10 things we've all said when filing our taxes

10 Things You Didn't Know About Taxes
10 Things You Didn't Know About Taxes

Ah, the ever-emotional process also known as filing your taxes.

Whether you come in to tax season prepared or not, it's undoubtedly a time that tests your ability to plan ahead, organize, and keep calm. More than likely, you won't execute all three to perfection.

There's no doubt you've said the following comments out loud or to yourself as you go through the stages of tax filing mania:

As tax season progresses, so do our levels of anxiety, determination and relief.

SEE ALSO: 10 ways you're filing your taxes wrong

The (only) good thing about the stress of tax season is the fact that we all have to do it. You're not alone in the land of 1040 forms!

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