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goinbigg17 01-07-2010 8:40 AM

Just a quick tax question. <BR> <BR>My wife and I got married in July, bought our house last February. Should we file separate but married or file together? Both of us typically use the free services to file online, would it be at all beneficial to use an accountant now? We don't have many deductions or other items to note on our taxes aside from the house, school loan interest, and my 401k. <BR> <BR>Thank you.

acurtis_ttu 01-07-2010 10:43 AM

9/10 times filling together is more beneficial. I'm a CPA, but don't do tax. <BR> <BR>Use the free turbo tax online version and do it both ways ( filing seperate/together) <BR> <BR>From your brief descriptions of what you deduct, you prolly dont' need a CPA. Turbo tax can walk you thru everything.

goinbigg17 01-07-2010 1:22 PM

Thanks, I kind of figured the CPA might be overboard for the time being. We are pretty basic so far.

zo1 01-07-2010 1:24 PM

WTF is it with CPA's (No Offense Adam). <BR> <BR>They seem as though they are the only people that I come across professionally that are not the least be proactive with stuff. Ugggggggggg.

ritchieps190 01-07-2010 2:01 PM

What are you refering to Manzo?

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