Tax Guru – Ker$tetter Letter

Helping real people win the tax game.

Posted by taxguru on April 15, 2013

 Likely tax cheats flock South, West –  A look at the IRS’s audit selection process.  Of course, as always, they begin from the premise that everyone cheats on their taxes and then they try to determine whose cheating is costing the almighty Federal government the most money.  We are all guilty and have to prove our innocence to the IRS’s satisfaction.

 

Wealth tax to pay for EU bail-outs –  This is in Germany, but we know our rulers in DC are considering the same kind of thing here.

 

Background checks amount to ‘new tax on guns,’ Coburn insists –  Taxes are intended to punish certain behaviors, so this fits the bill.

 

President Obama’s Weirdest New Taxes –  He and his regime never tire of thinking up ways to separate the private sector from its wealth and enlarge the Federal government.

 

Tax-portation bill. Senate passes $500M tax hike –  Why the nickname of Taxachusetts still applies to that state.

 

Medicare hike in Obama budget could hit some in middle class –  They call it “Means Testing.” I call it “Mean Testing” because it punishes people who have made good decisions. 

 


President Obama’s budget would increase Medicare premiums for wealthier seniors –  In this case, Evil Rich is defined as annual income over $85,000 per person, including the mandatory withdrawals from retirement accounts that people over 70.5 have to take..

 

IRS denies using emails to target taxpayers –  The funniest thing I have seen in quite a while;  IRS claiming to respect taxpayer rights and privacy.  That’s not how it works in the real world.

 

Tax Freedom Day 2013 is April 18 — Five Days Later than Last Year –  Just a few more days and what we earn is ours and not slave labor for our masters.

 

Obama’s budget levies $1 trillion in new taxes; That’s compromise? –  Of course it’s compromise when he stared with twice as much in new taxes.

 

Mitt Romney was right (on taxes) –  According to this poll, most people agree with the premise that taking steps to legally reduce one’s tax burden is acceptable and not inherently unpatriotic, as the DemonRat leaders claim.

 

Obama’s 2014 budget numbers are based on bad math, phantom revenues, imagined spending cuts and a middle-class tax hike –  They seem perfectly reasonable on the planet that the DC DemonRats inhabit.

 

 

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