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Author: mneakrase Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121180  
Subject: Need help! Date: 4/16/2003 4:14 AM
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Hello all!

I've already filed for an extension on my taxes. So here is my problem. I had too little tax witheld and now I owe a bunch of money. I am trying to find more deductions in order to lessen the amount I owe.

Last year dh and I made 32k, I've already got in the Student loan interest deduction, and the retirement savings contributions credit. Talking with some co-workers they mentioned a Rental credit. We currently rent an apartment. Can anyone tell me about any deductions I might not know about or can anyone tell me about this mysterious Rental credit?

I would appreciate any and all help you could give me.
Oh and yes, I've already changed my W-2's and dh is changing his tomorrow so this will not happen again next year.

Thanks so much,
Megan
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