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craigrh13  
#61 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2020 2:05:33 PM(UTC)
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You’re wrong yet again.


go away troll!!!!


I believe you need to learn what a troll is. Calling you out for being wrong is not being a troll. You just don’t have anything intelligent to say.


doing what you do is trolling.


"Internet trolls are people who want to provoke and upset others online for their own amusement."



https://www.howtogeek.co...nd-how-to-handle-trolls/




but keep telling your self that you are not.



because we all know you are a troll.


You just don’t like hearing you’re wrong. That’s all.


you just don't like hearing you are a troll. That is all!!!


Thanks for proving my point, pops.
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#62 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2020 2:35:29 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for proving my point, pops.




you just do not respect anyone do you.


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#63 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2020 2:38:03 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for proving my point, pops.




you just do not respect anyone do you.




You are a dumb, useless, illiterate as**ole. Hard to respect you.
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#64 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2020 3:21:53 PM(UTC)
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Craig you must be a pleasure to work with. You hate the post office and most of it's lazy workers, so why oh why do you stay? If you are half as smart as you think you are, I'm sure the private sector would love to have you. Although Trumptard is already surrounded by a bunch of sycophants, all of your posts lead
me to believe you would be best qualified in a position kissing his rather large, dumba**.
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#65 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 8:21:01 AM(UTC)
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""What would happen tomorrow in the wake of this pandemic if the Postal Service announced tomorrow that they were going out of businesses and they were laying off all their workers?" Connolly said.
The Postal Service has 630,000 employees across the country, making it one of the largest US government agencies. USPS said Friday that 111 of its employees have tested positive for coronavirus, and one letter carrier died in New York.
As millions shelter in place to wait out the coronavirus, the mail is a lifeline to distribute critical medicine and supplies to those who are homebound. It also will play a major role in helping distribute millions of checks to individuals and businesses who receive cash from the federal government as part of its historic stimulus program."



read the rest at link below









https://www.cnn.com/2020...%3A+CNN+-+Top+Stories%29


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#66 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 12:09:57 PM(UTC)
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so you believe the stimulus bill was good for you.


"Edward J. McCaffery is Robert C. Packard trustee chair in law and a professor of law, economics and political science at the University of Southern California. He is the author of "Fair Not Flat: How to Make the Tax System Better and Simpler" and founder of the People's Tax Page. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.

(CNN)We face a frightening pandemic. More than 100,000 American have been infected with Covid-19, while tens of millions more continue to shelter at home. Meanwhile, the markets are crashing.
And yet the more things change, the more they stay the same.
While health care workers and local governments frantically race against the clock to keep up with the escalating medical caseloads while trying to keep themselves and their families safe, Congress was still able to find the time to give money away to rich people.

Thanks to a stunning new report from the New York Times, which has been relentless on the tax beat during the Trump administration, we've learned that a provision has been included in the 880-page coronavirus stimulus bill to help the very wealthy in a way that is breathtaking in its scope and detail.
It is worth taking a minute -- many of us have more of those now in our quarantined states -- to explain.

When individuals buy real estate, even if they do so using loans or other people's money, they can "depreciate" -- or write off, over time -- the cost of the physical property on their taxes. Suppose, for example, that a taxpayer bought a $2 million building as an investment. He would be able to deduct, or subtract from his taxes, something like $100,000 a year for 20 years to defray the costs of buying and improving the property. The taxpayer would be able to take these deductions even if the building were going up in value. This is why Donald Trump loves depreciation, as he told the nation during a presidential debate in 2016 -- it's one of many ways he avoided paying millions in taxes. Such love seems to runs in the family: Jared Kushner has utilized tax depreciation, too.

Now here is what changed in the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill. Previously, if a married couple had depreciation deductions that exceeded their real estate business income, the couple could claim that "loss" to write off taxes on a maximum of $500,000 in income from other sources, like wages from a day job.
Under the change, our rich taxpayer couple -- and this applies only for individuals, not corporations -- can now deduct an unlimited amount of "excess losses" in real estate against income from other sources. So now real estate moguls with lucrative day jobs or bountiful capital gains from other investments can go back to living tax-free, the Kushner way, before limits were put in place as part of the 2017 tax reform bill.

It gets worse, if that's possible. The change applies to this year -- and retroactively to 2019 and 2018. This means rich people can file amended returns now, and get refunds of perhaps millions of dollars, sooner than we can produce the number of ventilators we might need for the coronavirus crisis.
Let's pause for a moment to review: The new relief provision only benefits those who can list more than $500,000 in excess business losses -- typically artificial losses from depreciation that have more than wiped out their business income on paper -- AND more than $500,000 in other income from wages or other sources now that the cap on the tax break has been removed. Pity such people in a time of pandemic? Congress did.

Who are they? The Times and other accounts refer to this category as the "top 1%" of taxpayers, according to Internal Revenue Service data. These are people who are likely making millions, writing off millions more in paper real estate losses, all the while really hating the taxes they must pay.
I, personally, do not know any such people, and I suspect few readers do. But I have a hunch that some of them can be found at Mar-a-Lago, where perhaps a piano is playing "As Time Goes By" while a record number of Americans across the country file for unemployment." "


https://www.cnn.com/2020...%3A+CNN+-+Top+Stories%29


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#67 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 1:11:29 PM(UTC)
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Feel free to give back the money coming to you since you hate Trump so much. I bet you won’t.

Also, let’s not forget this was passed by BOTH parties. So direct your hate fairly.
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#68 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 4:05:19 PM(UTC)
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Feel free to give back the money coming to you since you hate Trump so much. I bet you won’t.

Also, let’s not forget this was passed by BOTH parties. So direct your hate fairly.


i don't get any
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#69 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 5:31:23 PM(UTC)
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Feel free to give back the money coming to you since you hate Trump so much. I bet you won’t.

Also, let’s not forget this was passed by BOTH parties. So direct your hate fairly.


i don't get any


I read this online:

"Social Security recipients typically don’t file tax returns. But “as long as they received an SSA-1099 form (the Social Security benefit statement), the federal government will be able to send them a payment via the usual way they get their Social Security payment,” according to the Washington Post.

Sen. Richard Burr’s office in North Carolina confirmed that, WLOS reported.

Without a tax return, “those on Social Security and SSI Disability can use their Social Security Administration data to make their claim,” according to WLOS.

Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland clarified that anyone receiving SSI who files taxes will be eligible for a stimulus check, KREM reported. If someone else claims them on their taxes, that person will get an additional $500 allotted for dependents under the bill.



No additional information was available on the IRS website after the U.S. House of Representatives passed the bill Friday. There are also currently no sign-ups needed for stimulus payment checks, according to the IRS."

postalvet, I realize you may not qualify and may not even get any SS. Just posting for general info. if it helps someone.

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#70 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2020 7:31:49 PM(UTC)
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