Jerry Coon

The Tax Attic – July 9, 2009

July 9, 2009 // 0 Comments

Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Cash for Clunkers Our Congress is at it again. Passing laws and printing money seem to be their specialty these days. This particular program only has a one billion price tag, so it’s kind of small potatoes, but it’s still one BILLION dollars. I’m talking about the bill recently passed by both the House and the Senate, and is [...]

The Tax Attic – July 2, 2009

July 2, 2009 // 0 Comments

Who qualifies to receive Social Security benefits? Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent My wife, Deb, looked around our yard the other day and noted that our yard was an example of nature gone wild. The peonies have never had more flowers and those flowers were large and magnificent. All of the varieties of hostas are huge. There were flowers on lilac bushes that haven’t had [...]

Tax Attic — June 25, 2009

June 25, 2009 // 0 Comments

Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent How are Social Security benefits calculated? The catching of fish in Canada was not quite as good this year as other years. The black flies and mosquitoes were not a problem, though. I guess they don’t like 50 degree and rainy weather either. However, the fishing was as good as ever. As those of us who fish know, catching fish is only a [...]

The Tax Attic – June 18, 2009

June 18, 2009 // 0 Comments

Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Social Security to go bankrupt It has been an eventful and good last few months for the Coon household. Stephanie, our oldest daughter, has been a student at Rush Medical University in Chicago for the last four years. At the end of April, she completed her studies at Rush. Prior to that time, she found out that she would be serving her three [...]

The Tax Attic – June 4, 2009

June 4, 2009 // 0 Comments

Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Why is Social Security going bankrupt? As I have written in previous articles, I enjoy going to sprint car races, particularly the winged sprint car shows put on by the World of Outlaws. It’s a traveling circus that comes to Michigan usually once a year. Sometimes they come when I’m out of state, up in Canada fishing or on [...]
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