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  1. LOL, thanks for proving my point! Put the bong down and actually read what you post. The wife broke $110k last year with a pretty nice benefits package. Healthcare workers compensation is going to be a problem if the U.S. goes to any kind of universal, single payer system. We appreciate you overpaying for your healthcare.
  2. How much does a Speech Language Pathologist make in England? The average salary for a Speech Language Pathologist is £63.47 per day in England, which meets the national average. Salary estimates are based on 288 salaries submitted anonymously to Indeed by Speech Language Pathologist employees, users, and collected from past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. The typical tenure for a Speech Language Pathologist is 1-3 years. Something I always look at when any type of universal, single payer system is brought up. The above salary average verses the $600/day the wife makes. Careful what you wish for. Increasing demand and lowering pay usually doesn't work out too well.
  3. Thank you President Trump, I'm off to work knowing I get to keep more of my hard earned income. Fat chance of that EVER happening under a Democrat!
  4. Kind of a shame you are just figuring this out. Were you posting this stuff while Obama ran up $8-9 trillion in debt? The fact still remains: We paid a smaller tax rate on a larger portion of taxable income. I know that makes you mad, maybe if your party (both parties actually) didn't like to spend so much things would be different. I see no change in the near future.
  5. I can see that chart comparing 2017 vs. 2018 tax brackets really has your panties in a wad. Fact: Lower tax rates on a larger amount of taxable income. Here it is again so it might sink into your thick scull. Married Filing Jointly & Surviving Spouses 2018 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $24,000 2017 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $12,700 10% 0 to $19,050 10% 0 to $18,650 12% $19,050 to $77,400 15% $18,650 to $75,900 22% $77,400 to $165,000 25% $75,900 to $153,100 24% $165,000 to $315,000 28% $153,100 to $233,350 32% $315,000 to $400,000 33% $233,350 to $416,700 35% $400,000 to $600,000 35% $416,700 to $470,700 37% Over $600,000 39.60% Over $470,700
  6. One thing is sure, you won't be peddling the truth. Apparently you don't have a problem with that. The actual facts are: Lower tax rates on a larger portion of taxable income. Married Filing Jointly & Surviving Spouses 2018 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $24,000 2017 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $12,700 10% 0 to $19,050 10% 0 to $18,650 12% $19,050 to $77,400 15% $18,650 to $75,900 22% $77,400 to $165,000 25% $75,900 to $153,100 24% $165,000 to $315,000 28% $153,100 to $233,350 32% $315,000 to $400,000 33% $233,350 to $416,700 35% $400,000 to $600,000 35% $416,700 to $470,700 37% Over $600,000 39.60% Over $470,700
  7. Hmm, that's strange, the I.R.S. published income limits for 2019 EITC. https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/individuals/earned-income-tax-credit/eitc-income-limits-maximum-credit-amounts-next-year Lie much?
  8. I know a couple who gross $200k and live paycheck to paycheck. Living beyond your means is a choice.
  9. Someone's personal choice is not my problem.
  10. No money in the market would be my guess, they are too worried about their 8% smaller tax refund.
  11. Information for the willfully ignorant: Lower tax rates on a larger portion of taxable income. Married Filing Jointly & Surviving Spouses 2018 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $24,000 2017 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $12,700 10% 0 to $19,050 10% 0 to $18,650 12% $19,050 to $77,400 15% $18,650 to $75,900 22% $77,400 to $165,000 25% $75,900 to $153,100 24% $165,000 to $315,000 28% $153,100 to $233,350 32% $315,000 to $400,000 33% $233,350 to $416,700 35% $400,000 to $600,000 35% $416,700 to $470,700 37% Over $600,000 39.60% Over $470,700
  12. ^^^^^ Think about what this idiot is saying.^^^^^^ He claims "all they did was take a few less pennies". Now people are pissed off because those pennies won't pay their home tax bill? Makes one wonder how these idiots remember to breath.
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