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February 14, 2006

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James Jeffers

Loopholes? From what?

Calling a tax deduction a loophole implies that the money you earned really belongs, in totality, to the government, and they are merely deciding on what percentage you get to keep.

So, please, more loopholes and tax shelters please.

foobar33

Uhm, the more loopholes rich Libertooneans use to avoid paying taxes, the more working stiffs without dozens of deductions have to shoulder their burden.

So, please, fewer loopholes and tax shelters please.

GBGames

Any reason given for why it isn't a tax deduction? I mean, the memory stick is for your job, right?

Robert 'Groby' Blum

Only kind-of related to the post - I assume you're in the L.A. area, right? I'm still looking for a tax accountant - mind sending me contact info for yours?

hunter

The AMT claims another victim. Some folks have noted that the AMT hits people in high state tax areas (NY, CA for example), which tend to be coastal, which also tend to be "blue" states. And that's why the current administration has no real concern about fixing it right now.

CastilloLeah

Houses and cars are quite expensive and not every person is able to buy it. But, personal loans was created to help different people in such kind of cases.

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