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(Christian Science Monitor)   Were you planning to file your taxes early this year in hopes of an early refund? Yeah, about that   ( ) divider line
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2013-01-09 08:29:58 AM  
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Thunderpipes: I paid for my college out of pocket. I cannot even deduct student loan interest. My tax dollars give free money to others to go as well. Why is this in any way fair?

SO you were aware that the interest was deductible. You could have gotten a loan and chose the path of most resistance. You sir are a genius.
2013-01-09 08:28:57 AM  
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MyRandomName: Liar.


We're really getting into some good repartee here.
2013-01-09 07:57:48 AM  
1 vote:
As long as I can still cobble everything together on 4/15, we're okay.
2013-01-09 07:42:40 AM  
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Past 80k or so, things turn really, really ugly. The things you cannot claim as exemptions climb. Just making 20k more at some point makes you pay dramatically more taxes.

This is why people vote liberal. They don't make that money yet, so they don't care if other people pay. The whole class warfare system is dumb. Our tax system is the most progressive in the world, and still liberals want it worse. We need to broaden the tax base. Only when people have a stake in the game will they start caring about fiscal responsibility for the country.

If you just get free stuff, of course you will vote for whomever promises the most free stuff. Stupid way to run a country.
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