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Archive for July 22nd, 2004

Posted by taxguru on July 22, 2004

Arguments Against Car Leasing – For decades, I’ve been warning people that leasing vehicles is a huge rip-off from a financial perspective.

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Home For Sale

Posted by taxguru on July 22, 2004

My dad and his wife have purchased a new place in Bella Vista, Arkansas and are ready to sell the place they have been in for the past few years in Rogers, Arkansas. They did a ton of work on the place; but have decided to make a move and are trying to sell the place on their own.

Although it’s much closer to civilization than our ranch in the boonies is, one thing making it very tempting to me is high speed cable Internet service. This is even more appealing this week, as I’ve been pulling my hair out trying to get my new upgraded DirecWay satellite service to work properly with the small computer network in our main house.

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Posted by taxguru on July 22, 2004

Republicans Delay Action on Extending Tax Cuts

 

 

Greenspan says Bush’s tax cuts buoyed economy   – Exactly why the DemonRats fought so hard to oppose them.  Their marching orders are to fight anything that makes Bush look good, regardless of how beneficial they are for the country. 

   



Loose change  – The Feds have latched onto “Finders keepers, losers weepers” as a new revenue source.  Over a quarter million dollars in found change at airports since last October. 

  

 Class warfare and political profiteers  – Standard political weapons for the DemonRats, along with a big helping of hypocrisy. 

    

Congress, White House Deadlock on Tax Cut

 

 Bush Quashes GOP Deal on Tax Cuts’ Life   – Remember what big tax increases are just around the corner if our rulers don’t stop their bickering and extend (or better still, make permanent) so many tax breaks that are scheduled to expire soon

    

 

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