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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Cell Phone Users Could Get $9 Billion in Tax Refunds

But they may spend hours doing repetitive paperwork to get it.

Phone customers are due $9 billion in tax refunds and a 3% cut in wireless phone and long-distance bills, according to a series of federal court decisions. But the federal government continues to collect the tax and requires so much paperwork for refunds that only big corporations are likely to benefit.

Can you here me now?

Posted by The Bastard at 12:27 AM in Sidebar | Permalink


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If I am not on a computer, I am driving and if I am driving I am on the phone. Gimme my money back, you bitch!

(You can work a Ben Folds line into anything!)

Posted by: steve | Dec 14, 2005 1:30:21 AM

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