Taxed out of relationships or marriage. “should be $ 400,000 before filing for IRS” i1040 for year 1913 at the bottom of site, scroll down to bottom.
Only the rich paid money on above $ 400,000 in those days.
[Figure it any way you want. Hourly paid workers, should not be paying IRS taxes. Today.]
IRS Form i1040 for year 1913 at the bottom of site, scroll down to bottom.
Cost of houses back in 1913, Less than today IRS deduction for a person on minimum wage
Workers made 16 cents in those days
Workers make $ 16 dollars today.
Taking the ordinary deduction of $ 4000 Or not paying any income taxes, only the rich paid taxes, in 1913 Husband Wife (They could afford to get married, they did not have to pay income tax, so it passed as legislation) and, 1913 $ 4000 is equal $ 400,000 today. Low wage person was making, a lot less than (16 cents per hour) 7.50 a week. $ 390 a year. Your great great grandfather did not pay income tax. Now you have to pay it, No. Politicians just throw the money away, or to the lobbyist.
It creates the home less for males, forces people on welfare, the women’s need to have children creates single women with children welfare.
(They take your income tax return money, The money you don’t get when you get paid for the hours worked. You should get the whole amount of hours worked, all of it.) If you make over 0,000 then you start paying taxes.
i1040 year 1913 Instructions #19,
19. An unmarried individual or a married individual not living with wife or husband shall be allowed an exemption of $ 3,000. When husband and wife live together they shall be allowed jointly a total exemption of only $ 4,000 on their aggregate income. They may make a joint return, both subscribing thereto, or if they have separate incomes, they may make separate returns; but in no case shall they jointly claim more than ,000 exemption on their aggregate income.
A stamp cost two cents (1913) so lets do the relationships of .02 cents to .49 cents with 4000 dollars (1913) with present day cost of a stamp as .49 cents. (answer) is $ 98,000. People under 98,000 are tax slaves. I get the word slaves from simple Plato’s words. (He’s not that hard to read, don’t let them fool you.) What an answer ,000 dollars. The bull shit of raising minimum wage is that, bull shit. Raise the “exemption of only ,000 on their aggregate income.” (from above) to $ 98,000, MAGIC, the people can afford marriage. Those people at that wage level (minimum wage)are force to cheat to get their own money back. The people who don’t cheat end up homeless.
Those minimum wagers recognize very quickly they are force out of relationships. The minimum wagers are supporting the United Nations, Public Television, instead of their own children, they support people who loathe (hate) them instead.
Unforeseen, 90 percent (your payments) goes to Insurance Companies (Obama Investors ) 10 percent to doctors and hospitals.
The client can’t afford to go the doctors office. Record low check ups. Doctor’s office laying off like crazy. About 50 percent or more.
Huge profits reported Friday 16, Oct. 2015 on Obama Care Stocks, dividends. Maybe covered the stock costs. Lobbyist get rich, your children get poor.
This was called: Baystate Health layoffs: Health care system
Tomorrow’s news today.
rn Baystate Health layoffs: Health care system says it needs surplus to reinvestrn SPRINGFIELD — Prior to the layoffs announced Thursday, Baystate Health was on a pace to earn million in operating margin for the fiscal year that ends Sept. 30.rnrnThat would have been million less than the million called for in Baystate’s budget projections, said spokesman Ben Craft. As a nonprofit, Baystate reinvests the surplus in capital expenses like buildings and equipment as well as in programs.rnrnOverall, Baystate has a billion-a-year budget.rnrnBaystate Health has a total of 11,500 employees at Baystate Medical Center, Baystate Mary Lane in Ware, Baystate Franklin in Greenfield, Baystate Wing in Palmer and other assorted operations. Of those, 6,100 work at the flagship Baystate Medical Center in Springfield.rnrnThis makes Baystate the region’s largest employer, according to the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (pdf). The next largest employer, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has roughly 7,900 employees.rnrnThe Baystate layoffs include 24 employees who will be out in 30 days. Baystate also plans to cut hours for another 17 workers and not fill 45 open positions.rnrnThe jobs are all based in Springfield and almost entirely at the flagship Baystate Medical Center. The eliminated jobs do not include bedside nurses nor do they include doctors. The jobs do include clinical support and administrative jobs and 10 management positions, Craft said.rnrnInterviewed via email on Thursday, Craft said he hesitates to draw a connection between the layoffs and the federal Affordable Care Act now changing nearly every aspect of health care. Baystate agrees with the ACA’s goal that everyone deserves access to health care and to health insurance, Craft said.rnrnHe wrote:rnrn”I think the fairest attributions for today’s news are first, our overall imperative to transition from volume to value — striving to deliver the highest value in care; that’s high-quality care, with high efficiency, rather than the sheer volume of care. That means looking at processes and resources and often adjusting them, and it means managing costs.”rnrnMedicaid also costs Baystate about million a year. Baystate’s one of the largest providers of Medicaid services in the state but is compensated only 70 to 80 cents on the dollar by Medicaid.rnrnMedicaid is a federal and state program providing health care to those with low incomes.rn
Average Car In 1940 Cost Was way Less Than 0 dollars. Today $ 31,252.
[Figure it any way you want. Hourly workers should not be paying IRS taxes.]
(Shows the relationship 1913, and the now 2015) about 100 years ago. Proving that $ 4,000 deduction should be $ 400,000)
Using the average car cost $ 31,252 and the ,000 deduction on a internal revenue form 1040 (2014), the ratio answers the deduction of $ 4,000 should be $ 400,000.00. Working people are tax slaves.
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The thieves get together, discuss how (IRS) Lois Lerner will chase down deadbeats.
Mega-Billionaire Warren Buffett is awfully savvy, the most successful investor of all time. He has become a strangely hybrid cult figure. A kind of public sage, he is a bellwether of what we all should do. In the language of the 1960s, Mr. Buffett is part of the establishment.
IRS defends paying refunds to illegals who never filed taxes
The IRS is defending its decision to let illegal immigrants claim up to three years’ refunds on income even if they never paid income taxes, telling Congress in a new letter last week that agency lawyers have concluded getting a Social Security number triggers the ability to go back and ask for previous refunds.
If Donald Trump were Tom Brady, he’d “sue the hell” out of the NFL over allegations stemming from the Deflategate scandal.
For the third time in less than a week, Trump went on a social media tirade in defense of the star quarterback.
On Monday night, after league officials announced that Brady would be suspended for four games next season for his alleged knowledge that team officials let air out of game-day footballs, Trump balked at the claims.