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                DONALD TRUMP           









             Have you seen the news on CNN ?
It’s crazy how peo­ple are just now see­ing this guy for who he is. I per­son­al­ly believe he came in to run for office with an agen­da. Trump is a busi­ness man. I solute him 100 per­cent on his busi­ness mind­set. I am a firm believ­er mon­ey is the root of all evil and Trumps motive is mon­ey.
     The way he respond­ed to ques­tions in the media, his mind­less out­burst to jour­nal­ist was no way shape or form how any real human con­duct them­selves after the age of three. 
     Trump’s polit­i­cal posi­tions, and his descrip­tions of his beliefs, let’s just say change more often then I do before leav­ing the house. He has shown to be so much of a con­tra­dic­tion through out his elec­tion cam­paigns as well as in office. 
TRUMP GOES TO THE MIDDLE EAST TO STRIKE A DEAL. As I scratch the hell out of my head, think­ing wasn’t he say­ing he has evi­dence they were behind 9/11. This man is crazy and all over the place.He is  pop­ulist author­i­tar­i­an big­ot he favors the  for­tu­nate yes I mean the rich and he believes his is , so to speak life and every­one is below him. 
       He is caus­ing a tan­gled web ques­tions about the for­eign pol­i­cy of the Unit­ed States—about its exter­nal pur­pos­es, its inter­nal cohe­sion, and then wants to know its chances of suc­cess some­thing we don’t know or can be answered right off the back. . Yet to under­stand a moment as strange as this, we need to untan­gle what has hap­pened before it’s to late. 
     Angela Merkel Is con­fused as hell right now why he would be the only per­son not sup­port­ing the Paris cli­mate treaty. Which sup­pos­ed­ly he is sup­pose to with­draw hmm I won­der why. Noth­ing to do with the envi­ron­ment but I’m sure that look what he did for Amer­i­ca smh.   
   Just like I tell my chil­dren and every­one else 
PEOPLE AREN’T AGAINST YOU JUST FOR THEMSELVES .




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Income Tax & Why You Must Pay

 

  Here I can break it down for you, not using Tax vocab­u­lary so your still con­fused after you have read the whole post and still don’t get it, or feel I wast­ed 5 min­utes of your life. I know a lot of peo­ple don’t get why they have to work so hard and have so much tak­en out , I hear it a lot. I also hear all the rea­son why we shouldn’t have to pay tax­es such as THE GOVERNMENT CAN’T BE TRUSTED WITH OUR MONEY. I can only say in my opin­ion that’s fair to say. I  yes I, have been dri­ving this high­way 12 every week­end to go pick up my kids, and ill say two years lat­er am I see­ing THE ROAD (because that is what the mon­ey is spent on ) hav­ing a slight change to it not fixed, just a slight change to it. Peo­ple don’t see where the mon­ey has went or is going there­fore we are con­fused. Well back to why you have to pay before I get off top­ic.
     The Unit­ed States have a job to do and that’s to pay for School, Roads, Mil­i­tary, Hos­pi­tals those Nation­al parks that are almost non-exis­tent BEAUTIFUL as ever. In order for the Unit­ed States to pay for those things the gov­ern­ment has to have us the peo­ple, as well as com­pa­nies give them a per­cent­age of the income that they receive. Its like the invis­i­ble agree­ment you made with some­one when you turned of age and start­ed work­ing.
  Due to it being a per­cent­age of your income that is tak­en out, that’s why peo­ple with a high­er income has more tak­en out and prob­a­bly com­plain a lit­tle more then the peo­ple with less income. THE PERCENTAGE OF YOUR INCOME YOU GIVE TO THE GOVERNMENT IS CALLED INCOME TAX. Which is used to buy the things we need.
   When we don’t need a lot or a lot of that mon­ey wasn’t spent we get more tax breaks or cuts. Vice ver­sa when they go over bud­get we get high­er tax­es to pay.
     Now your prob­a­bly won­der­ing who is respon­si­ble for all this? In case you slept in His­to­ry class the Con­gress and Pres­i­dent are respon­si­ble for mak­ing, writ­ing, and approv­ing these tax laws. Sounds like a piece of cake when you write it and approve almost like mak­ing your own test and grad­ing it.Inter­nal Rev­enue Ser­vice (irs) has the job of enforc­ing the law and make sure peo­ple are com­ply­ing with these laws. Issu­ing your tax refund, pro­cess­ing your tax refund and look­ing over them which I believe then they hand it over to the Trea­sury. The Trea­sury has the fun of pay­ing gov­ern­ment expens­es. When you owe gov­ern­ment things such as stu­dent loans, park­ing tick­ets , and you don’t receive all or a por­tion of your state refund that’s prob­a­bly where it went and who grabbed it from you.
   Hope­ful­ly you all have a bet­ter under­stand­ing of the whole income tax and why its tak­en out, spe­cial­ly the peo­ple who are going to be or who has just  filed tax­es for the first time.Congrats!
           
