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Last Post 03/15/2011 9:17 PM by  Tim_Johnson
CAT adjuster income tax prep
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lizmcgee
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03/14/2011 5:46 PM

    Do CAT adjusters file their tax returns as a self-employed person?        If you have a w-2 should you only file as single,married,etc and use the business expense form 2106?         thanks for your help

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    Goldust
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    03/14/2011 8:52 PM

    You're asking adjusters accountant questions. Go to a CPA.

       Everyone's scenario is different.

    JERRY TAYLOR
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    JimGary
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    03/14/2011 9:11 PM
    The answer is Yes...NO.....Maybe..... As the first answer says, each adjuster has a different situation, sometimes different from year to year. 2 years ago I was 100% 1099, last year some 1099 some w-2, this year 100% w-2, next year who knows. I have an accountant who sorts it all out and keeps me out of trouble.

    JWG
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    jsindallas
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    03/15/2011 4:54 PM
    The answer is the same as in adjusting, you want to pay the IRS every dollar you owe them & not a dollar more. If Independent, do get a professional to do your taxes. You can be making money doing what you know how to do & letting someone else do what they know. One good extra claim can pay for your tax preparations.
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    Tim_Johnson
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    03/15/2011 9:17 PM
    Join the revolt, taxes are illegal, don't file! LOL
    Tim Johnson
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