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Should parents of multiple children pay more in taxes instead of less?

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not to mention it over inflates the prices of the things it takes to raise a child

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i have no idea what brith is, but the guy probably got an A anyway

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unless you start making more money

I'm happy where I'm at.

 

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i have no idea what brith is, but the guy probably got an A anyway

brith (ˈbrɪt)

Judaism ritual circumcision of male babies, usually at eight days old, regarded as the formal entry of the child to the Jewish community

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/brith

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I'm happy where I'm at.

 

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According to the chart, if you get taxed 35% exactly, then you make $932,266.29

 

 

Congratulations

 

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According to the chart, if you get taxed 35% exactly, then you make $932,266.29

 

 

Congratulations

 

 

No where near that actually.

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No where near that actually.

 

I figured.  Actually I was thinking "he wasn't taking into account the lower brackets.  I wonder how much he would actually have to make to get taxed 35%?"

 

Then I voluntarily did algebra to figure out what it would be.

 

For fun.

 

(Nerd Alert)

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