             

Top 7 useful Tax Telephone numbers

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      I know we all hate being on hold for for­ev­er, at least i do. I hate wait­ing for­ev­er and then some way some how i get dis­con­nect­ed. I seri­ous­ly hate it when im talk­ing to a rep­re­sen­ta­tive and then i get dis­con­nects. Not just with the IRS in  gen­er­al. I hate when they don’t call back yet you had to do all of that ver­i­fy­ing iden­ti­ty before you could tell them why u were call­ing. Mov­ing along i hope these num­bers get you to a live per­son soon­er then lat­er or in my world before my phone dies . 

Refund Hot­line
(800) 829‑1954

Tele­Tax
(800) 829–447

Talk To a Live Per­son
(800) 829‑0582 Ext. 652

 Tax Help Line(800) 829‑1040  l for human? press 1 for Eng­lish, then 0, 0 again
    FMS Trea­sury Off­set Pro­gram Refund Off­sets to oth­er debts 800–304-310
     Health Cov­er­age Tax Cred­it 866–628-4282
    Refund Hot­line (Need SSN, fil­ing status,amount ) 800–829-4477 or 
    on-line Refund Infor­ma­tion (use Tele­tax FIRST ) 800–829-1954 
    Trea­sury Off­set Pro­gram refund off­sets to oth­er debts 800–304-3107

    Is Your Blog Taxable

           



    If you are a paid blog­ger, and made over 400 dol­lars of income you have to report it on your tax­es? Yes that is cor­rect. That’s not just a blog­ger, a babysit­ter, hair­dress­er, self con­trac­tor. A self con­trac­tor or free­lance your basi­cal­ly self employed you are giv­en a 1099 MISC at the end of the year.  When giv­en a 1099 MISC (mis­cel­la­neous) you have no tax­es tak­en out.


    😠 Yes I know dis­heart­en­ing to most. Your think­ing you didn’t have enough tax­es tak­en out, you are going to owe, and your are being self employ­ment tax. What ever it is you do for work more then like­ly you have some kind of expens­es. lets take a blog­ger for exam­ple, here are some expens­es for you to claim

    Blog­ger fees
    •  domain sub­scrip­tion
    • blog main­te­nance
    • the new mouse you bought because you are always click­ing away,
    • the new lap­top you have because it is used for work,
    • A por­tion of your home
    • host­ing fees
    • sup­plies
    • inter­net
    • meet­ings
           Those are some of the things that can be claimed for expens­es. If you want to know more about the income por­tion it will be anoth­er blog for that. Find out if those gifts received, from oth­er peo­ple for ser­vices count as some­thing con­sid­ered as income.
          Anoth­er thing I would sug­gest would be a log it comes in handy when you need to know how much you paid out and how much income came in. KEEP RECEIPTS  IRS may ask for these to ver­i­fy and see how you con­struct­ed these num­bers.
         Any ques­tions you can email me. Also don’t for­get to sub­scribe and or share the infor­ma­tion. If there is any infor­ma­tion you feel is help­ful to oth­er peo­ple leave in the com­ments. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

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