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buckstimebank

Bangor, PA

#1 Mar 2, 2013
Introducing the:

"Time Bank of Bucks County"

Give & receive services for free and there is no cost to join!

You bank your time given and time that you've received services.

Log on to http://buckscounty.timebanks.org/ to sign up!

The "Time Bank of Bucks County" offers individuals and businesses the opportunity to reciprocate by sharing their expertise (whatever they can do - home cleaning, accounting, pet sitting) with someone else in the network to receive services (like dog walking, plumbers, electricians) for free.

This is legit and secure. This has just been launched and we need to enroll people with all different kinds of expertise. Help out the recruiting process by contacting your contacts with the URL site and print/send the brochure to people that you think might be interested.

The brochure:  https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-CPAiffh26Fb... . The more people we get to sign on, the better and more useful it will be.

This is an exciting concept and, in this economy, a needed one!

Time Bank of Bucks County Coordinator
Offroad

Hatfield, PA

#2 Mar 3, 2013
buckstimebank wrote:
Introducing the:
"Time Bank of Bucks County"
Give & receive services for free and there is no cost to join!
You bank your time given and time that you've received services.
Log on to http://buckscounty.timebanks.org/ to sign up!
The "Time Bank of Bucks County" offers individuals and businesses the opportunity to reciprocate by sharing their expertise (whatever they can do - home cleaning, accounting, pet sitting) with someone else in the network to receive services (like dog walking, plumbers, electricians) for free.
This is legit and secure. This has just been launched and we need to enroll people with all different kinds of expertise. Help out the recruiting process by contacting your contacts with the URL site and print/send the brochure to people that you think might be interested.
The brochure:  https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-CPAiffh26Fb... . The more people we get to sign on, the better and more useful it will be.
This is an exciting concept and, in this economy, a needed one!
Time Bank of Bucks County Coordinator
This is bartering, and bartering is legal, but people should know the IRS says “you must include in gross income in the year of receipt the fair market value of goods and services received”.“Barter exchanges are required to file Form 1099-B”, so I hope you did that.
Revere

Gettysburg, PA

#4 Mar 3, 2013
Offroad wrote:
<quoted text>This is bartering, and bartering is legal, but people should know the IRS says “you must include in gross income in the year of receipt the fair market value of goods and services received”.“Barter exchanges are required to file Form 1099-B”, so I hope you did that.
YYou can stick your Government Bullshite up your Arse.
Aimee

Allentown, PA

#5 Mar 3, 2013
Revere/schloppy whatever.
A smart phone is only as smart as it's user. Go to bed & sleep it off.
Revere

Gettysburg, PA

#6 Mar 3, 2013
Aimee wrote:
Revere/schloppy whatever.
A smart phone is only as smart as it's user. Go to bed & sleep it off.
Go to church, Aimee. That's where idiots like you belong. If the church let you keep any of your money? Be sure to give it to Obama. Ever consider that two people could be posting from Gettysburg, Idiot? Think we don't know the IP would be the same? DuH!
Offroad

Hatfield, PA

#7 Mar 3, 2013
Revere wrote:
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YYou can stick your Government Bullshite up your Arse.
You might think paying taxes is Government BS, but I don't. You don't want to mess with the IRS.

Even though this system is fairer than most, the IRS still considers it barter. You and your neighbor might exchange work with no problem, but when you have a third party keeping records, the IRS can subpoena those records.
Revere

Staten Island, NY

#8 Mar 3, 2013
Offroad wrote:
<quoted text>You might think paying taxes is Government BS, but I don't. You don't want to mess with the IRS.

