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3 hours ago, ChumSlickJon said:

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I think that last paragraph is posted on the gate at  Mar-a-Lago.

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You know who’s going to get caught up in this travesty BIG TIME? 
 

all the crypto bros who think they are taking clandestine profits. 

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4 hours ago, crazybellringer said:

Second hand stories are worthless. I have been audited twice no big deal. 

I was audited 3 times and it was a b*tch.  They wanted to see every receipt for traveling... well if you know sometimes they print these on chitty thermofax paper and the ink will wear off in less than a year.  as an FYI each one of the audits were under a democrat president...  The tax system is not a fair and equitable solution as it stands.

 

it was a mess

 

eff the IRS

 

eff those that want to see 87k more people to screw you over.

 

I'm sure I will be audited next year.  

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5 hours ago, capequahog said:

80 Billion, with a B, to go to IRS, in the Inflation Reduction Act

How much for helping veterans?

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I can't imagine needing 87k for the entire govt, let alone one agency.

 

 

That's nucking futs. 

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26 mins ago, shb said:

How much for helping veterans?

1. Homeless veterans & long term medical 

2. school security 

3. border

4. Energy/oil 

5. War

 

all greater priority by a lot but there they are smiling around the shiny new bill 

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1 hour ago, Dave588 said:

If we had a flat tax as a percentage, the irs could be 8700

Makes sense. Precisely why it's NOT that way. Besides all the complexity intentionally built into it that provides "loopholes", the current tax laws provide the basis for a GIANT cottage industry. Including (apparently) 87k more overlords.

56 mins ago, makomakoman said:

I was audited 3 times and it was a b*tch.  They wanted to see every receipt for traveling... well if you know sometimes they print these on chitty thermofax paper and the ink will wear off in less than a year.  as an FYI each one of the audits were under a democrat president...  The tax system is not a fair and equitable solution as it stands.

 

it was a mess

 

eff the IRS

 

eff those that want to see 87k more people to screw you over.

 

I'm sure I will be audited next year.  

Keep posting like this and you will.

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1 hour ago, shb said:

How much for helping veterans?

That was in the pact act. separate bill. >

Deficit Impact of Honoring our Pact Act
Policy    2022-2031 Cost
Expand veterans disability benefits    $153 billion
Expand veterans health benefits    $102 billion
Other direct cost increases    $22 billion
Total Direct Cost of Bill    $277 billion
Reclassified discretionary costs*    $390 billion
Total Mandatory Spending Increase    $667 billion
Source: Congressional Budget Office.

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Govern me harder daddy.

It makes me feel secure knowing government goons are watching everyone's every move.

 

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If you are interested in the job, here is a list of the qualifications and duties.

 

Are they figuring on these rich folk getting rowdy?

Audits are a contact sport?

 

 

 

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