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Thread: New York Times Accuses FedEx Of Not Paying Taxes. FedEx’s Response Is Priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davy Crockett View Post
    Green Man, are you saying there was something illegal or wrong with Fedex not paying taxes?

    It would be their duty to take all allowable deductions.

    Do you pay more than you have to?


    Like Soros complaining his secretary pays more in taxes then he does.

    I'm betting he takes all DEDUCTABLES he can.

    If you want to pay more in taxes don't take the Deductables.

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    I'm betting GREEMAN takes all the deductables he can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolfinoregon View Post
    Like Soros complaining his secretary pays more in taxes then he does.

    I'm betting he takes all DEDUCTABLES he can.

    If you want to pay more in taxes don't take the Deductables.


    Like everything else they do, this statement is a bald faced lie.

    Until anyone pays their taxes in that mythical currency called percent, he will ALWAYS pay far more than his Secretary.

    But idiots on the left will suck up the bilge water and regurgitate it on command.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolfinoregon View Post
    Like Soros complaining his secretary pays more in taxes then he does.

    I'm betting he takes all DEDUCTABLES he can.

    If you want to pay more in taxes don't take the Deductables.
    Nobody want's to pay more in taxes than the law requires. Well, there is a little-used line on the form for those who wish to do so....

    Lone Wolf, I think that you're thinking of Warren Buffett (the sage of Omaha.) Because the bulk of Buffett's income is derived from capital gains that are taxed at a low 20% rate while his secretary's earning are wages, wages are taxed at a higher rate than his.

    That is not to say that there are not good reasons to tax capital gains at a lower rate than the highest
    bracket. We want business owners to invest in their own companies, making them more valuable and productive rather than squandering corporate wealth on salaries.

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