Even though this system is fairer than most, the IRS still considers it barter. You and your neighbor might exchange work with no problem, but when you have a third party keeping records, the IRS can subpoena those records.
ShiteHeads like you are a big problem. When I see the Government do anything worthwhile with my hard earned wages? Well, that won't happen. Do I need to fill out a form to take my morning Obama?
Offroad

Hatfield, PA

#9 Mar 3, 2013
Revere wrote:
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ShiteHeads like you are a big problem. When I see the Government do anything worthwhile with my hard earned wages? Well, that won't happen. Do I need to fill out a form to take my morning Obama?
You obviously have mental health and/or anger management issues, but I certainly appreciate you vain attempt at coherency.
Revere

Gettysburg, PA

#10 Mar 3, 2013
Offroad wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously have mental health and/or anger management issues, but I certainly appreciate you vain attempt at coherency.
You obviously are attempting to deflect from the point of this thread. No Dice. My neighbor can wash my car and I can mow his lawn and we will not tell the Govt. about it. It's our business. Not your's, not the Governments. You Commie Shitehead.
Offroad

Hatfield, PA

#11 Mar 3, 2013
Julie, The operative word here is "intent". You can give a gift to someone, and they can give you something in return as appreciation, and that's not taxable. If you give a gift to someone in exchange for another gift, both gifts are taxable.
Revere

Gettysburg, PA

#12 Mar 3, 2013
Offroad wrote:
Julie, The operative word here is "intent". You can give a gift to someone, and they can give you something in return as appreciation, and that's not taxable. If you give a gift to someone in exchange for another gift, both gifts are taxable.
Not in my World. Also, the two scenarios that you just described? They are one and the same. Samantics. nothing but Samantics. Your idea of a socialist, communistic, fascist society will not include me. Tell your buddy Obama I said that. Maybe I can tell him when he tries to take my guns.
Joe

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Mar 3, 2013
Through bartering it appears someone could set themselves and others up for tax evasion.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#14 Mar 3, 2013
Joe wrote:
Through bartering it appears someone could set themselves and others up for tax evasion.
You wouldn't want to deprive the govt of a chance to grab other peoples' money would you?
Joe

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Mar 3, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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You wouldn't want to deprive the govt of a chance to grab other peoples' money would you?
First, tax revenue is public money that is used for the common good. Second, consumers need to be aware that bartering must follow IRS guidelines.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#16 Mar 3, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>First, tax revenue is public money that is used for the common good. Second, consumers need to be aware that bartering must follow IRS guidelines.
Right, how much federal income tax do you cough up?
Joe

Brooklyn, NY

#17 Mar 3, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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Right, how much federal income tax do you cough up?
Because my income is low I receive an EITC. If the Republican-controlled House would stop being obstructionists and allow a fair economy to grow, I could use my intellect garnered from a college education to secure employment that sustains a middle-class lifestyle and pay more taxes. It's a win-win for everybody.
Revere

Wilmington, DE

#20 Mar 3, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>Because my income is low I receive an EITC. If the Republican-controlled House would stop being obstructionists and allow a fair economy to grow, I could use my intellect garnered from a college education to secure employment that sustains a middle-class lifestyle and pay more taxes. It's a win-win for everybody.
So you're an unemployed Idiot who thinks he's gonna make it living off of my back. That's not going to happen.
Haha

Quakertown, PA

#21 Mar 3, 2013
Joe wrote:
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Because my income is low I receive an EITC. If the Republican-controlled House would stop being obstructionists and allow a fair economy to grow, I could use my intellect garnered from a college education to secure employment that sustains a middle-class lifestyle and pay more taxes. It's a win-win for everybody.
Intellect? ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!

Get out of your daddy's basement, Kline and get a job, you elitist snob! "I have a college degree. How dare I lower myself to work a minimum wage job!"

Brian, you crack me up!
Megan

Lansdale, PA

#22 Mar 3, 2013
Aimee wrote:
Revere/schloppy whatever.
A smart phone is only as smart as it's user. Go to bed & sleep it off.
We're all the same person? You are one dumb bible thumper!
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#23 Mar 3, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>Because my income is low I receive an EITC. If the Republican-controlled House would stop being obstructionists and allow a fair economy to grow, I could use my intellect garnered from a college education to secure employment that sustains a middle-class lifestyle and pay more taxes. It's a win-win for everybody.
I see. EITC is negative income tax. In your case, the "common good" is the common drone.

Here's a flash: The reason you don't have a job is not the fault of Republicans or anybody else but YOU and your lack of ambition, skill, or attitude. Nobody owes you anything, especially those whose hard work pays for your sorry ass.

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