With the tax return season nearly apon us, i thought id see what people are doing with theres (if they have much of one)
From the very small amout i get back, I think most of it will go into my car, cant be bothered being sensible and investing it.
A cam is first on the list. Better susp is up there aswell, but that might have to wait:(
I might aswell add that i think the system is shite. My dad, for example, is a contractor who pays 47% tax, then 9% insurance, 6% super, and 10%gst on everthing he buys (+something which ive forgotton). Gets no sick days, or holidays
Now that i had my whinge, what are you ppl going to do? Be sensible, spent it on something, or cry?
1st car EA Fairmont Ghia, extractors, exhaust
2nd EF GLi, 'custom' interior, extractors, exhuast
3rd EA Fairmont 5spd, low'd, extractors, exhuast, head
work, 3.45LSD, EL dash, interior+ El ECU
4th EB2 Fairmont, EL dash and interior, BBM, LSD etc etc
5th EB Fairmont Ghia 5L. All leather, lowered, exhaust etc
I'll be buying more Toll Holdings shares at <$7.20. May even mix in a few Qantas shares provided they're <$3.30.
Stops me spending the money at Herrods (sorry Rob) and getting in trouble with others...LOL
BA'1.5' Pursuit 290
Lightning Strike / Reflective Orange Stripes 'General' Dog - AP's German Shepherd and Best Mate - 02Dec1998-15Dec2003.
'Pepper' Dog - General's and My Little German Shepherd Sweetie - 1996?-02Apr2006. 'Sako' Dog - My Beautiful and Pretty German Shepherd - 2001?-23Aug2006.
Athough I'd rather pay a realistic tax rate during the year than have to make up all sorts of shit for the return at the end of the year. Especially since the ATO has basically got rid of all the allowable deductions for my job.
Either a new PC (need a dedicated linux box and i just wanna upgrade...yes i'm a GEEK and proud of it), lower the suspension on the BA (c'mon RACV u know u wanna let me) or just put it away for a house!!
Truly the deepest kiss one can feel, and the one most sought after, is the one you will not survive....
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