at this point......i dont....yea im just not even gonna finish that thought.
Why does the phrase "closing the barn door after the horse gets out..." come to mind?
Hockeynut! wrote:Does anybody like Al Gore? I'm being totally serious.
Geezer wrote:Hockeynut! wrote:Does anybody like Al Gore? I'm being totally serious.
Hockeynut! wrote:Geezer wrote:Hockeynut! wrote:Does anybody like Al Gore? I'm being totally serious.
I really, really don't think so. No libs I know think Al's anything more than a punchline.
Hockeynut! wrote:Does anybody care about Al Gore? I'm being totally serious.
MWB wrote:Hockeynut! wrote:Does anybody care about Al Gore? I'm being totally super serial.
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:Welfare mothers make better lovers.
How does one have 15 children before the age of 37?
Factorial wrote:I love how the right is whining about the increase in taxes from the expiration of the payroll tax holiday when they were against the "holiday" to begin with.
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:I got my first paycheck of the year, and it was significantly lighter. I expected the SS withholding to go up, and it did, however my Federal tax withholding went up as well. Anyone else notice a change there so far? My salary is the same as it was in December...
I want to say that the feds lowered the withholding rate over the last couple years. Less money was being taken out of each paycheck, but the overall tax due was still the same. Maybe that also expired? Does anyone else remember this, or am I just imagining it?
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:I read elsewhere that in several months, those of us under 59 1/2 will be able to convert standard 401(k)s to Roth 401(k)s. This wasn't the case until this new fiscal cliff aversion bill. What it will allow us to do is pay tax on our retirement earnings now, instead of when we withdraw them when we retire. Useful for those of us with 25+ years 'til retirement: http://www.dailyfinance.com/2013/01/10/ ... 01k-bonus/
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