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Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#32700 Dec 5, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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The money that is invested or used to buy stock has been taxed also, sometimes more than one time, not that a sales or transaction tax is relevent to an income or capital gains tax.
How can one spend money in a sales tax(able) transaction (buying clothing, shoes, furniture, tires, meals, airline tickets, etc.) and still have that same money available to invest in stocks?

ROTFLMAO!!!

Poor thing...doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut, so he's continually finding new and ingenious ways to make a complete fool of himself.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Drake Town, GA

#32701 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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How can one spend money in a sales tax(able) transaction (buying clothing, shoes, furniture, tires, meals, airline tickets, etc.) and still have that same money available to invest in stocks?
ROTFLMAO!!!
Poor thing...doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut, so he's continually finding new and ingenious ways to make a complete fool of himself.
Said no such thing. Go practice your reading skills.
Skippy Peanut Butter

Blairsville, GA

#32702 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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Actually you are both in error.
Excepting for those states with no state income tax, the real total tax rate would be in the 20% range.
How many times do I have to caution you about stupidly attempting to pass yourself off as some kind of income tax authority?
Poor thing...
"The whole truth is always vastly superior to a partial or distorted truth." – The Book of Dave, 4:2
Hey as long as Bill in Dumbville gets his a$$$ kicked by you, I don't mind admitting I'm wrong. I used the "marginal" tax brackets provided by the IRS. I don't pretend to be an expert like some of the pontificating fools on here (to borrow your language).

Since: Nov 12

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#32703 Dec 5, 2013
Rest in Peace, Nelson Mandela, a man of great courage.
Skippy Peanut Butter

Blairsville, GA

#32704 Dec 5, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Ah, the wealth envy comments by this poster rear their ugly head again...
Hey, you're the idiot who tried to claim that lower capital gains tax rates helps everyone, whether rich or poor. Live with your stupid clueless statement.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#32705 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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Actually you are both in error.
Excepting for those states with no state income tax, the real total tax rate would be in the 20% range.
How many times do I have to caution you about stupidly attempting to pass yourself off as some kind of income tax authority?
Poor thing...
"The whole truth is always vastly superior to a partial or distorted truth." – The Book of Dave, 4:2
Great posts +3- all three of them. I would tell you that you are wasting you time but I am aware of how good it feels to just bitchslap (literally) those idiots every once in awhile.

Since: Nov 12

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#32706 Dec 5, 2013
The voters of Nevada should insist that Harry Reid's mental status be evaluated. He is tying himself in knots trying to claim that Obama's "If you like your health plan, you can keep it. Period." statement was true.

http://therightscoop.com/if-you-like-your-pla...

Since: Jan 10

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#32707 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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Uh, no an investor is not taxed twice on previously earned (and invested) money. He or she is taxed on the new earnings generated by the previous earnings. Just as I am taxed, not on the previously earned money I use to buy securities, but, on the gains I realize (upon selling said securities) from the increase in the prices of those securities above their purchase price.
...
LMAO, another clueless and uneducated post by the dapper one...

"He or she is taxed on the new earnings generated by the previous earnings."

Which have already been taxed.

The poster really should stay on topic with things he/she understand, taxes an math are two this poster doesn't understand.

All the poster understand is that he/she voted for the POTUSA because he looks like him. Enough said.

Since: Jan 10

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#32708 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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Actually you are both in error.
Excepting for those states with no state income tax, the real total tax rate would be in the 20% range.
How many times do I have to caution you about stupidly attempting to pass yourself off as some kind of income tax authority?
Poor thing...
"The whole truth is always vastly superior to a partial or distorted truth." – The Book of Dave, 4:2
Although the dapper one wouldn't understand such things, it's obvious we have been discussing federal income taxes, but that's way beyond the dapper one's ability to comprehend...

Since: Jan 10

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#32709 Dec 5, 2013
Skippy Peanut Butter wrote:
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You need to brush up on you reading comprehension also. Never did I claim or indicate such a thing. But spin it the only way you can to save face.
Actually, you did, but that's way beyond your comprehension level.

