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Old 02-23-2011, 06:54 AM   #1
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It's putting a crimp in my plan to add another work truck.....
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Take a positive look. If you owe too much it means you had a good year.


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Should have bought the truck and the added expense would have meant less taxes. One time write off that way thou.
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Im saving a grand for the new baby we had last year.... .
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Im saving a grand for the new baby we had last year.... .
have a few more, twins is a QUICK way to unexpectedly increase your returns...

$1,500 a piece, up to 3 chitlinz.

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But can you raise them for only $1500/yr @?
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But can you raise them for only $1500/yr @?
Nope, Thst's why I'm keeping my day job.

However $4,500 sure is a nice chunk of "walking around" money, and my Wife and I earn every penny of it.
Holding a sleeping deduction and posting right now.
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Nope, Thst's why I'm keeping my day job.

However $4,500 sure is a nice chunk of "walking around" money, and my Wife and I earn every penny of it.
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Yeah Wise, every little bit helps with the amount of kids you have. Surprised Homeland Security hasn't investigated you for starting a cult. LOL. (Watcha wanna bet everytime you type Homeland Security on the internet it sets off little bells and whistles somewhere? BB is on to you now.)
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Our new Weimaraner pup is 18 weeks old now....not sure if I'm going to make it through it's "puppy hood". I'd like to think it was easier raising and training my son. (No, now that I think about it, the puppy will probably be much easier....though they do share a lot in common with kids.)
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Yeah Wise, every little bit helps with the amount of kids you have. Surprised Homeland Security hasn't investigated you for starting a cult. LOL. (Watcha wanna bet everytime you type Homeland Security on the internet it sets off little bells and whistles somewhere? BB is on to you now.)

The reason I'm being watched has nuthin' to do with the offspring...



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You should of known that before the end of the year last year so you could of bought the truck in 2010.
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I had to buy a new family car first. That's done now, had some money left over but now uncle Sam gets it. Oh well, if I have another good year, I'll be good to go.
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