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8 hours ago, MakoMike said:

You need to read more better. Kevin’s situation is different because it’s through a trust, and it’s the trust that controls the payments. 
 

for the “normal” individual who controls both, the most economical Tax payments schedule is to pay the total taxes amount as withholding on the December distribution.

My wife's situation is not held in a trust, it is just inherited annuities and IRA accounts. 

 

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29 mins ago, Kml said:

The MLB can suck my dick. The Yanks Sox game tonight is only on Apple TV. 

**** them

MLB is really dicking the regular fan with that Apple TV thing.  

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33 mins ago, Kml said:

The MLB can suck my dick. The Yanks Sox game tonight is only on Apple TV. 

**** them

Twice

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1 hour ago, Mike said:

That's the best man at this wedding. A celebration of heterosexuality. 

How old is this nephew that he has a 40 year old bald hipster doosh as a best man?

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2 mins ago, Mike said:

They are late 20s.

Bald in your 20s is a sad state of affairs.

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2 hours ago, MakoMike said:

Yes it is, because the trust determines the payout dates. You can’t withhold more than 100%.

You’ve missed the whole point but keep on swinging for the fence if it makes you feel better.  And in case you missed it, see below:

1 hour ago, Kml said:

My wife's situation is not held in a trust, it is just inherited annuities and IRA accounts. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mike said:

I've been here for two hours and only been pulled out of one culvert by an old geezer, his pickup and a chain

 

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We’ll need to hear more about this.

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8 mins ago, PeterO said:

We’ll need to hear more about this.

Thank you for bumping this. 

It looks like a little hole does the 4wd not function in that truck 

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That culvert was so deep that my bumper was on the ground and that wheel wasn't touching bottom with weight on it. Front driver side wheel was in the air.

 

One lane dirt road. I'm riding in 4wd. T intersection, I have the stop sign. Trucks coming from both directions, both trying to turn onto the road I'm on. So I back up and angle to the edge to make room for them to squeeze the turn. Rear wheel found the culvert and pulled the Sequoia backwards into the hole.

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Posted (edited)

18 mins ago, Kml said:

Thank you for bumping this. 

It looks like a little hole does the 4wd not function in that truck 

I like how Y thinks we will believe that he was sober when this occurred.

Edited by Slacker

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