That's OK, you still could learn...

Since: Jan 10

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#32710 Dec 5, 2013
Skippy Peanut Butter wrote:
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I think if I were you I wouldn't admit that most of your friends mostly lost money on investments. But the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, does it?
Well, it's not appropriate to discuss my clients, but I'd quite happily compare my investing activities with yours...

Since: Jan 10

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#32711 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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How can one spend money in a sales tax(able) transaction (buying clothing, shoes, furniture, tires, meals, airline tickets, etc.) and still have that same money available to invest in stocks?
ROTFLMAO!!!
Poor thing...doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut, so he's continually finding new and ingenious ways to make a complete fool of himself.
And the irony of clueless and uneducated posts continues...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#32712 Dec 5, 2013
Skippy Peanut Butter wrote:
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Hey, you're the idiot who tried to claim that lower capital gains tax rates helps everyone, whether rich or poor. Live with your stupid clueless statement.
Sad thing is that this poster doesn't understand how wrong they are.

Perhaps if they were to invest in a business...na, let's not dream...

Since: Jan 10

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#32713 Dec 5, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Great posts +3- all three of them. I would tell you that you are wasting you time but I am aware of how good it feels to just bitchslap (literally) those idiots every once in awhile.
Ah, another clueless and uneducated "expert" opines again. Done your homework yet? Have a clue yet?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#32714 Dec 5, 2013
Skippy Peanut Butter wrote:
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Hey, you're the idiot who tried to claim that lower capital gains tax rates helps everyone, whether rich or poor. Live with your stupid clueless statement.
I guess it's a matter of this poster not understanding how things work because they're not involved in such activities.

Apologies for the snarkiness, but the proof is in the pudding, if someone is involved in the game, they will learn the rules. The poster doesn't apparently have any investments, they don't need to learn how the "game is played"...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#32715 Dec 5, 2013
Skippy Peanut Butter wrote:
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Hey as long as Bill in Dumbville gets his a$$$ kicked by you, I don't mind admitting I'm wrong. I used the "marginal" tax brackets provided by the IRS. I don't pretend to be an expert like some of the pontificating fools on here (to borrow your language).
I'm guessing this poster doesn't understand what getting their a$$$ kicked means, theirs has been kicked so many times, they're oblivious to it...

The dapper one has been embarrassed in the Atlanta forum as it relates to taxes so many times, it's a credit to his/her stubbornness that he/she continues addressing such items, with so little comprehension...

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Drake Town, GA

#32716 Dec 5, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Great posts +3- all three of them. I would tell you that you are wasting you time but I am aware of how good it feels to just bitchslap (literally) those idiots every once in awhile.
Too bad you haven't experienced it, literally.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Drake Town, GA

#32717 Dec 5, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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I guess it's a matter of this poster not understanding how things work because they're not involved in such activities.
Apologies for the snarkiness, but the proof is in the pudding, if someone is involved in the game, they will learn the rules. The poster doesn't apparently have any investments, they don't need to learn how the "game is played"...
Rewards, with no risk. It's the socialist dream.

Since: Jan 10

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#32718 Dec 5, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Rewards, with no risk. It's the socialist dream.
+1

Isn't that also known as "spread the wealth"?
there

Alto, GA

#32719 Dec 5, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
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Actually you are both in error.
Excepting for those states with no state income tax, the real total tax rate would be in the 20% range.
How many times do I have to caution you about stupidly attempting to pass yourself off as some kind of income tax authority?
Poor thing...
"The whole truth is always vastly superior to a partial or distorted truth." – The Book of Dave, 4:2

I see this poster has sold no stock or bonds, or even possibly doesn’t even own any…….as you don’t seem to have a clue what percentages are used with capital gains, and in which circumstances…..

You do however "pontificate" upon subjects you exhibit little knowledge in….
And I do enjoy making azzes out of azzes……..

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