Here's What's in the Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
- 4Jan 9, '13 by Joe V AdminIn this new White House White Board, Brian Deese, the Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, explains what the new agreement to extend tax cuts for the middle class means for the economy and how it met President Obama's key economic priorities.
- 3Jan 9, '13 by CrufflerJJQuote from Joe VYes, a nicely spun broadcast from the Department of "Making Those Without" believe that they are of value, and DESERVE to receive from Those With.In this new White House White Board, Brian Deese, the Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, explains what the new agreement to extend tax cuts for the middle class means for the economy and how it met President Obama's key economic priorities.
I find it interesting that the White House dared to use the word "permanent" or "permanently", related to tax changes. As if there were such a thing. Of course, it's permanent...until it changes. Poor little sheeple...believe what you're told by Big Brother.
"This agreement doesn't cut Social Security benefits, Medicare, or Medicaid. That's because the President stood strong against reducing our deficit on the backs of Seniors, students, the poor, and working families." How freakin' precious. So good to hear that the President failed to face up to the realities of overspending (here at home, and in foreign lands), given fiscal reality. Vote for him!
Pitiful, yet expected.
- 0Jan 9, '13 by brandy1017I read that the mortgage deduction remains unchanged, also you can still deduct PMI for another year at least and they have given another year of tax forgiveness for those whose mortgage loan is forgiven either thru foreclosure, bankruptcy or short sale. Otherwise you'd have to pay taxes on the amount of the unpaid loan.
- 4Jan 10, '13 by BostonTerrierLoverRNI am just tired of worrying over "Government Manufactured Crisis" like the Fiscal Cliff, and waiting to see if our tax rates will go up(no matter if its a Dem or Rep) behind it.
I just have so little faith in the Grown Educated men so out of touch with common American worries in Congress.I really believe Globalization is the beginning birth pains if the End. I also believe as Lincoln said, "A House Divided Cannot Stand." I've been hit with enough ceiling tiles to start believing that as a prophecyLast edit by BostonTerrierLoverRN on Jan 10, '13
- 1Jan 10, '13 by CrufflerJJQuote from VivaLasViejasUmmm....by ensuring the long term viability of Social Security, for our most fragile members of society - the elderly.Social Security tax ^ = smaller paycheck. And that's supposed to help the lower- and middle-class taxpayer......how?
Yeah, that's it! Help the elderly.
Not to mention, provide added dollars to be borrowed to reduce the apparent National Debt ($2.72 Trillion, according to Who Owns Most of the US National Debt ).
- 0Jan 10, '13 by NutmeggeRNIf you can get that rate, I am currently underwater at 6.25.....fortunatly I am able to make my payment and will continue to do so plus extra to pay down the pricniple and will refi when it makes sense.
This time I won't take any extra money out....oh well, live and learn......