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Taxes don't phase me in the least! Hell, other than the tax I pay on my cases of Old Milwaukee!
I've never worked a day in my life! Why should I when I can be a house husband!
Speaking of which, I am all for equality amongst the genders myself! If there can be sister wives why can't there be brother husbands?
I'd love to have some brother husbands to hang out with all day! Cooking, cleaning, beer ponging and butt phucking!
I can dream can't I?
Horrible job on the annuity page. As a matter of fact, it would probably be better not to even try to mention annuities in this little flip page format MSN thinks is so wonderful.
I'm no expert, but I know part of the problem with the annuity product is that there's so many "bells and whistles" on them that you can't compare one to the other. Keep it simple, fixed, with a cost of living increase and that's about it.
Not everyone should get an annuity. If you're considering one, you probably have sufficient means to afford the services of a certified financial advisor.
Also, annuities are for the most risk-adverse among us.
I thought we were supposed to pay taxes so that the politicians could redistribute it to others according to their need. How dare someone advise people how to avoid paying their "fair share".
If everyone minimized their tax burden where would the government turn to ensure the voting block of the dependency class stays happy.
How dare they provide tax avoidance plans that are not available to all. Not everyone can afford life insurance, an annuity, or 401k, IRAs and other tax advantage retirement programs. Aren't these just loopholes in the tax laws for the rich so that they will not pay their "fair share" and support those in need of their Earned Income Credits?
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