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LSU7096
LSU Fan
Houston
Member since May 2004
522 posts

re: For a single mom, making $29k is better than making $69k


American welfare is sickening........ We pay for lazy a$$sholes bastard children while they take it easy.

Too bad women don't have enough respect for themselves not to become baby factories for government money..

Time for sterilization of the irresponsible masses



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NastyTiger
UConn Fan
Hammond/Baton Rouge/Lafayette
Member since Jun 2005
9150 posts

re: For a single mom, making $29k is better than making $69k


Drug testing recipients would fatten our wallets.





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DevilDogTiger
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Nov 2007
2560 posts

re: For a single mom, making $29k is better than making $69k


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dinosaur
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2007
596 posts

re: For a single mom, making $29k is better than making $69k


If you really want to get angry, understand that some people lie about income, not in the way most of you think (hiding income), but in making up income in order to qualify for earned income credit. You get more of the refundable credit than the tax on 10k. So claim you are a paid babysitter making 10k a year, and claim a couple of kids (not necessarily yours) and instant government check. I know of no IRS program to verify that people actually earn these lower income levels that they claim. Selling children for dependents is also common. Supposedly runs at from $300 to $500 a child, payable whenthe tax credit check comes in. And finally, yes, it is not limited to any race. I have a nephew who has done this for years. That is just some of common tax scams. Nothing to do with AFDC, food stamps, medical cards, etc. To fix our system we have to make it less attractive to not work or much more attractive to actually work. Why make minimum wage when you can just get a check?





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lsu13lsu
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2008
1863 posts

re: For a single mom, making $29k is better than making $69k


quote:

If you really want to get angry, understand that some people lie about income, not in the way most of you think (hiding income), but in making up income in order to qualify for earned income credit. You get more of the refundable credit than the tax on 10k. So claim you are a paid babysitter making 10k a year, and claim a couple of kids (not necessarily yours) and instant government check.


You lie. Only rich people game the system.






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