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carbola
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Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt



RockyMtnTigerWDE
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Tigah in the ATL
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
I wonder how much of "Energy" is nuclear weapons.

And why vets benefits isn't part of "military."


Iona Fan Man
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vets benefits


why should they get any?
who else gets life long benefits for only doing a job for 4 years?

patriot or leech...whats the better definition?


DumpsterFire
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
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Kashonly


You are trying too hard.


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Wally Sparks
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SquirrelyBama
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
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Kashonly




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udtiger
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I overpaid...like a mothefricker.


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TigerTattle
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
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Thought it was interesting enough to share
Thanks. It is.

Pulled it up and here's a semi-breakdown of the figures. LINK

For instance, the receipt doesn't include payroll taxes for Medicare/SS.


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RockyMtnTigerWDE
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
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Kashonly


Not that you care, but when I see your name on a thread or a post, I just ignore or pass over. You really bring little and try so very hard to stir the pot. Temper the attention whoring a lil bruh.


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brick
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
starving the system, is a duty.


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Scruffy
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
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Posted by Kashonly
You really do try WAY too hard.


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Wolfhound45
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who else gets life long benefits for only doing a job for 4 years?


You have absolutely no clue what you are talking about. None.


Iona Fan Man
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who else gets life long benefits for only doing a job for 4 years?


You have absolutely no clue what you are talking about. None.



you are right...I guessed min would be 4 years

quote:

Length of Service
Prior to September 8, 1980, there was no minimum length of service necessary to be considered a
veteran for most VA benefits
. However, for an individual who enlisted after September 8, 1980,
there are now certain minimum length of service requirements. The general requirement is either
24 months of continuous active duty or the “full period” for which the servicemember was called
or ordered to active duty



so jackassssssssss...how long is normal active duty?

quote:

In the Army, you may sign up for anywhere between two and five years of active duty

The U.S. Navy will allow people to enlist for two years of active duty. You must also commit to two to four years of active drilling reserves.

The U.S. Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard require a minimum active duty enlistment sign-up of four years


no clue? pretty damn good guess.


CofC
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt


You still have no idea what you're talking about you dumb shite.

Let me direct you here LINK

Or for retirement benefits which is more likely what you're thinking of try here LINK


Iona Fan Man
Iona Fan
Member since Jan 2006
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re: Average Taxpayer's Tax Receipt
quote:

You still have no idea what you're talking about you dumb shite.

Let me direct you here LINK

Or for retirement benefits which is more likely what you're thinking of try here LINK



where did I say that I meant full pension at 4 years?

read what I posted again, I will highlight it for you:

quote:

Prior to September 8, 1980, there was no minimum length of service necessary to be considered a
veteran for most VA benefits. However, for an individual who enlisted after September 8, 1980,
there are now certain minimum length of service requirements. The general requirement is either
24 months of continuous active duty or the “full period” for which the service member was called
or ordered to active duty


home loans,health insurance,life insurance, education, job placement...etc,etc,etc

cut the parachute strings


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