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How Much Of Your Tax Return Is Going To Fishing Supplies?

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im earmarking at least $500 for a trip to bass pro and probably use some more of it in my area at places like walmart, dicks, and a cool place called sportsmans liquidation.  i cant wait!

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Zero for me. Ours will go towards building a fence in the backyard and paying stuff off with whatever is left, exciting I know  :respect-059:

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None. Other income will go to fishing supplies.

 

In fact, I just roll over any overpayments to the first quarter of the next year.

 

I have to file quarterly.

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I figure $700-$1000 will go to fishing.  I'm planning on a Tatula Type R, a Curado I or a Chronarch CI4 and a couple of rod blanks with components.   

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Not much really. I will pay  few bills and the lions share will go towards my honeymoon. 

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None, I don't lend the Government money.

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None. Mine pays the lot rent on my camp in Erie. Actually, you could say that 100% is going towards fishing, just not supplies!

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Im planning to buy a full blown swimbait rod. Ive got intrest in throwing the bigger baits but know better than attempt it on my current rods. I can throw smaller ones, but I figure Ill kill two birds and make a swimbait/rig setup.

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Zero.   I already have gift cards I can't find anything to buy with.    

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None.  All of mine will have to go for the $5 per gallon propane which is running short right now.

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None. Other income will go to fishing supplies.

 

In fact, I just roll over any overpayments to the first quarter of the next year.

 

I have to file quarterly.

 

 

Yup ~ for me it's sort of like by own retirement fund . . . . . . .

 

A-Jay

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Zero

Going to use it to pay all those annoying bills.Plates and repairs for both cars.

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85% of it! Dropping a a little less than a grand on a new graph, getting a new prop (bent the @$?! out of my old one on a rock), and rounding it out with an order to siebertoutdoors ;))

Now hurry and pay up Uncle Sam!

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Tax return is perfect for covering the costs of the Bass Resource Road Trip!

Forget those nasty 'ol bills, fences, car repairs and the like.

Come have fun on the Road Trip this year!

I'm afraid I have spent my refund about 10 times over in my head.

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Buying a house is the plan this year. We need more room. Maybe can sneak a jerkbait under her nose though. ;)

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Most of it, im going to upgrade from a kayak to a jon boat so that should take care of a big part of the refund.

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About 40%, on Lowrance Elite-5 HDI. The rest will go toward truck maintenance, so I can get my boat to the ramp.

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Tax refund? What the heck is a tax refund?

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Tax refund? What the heck is a tax refund?

That's where the 'Entity' returns money to you that is already yours......and you're grateful!

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Tax refund? What the heck is a tax refund?

Exactly what I was thinking....

Jeff

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Most of it going towards the boat that Im buying in spring.  :respect-059:

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That's where the 'Entity' returns money to you that is already yours......and you're grateful!

 

I'm always surprised when I hear folks say they like a big refund, or worse, they think its found money. 

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None of it will go for fishing. Going to use it for the yearly family vacation.

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