Rob Driessen (rob_d) wrote,
Rob Driessen

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Needless to say I'm quite exhausted after a long weekend of fun, friends, food and fantasy. It's 3pm and I'm still lying in my bed, reading through my new Roleplaying game-books that I bought at the fair for next to nothing. Memo to me: get pictures developed. I feel like I'm one of the last Mohicans that still uses a camera with film inside :)

During the past few days I've been playing 'mobile bankmachine', since I've been borrowing money to others. Just as a reminder to me, as much as my clients
pegla, 10 Euro or a commission, just make me something nice, you know me by now.
thaily, 10 Euro or a commission, same as above. BTW, I got your horsie figurine from Gray. Katwijk is not as far as Lelystad.
_graywolf_, 39,50 Euro, Labyrinth and Dark Crystal DVD's
clsa, 45 Euro
bander, Resident Evil VCD
Marije (former colleague at hotel), still owes me my book '24/7'.

I do hope that's everything. If you read this and have something that is mine, please be so kind to mention it.

And now, this monday, I received a call from dad's tax-advisor. Remember they're trying to get almost 1000 Euro's from me? Well, the advisor intervened, but all he could achieve was waiving a 113 Euro penalty. Turns out that the rest of the amount is correct and now I have to cough up a little under 900 Euro for my 2002 taxes.
But that's not all: the IRS/Belastingdienst have started digging in my file and according to them I earned more money in 2000 and 2001 than I reported. At that time I worked in Belgium. Anyway, now dad's advisor has received a long list of questions from the IRS about 2000 and 2001 and he wants me to send over everything I have. I don't know what I could've done wrong, but this is going from bad to worse. Imagine what I'll have to pay in intrest if it turns out I didn't pay enough taxes over those years.

So this whole tax-business is now hanging over my head like the sword of Damocles, ready to fall down and strike at any moment. Just what you need when you're unemployed, receive only 70% of your last income as benefit and can't find a nice job in the papers, on the internet and everywhere else that you look. Just a while longer and I might have to turn to my parents again to hold up my hand, and if you're a regular reader, you know it's the last thing in the world I want.
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