It's a pretty common thing in America. I don't know how it works anywhere else, but every year we have to file a tax return, where we account for all our income and then either pay extra tax that wasn't collected during the year, or get a refund if the goverment overcollected.TMA said:Why did you get a tax refund?
There are some rumors on some unreliable sites of an iMac update...but I doubt it.skubish said:I am pretty much settled on an iMac G5 20". I just hope Apple doesn't release a new rev. right after I buy.
One thing I need advice on is speakers.
What are some good speakers to go along with my iMac?
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=111009iGary said:There are some rumors on some unreliable sites of an iMac update...but I doubt it.
There, did I add to the confusion?
Sorry but what is your financial background to give such an advice? How can you be SURE that it will go up? AAPL is probably the most speculative stock there is right now in volume x price, as such, its a very bad investment for someone who doesnt want to take risk or cant afford it.stoid said:Rather than buying a computer that will quickly depreciate in value, invest in Apple's stock which is about to split and likely continue it's upward climb in value for at least a little while.
And you're basically giving the government an interest-free loan. No thanks. I'd rather get as much out of my paycheck as possible and get a smaller refund come tax time.wordmunger said:Some people deliberately overpay their taxes just so they'll get a "bonus" at refund time.
Hemingray said:And you're basically giving the government an interest-free loan. No thanks. I'd rather get as much out of my paycheck as possible and get a smaller refund come tax time.
This article pretty much sums it up: