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MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?

TIA for your answers.


Vols&Shaft83
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
I don't live in LA, but I'm against all income taxes.


TDsngumbo
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
I'm against keeping it. I say do away with it and let me decide how much I pay determined by how much I buy.

I don't buy shite so I will barely pay


eng08
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Same, get rid of it. I'm one cheap sob.


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Teddy Ruxpin
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
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I don't live in LA, but I'm against all income taxes.



I agree.

Other states gave figured out survival without it why not LA?

Oh wait...
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LSURussian
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Do away with it and raise the state sales tax.


Fat Bastard
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
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Do away with it and raise the state sales tax.



agreed lsurussian@gmail.com


dustinm27
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
I'm for getting rid of income tax. I think it promotes better money management. Plus it's more money directly to my pocket and I have more control of how much I use
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jclem11
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
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I don't live in LA, but I'm against all income taxes.


Nawlens Gator
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
FL doesn't have income tax but their property tax is insane.

I worry the gov figure out a way to get even more tax money out of me if they change to another tax method.

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Hand
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
The rational thing for any person to do is minimize tax liability with legal and otherwise creative methods.

Increase the tax base. Remove the complexity, loopholes, the grey area, and the like. Pick up revenue from the cash businesses and the criminals.

The incentive to pay taxes will be built into consumerism. Ballers gonna ball and pay their fair share, and dregs gonna dreg and pay their fair share.

I'm for it.


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Vols&Shaft83
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
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I worry the gov figure out a way to get even more tax money out of me if they change to another tax method.



LA has the some of the lowest Property taxes in America. Florida's property tax isn't insane, it's in Average range, which is a good deal if you consider: No state income tax, VERY REASONABLE 6% sales tax (7.5% in certain counties) which excludes perishable food items (huge deal).

I recently did a cost of living comparison between where I live, VA BEACH, and where my family lives, Bradenton, Fl. I was shocked to find out my cost of living would be a whopping 25-27% lower in Bradenton.



Teddy Ruxpin
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Not to mention property taxes are entered voluntarily and you can choose how much you pay.


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Paul Allen
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
I'm for keeping it.


LSUtigerME
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Depending on how much it changes, I'm all for getting rid of it in favor of a sales tax. I think our sales tax is already pretty damn high though.


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Doc Fenton
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
I say do away with the state income tax.

P.S. -- The kfizzle85 Rule says you're on the wrong board.


Zach
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Against income tax. Replace it with sales tax.


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LSURussian
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
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agreed lsurussian@gmail.com



tiger94gop
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
If accepted our sales taxes would be the highest in the nation. I am for it, but I believe local municipalities will move to raise property taxes ASAP, because they wre getting fat off of sales taxes that will suddenly be a lot harder to swallow. So sales overall will go down, also I think the Leges will try to exempt the "old people"; they vote. So groceries, medicine, etc. will be hard to raise it on and most don't pay income or property taxes.


XanderCrews
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re: MT Survey, Are you for or against keeping the LA state income tax?
Im always in favor of taxing consumption vs earnings. When you tax earnings there is inherent benefit to not earning as much. laws get written to favor lobbying as opposed to moving the taxation to the consumer level.


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