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Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#19061 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
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I didn't say I had 23k withheld, I said I paid in excess of that. And you don't have to make 250 to owe that much, you and Barney need to learn how to calculate taxes or be sure that you pay someone to do it for you. You have to make a whole lot of money before you get to the top bracket, that is why it is called a progressive tax.
Let me see if I got this straight, the tax you said, "you paid in" is less than the tax on $250,000.00, yet you give the impression you are in the Tax Bracket of the 250K and over minority.
Old Army

Greenbrier, AR

#19062 Dec 6, 2012
Spliting hairs.
Old Army

Greenbrier, AR

#19063 Dec 6, 2012
Redd wrote:
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And here I suspected you were the one chewing my shit stained underwear, musta been your wife instead.
Nothing worse than grown men acting like juveniles.
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#19064 Dec 6, 2012
Old Army wrote:
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Nothing worse than grown men acting like juveniles.
True, but when in Oz?
sippy sippy

United States

#19065 Dec 6, 2012
Hey if you need gas money Phillip Carter might help you if he wants to buy your vote.
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19066 Dec 6, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
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If it was not "withheld" why did you break your estimated quarterly tax payments down to weekly payments.
the 23k was not withheld, around four hundred a week was, sadly at the end of the year instill owe taxes, not enough to be penalized but I do get to write a check. Do you understand taxes at all?
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19067 Dec 6, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
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Let me see if I got this straight, the tax you said, "you paid in" is less than the tax on $250,000.00, yet you give the impression you are in the Tax Bracket of the 250K and over minority.
I have never hinted that my family income is over 250k, you don't have to make that much to owe 23k in taxes. You need to get one of the tax simplification books and try to understand some of this. But then you hint that you have larger tax liabilities than I do so you already know all this and you still think it is a fair system.
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19068 Dec 6, 2012
This should simplify it Barney, if not show to neighbor's child, unless the restraining order has not been rescinded.

10% on taxable income from $0 to $8,700, plus
15% on taxable income over $8,700 to $35,350, plus
25% on taxable income over $35,350 to $71,350, plus
28% on taxable income over $71,350 to $108,725, plus
33% on taxable income over $108,725 to $194,175, plus
35% on taxable income over $194,175.
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19069 Dec 6, 2012
That is not a very good table, I won't blame Barney if he doesn't comprehend this one.
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#19071 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
Yep, I think we had you two figured right all along, what most of us find to be disgusting you two discus with glee. Says a lot about you, but then everyone says a lot about you, thanks for reinforcing it. I just can't be that liberal, will stick to my conservative values, you two continue your practice of scatology, even fantasize about getting others to join in, just don't expect us to actually do it, you have your fantasy world, we inhabit the real one.
BarneyIII wrote:
This should simplify it Barney, if not show to neighbor's child, unless the restraining order has not been rescinded.
Yep, still sticking to those conservative values I see.... but only when it serves your purpose.

Says a lot about you, but then everyone says a lot about you, thanks for reinforcing it.
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19072 Dec 6, 2012
Redd wrote:
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Yep, still sticking to those conservative values I see.... but only when it serves your purpose.
Says a lot about you, but then everyone says a lot about you, thanks for reinforcing it.
When am I not living up to my values? If your going to make inflammatory statements, speak well enough where a person would have some indication of what you are talking about. If you and Barney enjoy licking each others underwear, I won't judge you, I don't understand it, but there is a lot about your lifestyle that I don't understand, but I don't condemn it. I am glad you two found each other.
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#19073 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
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When am I not living up to my values? If your going to make inflammatory statements, speak well enough where a person would have some indication of what you are talking about. If you and Barney enjoy licking each others underwear, I won't judge you, I don't understand it, but there is a lot about your lifestyle that I don't understand, but I don't condemn it. I am glad you two found each other.
It's understandable that you're unable to comprehend, most of my post were your words.

What I don't understand, if you're so successful (and obviously self-important), why haven't you advanced beyond a ninth grade ability to reply intelligently to about every post you've ever made within this whole frickin' 18,250+ post thread?
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19074 Dec 6, 2012
Redd wrote:
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It's understandable that you're unable to comprehend, most of my post were your words.
What I don't understand, if you're so successful (and obviously self-important), why haven't you advanced beyond a ninth grade ability to reply intelligently to about every post you've ever made within this whole frickin' 18,250+ post thread?
I have asked for examples to backup your accusations you just keep rambling. You and Barney are kind of like Beavis and Butthead, you each find humor in each other but no one takes you seriously. I have never claimed to be overly successful but evidently I am doing better than you. You and Barney have problems with anyone with ethics or values. Talk to Barney's shift leader, you might learn something.
Reality Check

