how to get a tax refund if you make $80,000 a year?

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You are in the wrong place, Evelyn. This is AOhelL. We have nothing to do with this. Or much of anything else. I wish you luck in recovering your money.

Answered: What is the income tax in New York City for over $1,000,000,000?

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Thats funny ... mine was accepted 1/24/2012 by 11AM .. wheres your refund on irs site has changed my direct deposit date from 2/14/2012 to 2/8/2012 I am confused like you I think.. So does that mean I will get a hold also? My bank said the funds are available for use immediately? hmm.....

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Answered: I filed my 2010 Federal Income tax last year, but ...

You don't need to know your federal refund - it doesn't go on the return. You may be able to find your state refund on your state's income tax dept website. You are looking for Form 1099G. NYS no longer mails them, but you can pull it up online.

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Fred Bloke LOL, try Frank Blake next time.
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Tax Refund Status

Follow the link listed above, but don't try it for at least a week after the return was filed if you filed it electronically. The cut off is noon on Thurs for refunds to be direct deposited the next week on Friday. If you filed a paper return, it could take as much as 4-6 weeks to get into the ...

What is 1% of $80,000?

1% (1/100) of $80,000 is $800.

Last year when I filed my taxes I was told I didn ...

Did you contact a tax professional?