Posted April 16, 2019
By Byron King
Grounded for Summer Vacation
I am so totally confused that I had to file for an extension, says our first contributor about 2018 tax filing.
I thought it was supposed to be simpler but its not and my return is normally a cut and dry return.
I am now waiting to find out if I can have an extension. I will be taking this mess to a tax preparation person and having to pay!
Wish me luck.
Remember when the president and former Sen. Paul Ryan held up a mock-up of a postcard that wed be filing our taxes on after the TCJA? The postcards mocking us.
We could certainly pay less [in taxes] and reduce the national debt if duplication, unnecessary government agencies and waste were minimized eliminated would be much better but that would be too much to expect.
All non-essential programs should be eliminated until we have cleared the national debt.
No doubt. Government waste and the national debt mock us, too.
Your Rundown for Tuesday, April 16, 2019:
Summer Travel Grinds to a Halt
Did you know the Boeing 737 Max airplane accounted for 8,600 flights per week before the March air disaster off the coast of Ethiopia?
So how is the worldwide grounding of the Boeing passenger plane affecting U.S. carriers, particularly as we come into the busiest travel season of the year?
A decline in seat capacity could mean higher last-minute summer fares, particularly for business class travelers, says an article at Reuters.
The grounding of the 737 Max means...
- Southwest will cancel 160 of its 4,200 daily flights between Jun. 8 and Aug. 5