Conway, AR

#19075 Dec 6, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text>lol oh really ? do you reallly think that our tax rate for millionaires is going to go up that high?... and is the UK's economy and imports close in scale to the united states? i think not... and where did those other 10,000 millionairs go because at the end of 2011 " There are now more than 10,000 multimillionaires in the UK, with a combined wealth of over one trillion US dollars. 4,220 live in London - more than can be found in the whole of France. Aberdeen; however, has the highest rate of multimillionaires per 100,000 people, beating London into second place" so where did you get your "facts"? lol what a joke... and let me tell you that in a heartbeat .. if all major companies wanted to move corporate headquarters overseas and avoid paying US taxes that run and govern this country .. the american populous would disown and by something else.. if your way of reasoning was so logically sound then whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy are corporations till based here in the US? tell me that? you still have yet to answer that question.... because of the simple truths i told you before ... we are the world leading economy, superpower, world influencer, and peacekeeper.. no other country can touch us or our wealth .. when taxe go up and when loopeholes and deductions for millionaires are taken off the tables and overseas tax breaks are taken off the table and US insourcing is put in it's place then guess what??!!! those companies are still gonna be based here in the US and are gonna deal with and comply to and with the US government .. count how many companies leave when a deal is reached.. and instead of talking about what YOU may think is going on why don't you talk about what is REALLY going on instead of providing false scenarios with unrealistic outcomes and trynig to defend from a "strong" position when in all reality all you said could and would never ever happen.
First off, all you need to do is google millionaires leaving the UK and there are several articles covering this so TIFWIW. Second, I never said that companies were moving corporate headquarters overseas, I said they were moving manufacturing overseas thus the ananlogy of consumer decisions to buy cheaper instead of American made. I own a retail store so I am pretty familiar with customer's buying habits and I do keep up with why companies do what they do in relation to consumer's purchasing habbits. What qualifies you? I would like to know. Just like I would still like to know what makes you a tax professional. Your argument that no other nation can touch our wealth is horribly wrong. Look at what China is doing to their currency in relation to how much we owe them and you should be able to figure out that we are on the edge of disaster. Do you always add or change words in a conversation to make it say what you want so you can make your counter argument? Things would go a lot smoother if you responded to what I actually said.
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#19076 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
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I have asked for examples to backup your accusations you just keep rambling. You and Barney are kind of like Beavis and Butthead, you each find humor in each other but no one takes you seriously. I have never claimed to be overly successful but evidently I am doing better than you. You and Barney have problems with anyone with ethics or values. Talk to Barney's shift leader, you might learn something.
You routinely completely miss or comprehend the childish simplicity that surrounds your every post. That's apparently not your fault, you work with what you've got.

It's my fault for not recognizing this earlier.
BarneyIII

Jonesboro, AR

#19078 Dec 6, 2012
Redd wrote:
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You routinely completely miss or comprehend the childish simplicity that surrounds your every post. That's apparently not your fault, you work with what you've got.
It's my fault for not recognizing this earlier.
You need to be specific, you're obviously not real bright, but assuming you have some high school, you should be able to state your thoughts in such a way that someone would know precisely what you are talking about. You are like a third grader in your accusations and name calling, tell us what you actually mean, ask someone to help you, we won't count off for spelling, grammar or incomplete sentences, just present a logical case.
Reality Check

Conway, AR

#19079 Dec 6, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text>400 dollars a week in federal income tax alone eh?.. lol and then you combine you and your wife! lol what a joke.... and noone said you should pay more moron .. do you make over 250k a year? no i do not think so so therefore you are not going to pay more so get that nonsense out of that thick head of yours... sounds like more fear mongoring and pandering comming from a paranoid republican who thinks everyone is after them.
You really think that raising taxes on those who make $250K per year won't have ANY effect on those in the tax brackets who's taxes won't be affected at all? Many of the "evil" wealthy in this country who make $250K or more are business owners that sell products. Here is the progression of a business owner when taxes are raised. 1st they see where they can cut current costs like cutting business practices that are not needed but are more of a perk for company employees. Then they will have to cut benefits like matching 401K's or healthcare. 2nd they will raise prices on the goods they make. 3rd they will cut the workforce in their company to try to do more with less. 4th they will cut quality to keep costs down. 5th they will have to raise prices again in order to keep up with the added tax burden. Usually, if a company reaches this point, customers are unwilling to pay the higher prices, gross revenues fall, and the company has to close. If a company has to raise prices on its goods to meet the higher tax burden, and the middle and lower class are the ones who buys those products, don't you think that the middle and lower classes will have their incomes not go as far? Raising taxes on the rich has and always will hurt the middle and lower class more than it does the rich that the tax is applied to. Taxes doesn't necessarily mean income taxes. It could be regulation costs or added expenses in bringing a company up to new standards set by government entities such as OSHA or the EPA or other costs like Obamacare. Either way, it is the same as a tax. Speaking of Obamacare, what happens if a lower or middle class individual works for a company that has less employees than is required to offer healthcare? Is that individual going to have to buy health insurance? If that person doesn't buy health insurance, won't there be a tax to pay? Wouldn't that be considered raising taxes on those making less than $250K per year?

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#19080 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
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I have never hinted that my family income is over 250k, you don't have to make that much to owe 23k in taxes. You need to get one of the tax simplification books and try to understand some of this. But then you hint that you have larger tax liabilities than I do so you already know all this and you still think it is a fair system.
No, what I said was, if you are so sure about the constant crap you spew, to put your money where your mouth is.

An you wanted no part of that.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#19081 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
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I have never hinted that my family income is over 250k, you don't have to make that much to owe 23k in taxes. You need to get one of the tax simplification books and try to understand some of this. But then you hint that you have larger tax liabilities than I do so you already know all this and you still think it is a fair system.
"I am paying in excess of four hundred a week in federal income tax and you think I should pay more ( we is my wife and I combined ). I do believe that you want to penalize me because I am willing to work, have chose to make intelligent life choices and have invested wisely." END QUOTE

Now I have to ask you Einstein, what the Hell is the big tax fight going on right now in D.C.?

Could it be over wanting to raise taxes on those that make over 250K a year?

And you say, QUOTE: you think I should pay more ( we is my wife and I combined ). I do believe that you want to penalize me

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And yet another,

QUOTE:I have never hinted that my family income is over 250k
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Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#19082 Dec 6, 2012
BarneyIII wrote:
<quoted text>the 23k was not withheld, around four hundred a week was, sadly at the end of the year instill owe taxes, not enough to be penalized but I do get to write a check. Do you understand taxes at all?
We saw that the first time you posted it genius,

Do you understand that at all?

#19047
"didn't say I had 23k withheld, I said I paid in excess of that"

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