produce a receipt or canceled check for the fees will have their payment certified as paid.So you're supposed to prove that you paid a ten year old bill, but the city doesn't need to prove that you actually owed them that money to begin with?
sethen320: Very profound, yet kind of depressing sounding.
Satanic_Hamster: sethen320: You trolling? Nah, doesn't look like it...I can imagine the conversation between you and the roomies was a bit heated. They give you any flack?Two paid without question, one paid but took a few weeks (nice guy but a bit of a putz). Last one, Chris Welch, welched on the entire thing.Thing was, it was only like eight bucks.