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Jase

Post your effective Tax Rate, if you dare.

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We can all agree this isn't one of your best trolls, correct?

You underestimate his ability to understand.

Wait for a copy and pasted opinion to retort.

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Jase, how the hell did you get to 5%? You must be that guy that goes to his accountant with 5 shoe boxes of receipts.

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2 young kids

wife makes just enough to make daycare worth it.

getting f*cked in the ass by my wife's student loan interest

Paying a relatively young mortgage.

Mostly.

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those in nc. have you seen your taxes jump? by like alot? mine doubled and nothing has really changed. maybe i shouldn't be doing my taxes while watching Duke vs Carolina....

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those in nc. have you seen your taxes jump? by like alot? mine doubled and nothing has really changed. maybe i shouldn't be doing my taxes while watching Duke vs Carolina....

No, no, no....it's only the rich that are going to be taxed more...duh.

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No, no, no....it's only the rich that are going to be taxed more...duh.

Pstall is rich. :)

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Mines based mostly off being a sales manager at a large dealership.... Jan-nov.

Made 123k Gross....

27% tax rate.

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Havent done this year's yet but for 2012

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Effective federal rate: 16.2%

I made about 25% more this year, though (but have 8 months of mortgage interest to claim now). We'll see

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Mines based mostly off being a sales manager at a large dealership.... Jan-nov.

Made 123k Gross....

27% tax rate.

Bet you are dividing the tax by taxable income...not gross income. Because if you are paying 27% of your gross pay in just Federal taxes, you are likely doing something wrong.

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