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    02-25-2013, 10:46 PM
  #61
Weanling
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Originally Posted by GamingGrrl    
Poisoned fish hook?
OP has a dramatic life.... O_O
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hahaha thank god my supervisor was behind me or it would have gone straight into my shoulder and I would have died before we even got half way out of the forest. He screamed like a little kid and I froze, and looked over and saw it, I was shaking dramatically.
It wasnt as bad as the girl that sat down next to the rattle snake to eat her lunch, haha they ran and went and jumped in the car, I had to kill it because the four people with me were to afraid to.
     
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    02-25-2013, 10:49 PM
  #62
Weanling
Actually ill go talk to them tomorrow! It was a very fun job.... except filling in pot holes in 110 degree weather and almost dying several times.... hahaha
(ps only killed the rattle snake because it was a job site and it was a danger, other wise I would have let it be)
     
    02-26-2013, 12:00 AM
  #63
Weanling
It's not actually the law to report "any income you make." If you are single, you can make close to $10,000 before it's required that you file.

Some people are paid in food, shelter and other compensation but don't make enough cash to have to file with the IRS. That's not actually dishonest.
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    02-26-2013, 07:21 AM
  #64
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by gottatrot    
It's not actually the law to report "any income you make." If you are single, you can make close to $10,000 before it's required that you file.

Some people are paid in food, shelter and other compensation but don't make enough cash to have to file with the IRS. That's not actually dishonest.
Actually if the grandfather is collecting social security and is self employed, which is what the farm would be, then yes he has to file a tax return if he made more than $400. And as such if he paid her more than $600 during the year if she is not an employee getting a w-2 he must report her income on a 1099-misc which would then put her as self employed and then required to file a tax return if she made more than $400 during the year.

The less than $9,500 rule only applies to those getting standard w-2's.
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