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Married, making $62k/year with no kids = getting screwed. Ridiculous
I'd like to see the child credit disappear after the 2nd child. Why should tax payers subsidize others for having kids?
We should have a flat rate tax for everyone. No exceptions.
It's downright insulting that this article referes to these tax codes as "BIG TAX BREAKS" for the middle class. Furthemore, the tax system and it's loopholes is geared toward the wealthy, plain and simple. If the IRS wants to be FAIR to all americans covert the system to a progressive "flat tax" based on income and that includes Corporate profits. No more R&D write-offs for private companies looking to get an edge in the market place. No more write-offs for entertaining clients or trips to the Carribean under the guise of business. The write-offs the average American is afforded amounts to very little when compared to what all the rich of this country write off on one business trip.
F _ _ _ ing insulting.
Come One Come all to America ! No need to work Kuz uncle sam gone take care of us & da more little chilldrins we pop out da mo money we get .
Wow! I get a $1000 tax credit for my child until they turn 17. Then what???? They are still in high school, I am still supporting them 100% and don't forget college! I will still be supporting them then and they can remain on my health insurance until they turn 26???? Seems to me if I am supporting them and they are on my health insurance until the age of 26 I should be allowed the $1000 tax credit as well. Just sayin'
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