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    Question NEW YORK dept. : escape from new york . . . uggh , . . new york taxes ? ? ?

    CAN NEW YORK DEPEND ON A “MILLIONAIRE’S TAX” TO SOLVE THE BUDGET CRISIS ?

    > http://pfnyc.org/reports/2011-Personal-Income-Tax.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelly View Post
    CAN NEW YORK DEPEND ON A “MILLIONAIRE’S TAX” TO SOLVE THE BUDGET CRISIS ?

    > http://pfnyc.org/reports/2011-Personal-Income-Tax.pdf
    Millionaires tax???? What they are gonna tax cop/teacher pensions in excess of 50K?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Millionaires tax???? What they are gonna tax cop/teacher pensions in excess of 50K?
    ....and there is the budget back breaker right there.........

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    They could just impose a flat tax for everyone, that way everybody pays their fair share without being propped up by loopholes that CPAs can exploit. Just sayin'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    They could just impose a flat tax for everyone, that way everybody pays their fair share without being propped up by loopholes that CPAs can exploit. Just sayin'...
    I happen to agree with that!

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    No one lives in NY. It's virtually deserted. No one around. Commutes of only 30 seconds or so. No lines anywhere.

    Go.

    Back.

    To.

    Denmark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    They could just impose a flat tax for everyone, that way everybody pays their fair share without being propped up by loopholes that CPAs can exploit. Just sayin'...
    fyi ,
    re flat tax :

    > http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com...nomic-address/







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