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I have been looking for a source for dental help for those in need and can't seem to find anything and to me this is such a sad thing. There are so many people who need help in order to keep their teeth. Even those who work and have dental insurance cannot afford all the dental expenses. Insurance is not enough. Why doesn't someone start up a program for helping people keep their smiles. There is nothing worse than losing your teeth and many people cannot afford implants. Many go off to other countries to get expensive dental work done. This is my question....do any of your extremely wealthy people giving away your money feel the same??
I would love to start up a non-profit to help people of all ages keep their smiles healthy, but I don't really have the know-how to do it or the financial backing to do it.
DID we see anywhere on there, ANY of these MILLIONAIRES donating, to the poor, the starving children, homeless, hostels?
THESE SO CALLED MONEY DONATING MILLIONAIRES, ARE WARPED SICK GREEDY THINKERS.
wow! how dumb do they think we are? he didn't give away shit $$$, it's called moving your assets, which in the long run brings back cash flow, as well as save s big $$$ on taxes. charities of which he is hidden share holder to board member/ceo to just plain involved! if we all had that kind of $$$ we would follow suit.
so don't be fooled again and sucked into these guys using you funds to feed their lavish life style!
Giving away stock is not the same as giving money. Gifts of stock should not be deductable at the fair market of the stock.The net worth of a donor of stock is actually increased and it is other taxpayers who pay for the gift.
They give away all this money to there foundation. And you have people like me who can’t even afford a decent car to get myself back and forth to doctors who are trying to keep me alive. No wonder death is looking good for some of us
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