jeromemsn wrote:Hmm "tax payer tit" You ever notice how much money everybody talks about getting back at the end of the year. Yep from February on to June all ya hear is,"Man we are getting thousands back." well I really did pay 14 grand in taxes last year and I didn't get a dime back, so get of my tit and get your #ss to work and join the rest of us that pay for everything you don't deserve.
This is the most insulting, self serving, naive, uninformed thing I've ever read. Who do you think you are talking to? The majority people in this country and on this forum are the salt of the earth. Each of us work hard for our money and pay the taxes that we owe. The fact that we don't want to pay more or have refunded what we paid in excess doesn't make us dead beats "sucking at your tit." That mind set is ludicrous. Why are you so bitter about paying the $14 grand you owed last year? Obviously, you think you paid too much or you'd just accept the amount and shut up about it.
jeromemsn wrote:Just think if everyone really paid tax and then at the end of the year didn't get any back, we would have so much surplus that we could all retire at 50 instead of 74. Stop the bitching pay your tax and lets get on down the road. We the ones that really are paying are tired of this song and dance about President Obama being the problem when he isn't. I wish the tax was a straight up 10 percent of what ever was earned for everyone. You earn a buck send in a dime, and with that I might add there should not be any other tax, just a one time 10 percent and done. If they can't run a government on that kind of money, well then they need to close up shop
You seem not to understand - any money received in the form of a tax refund is not taxes not paid. That money is money taken from your earned income and put in an account to be used for the taxes you are projected to owe in the spring. It's your money. A wise individual arranges his W-2 form so that they are a few hundred dollars plus or minus of what will be owed in taxes. If you are getting a couple of thousand dollars in tax refunds you are providing the government with an interest free loan.
No one isn't paying the appropriate taxes in this scenario, they have overpaid and merely getting the excess money taken from them back.
jeromemsn wrote:We the ones that really are paying are tired of this song and dance about President Obama being the problem when he isn't.
What a crock of bull! Again you are implying that the majority of Americans aren't paying their full share. I ask again what planet do you live on? Statements such as these are easy to make but show me your sources. Your small business taxes and "fees" are going to go up by an estimated 10 to 15% come January 1 and Obama is directly responsible for it. That increase is going to be reflected in every aspect of your life. That is a fact and can be documented. For being such a successful businessman you sure don't seem to understand what is actually going on in this country. Small businesses such as the one you are supposedly involved with drive our economy and Obama's economic policies are killing them. That's easy to see if you are reading or listening to someone other then the Mainstream Media. Did you see that jobless claims are up and actual new hires are down? Did you see that our national debt grew by something like 1 Trillion dollars last month alone? Those facts are barely being mentioned much less really discussed in the MSM.
Actually, I'm starting to doubt what you say about your business background. No one in business would miss state the fact that tax refunds are actually taxes not paid. They'd know that's the individual's money. No small business man would welcome the tax increases coming in Jan. I shouldn't have to explain to you that those tax increases mean additional job loss across the country. That too is a fact and can be documented. Lisa