I withdrew out of my retirement, which everyone tells you never to do. But I did it to live on rahter than going on the system of welfare. Instead I am now being punished for trying to do the right thing by having to pay taxes on something I no longer have. I thought I was done with paying taxes on my retirement only to receive a notice today saying I owe exactly the same amount PLUS what I already currently owe totaling over $10,000 in taxes, interest and penalties.
Thank you IRS for telling me I should have just gone on welfare instead of trying not to live off the system
Ok, here's some back story. I met my husband when I was 15 years old. Childhood sweethearts. We were always on again, off again. After senior year we just drifted apart. I did my own thing, he did his. Well I was in a bad relationship. Like, the stress I had from that relationship landed me in ICU from a minor heart attack (I was 23 at the time). I ended things with that guy because I realized...
not sure why but I don’t even feel confident doing my job which I’ve done for 20 years. Everything overwhelms me but especially being alone and feeling lonely. It’s the worst feeling and I feel I need to talk to people.