IRS aims to clarify investment income tax under healthcare law: Pony up guys it is time to pay everybody else’ fair share . . . again.

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jcrowley1985
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I blame Corporate Greed.

ooddballz
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Of course you do, but we all know you are a moron.

danybhoy
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if you had said gov’t/political greed, you would be onto something.

BTW, don’t say Ron Paul this, that, & whatever. Does’nt effing matter. He’s was on Capital Hill for much of the time our gov’t expanded the most & went into it’s greatest debt. He also shares some of the blame.

poppajoe49
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RP is a sneaky turd!
He had bills with earmarks for his district in them that he put in the bill, but didn’t vote for. He knew the bill would pass, so he was able to vote against the bill, so he could claim he never voted for a bill that had earmarks. It is a favorite claim of Paulsies, but it is a hollow claim.

sa_rose
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My total income before Medicare premiums for Part B and D is $17K and change. So they have decided I no longer qualify for food stamps, or assistance frm Medicare to help pay the copays for my medications. Clearly in the Government’s calculations I am considered at least Middle class. Mind you, I don’t own my home, I don’t own a car and I DO significant medical costs. But then $17 K IS a fortune, right?

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

I can just see all the jobs this is going to create, in China.

poppajoe49
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Obama promised to deal with creating jobs, he just didn’t say where.

CO2Insanity
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Bend forward!

MGAP
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Yup, if you are successful and investing for your future, bend over. Kind of seems like the government is in charge of the glass ceiling nowdays.

poppajoe49
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It’s simple!
1. How much money do you have?
2 Send it in.

flashingscotsman
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I think they’re looking for more than that.

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