Monday, July 23, 2018

4 results for 'irs'

French tax administration helps Guy Wildenstein to disinherit

By Olivia Harris, published on Jan 9, 2014

...Wildenstein is vowed to be the perfect victim. She is a foreigner. She has little knowledge of her rights and the family’s estate. She is therefore expected to be influenced easily. Besides, the Wildenstein family is close to France’s key men of power. Guy Wildenstein is one of the first donator to former president Nicolas Sarkozy’s party, and some of his closest advisors like Olivier Riffaud used to work for the French tax department. Facing all these arguments, she could have been convinced by her in-laws like Sylvia did. But her faith in her husband Alec prevented her ... (more)

Tags: france, politics, legacy, irs, wildenstein, liouba, tax administration, nicolas sarkozy, liouba wildenstein

My Tax Dollars...Your Burden

By DKIdea, published on Nov 12, 2012

“My tax dollars pay for your salary!”

Ok...since I’m also a tax payer, it’s safe to say that my tax dollars also pay for my salary, so essentially, I‘m paying myself. I’m my own boss...but I already knew this. I get a kick out of people that brandish the fiery fist of power fueled by their tax dollars. In fact, I get a kick out of the very idea that they think they have any ownership at all over the money that is confiscated from them by our government. Yes...confiscated, because it is taken from you wether you want to give it or not.

Let me lay this out for you. You’re money... (more)

Tags: politics, personal finance, business, economy, taxes, law, government, irs, money

To VAT or Not to VAT: That is the Question

By Amo, published on Apr 17, 2010

...into the abyss or do we stand up and fight against a government that has lost its principles”? That’s the dilemma that we currently face as a nation, and if anyone doubts the course that this administration is on, simply use that God given gift called “common sense”.

Within the first 14-months of this administration, the budget deficit has quadrupled, and the out of control spending of bailouts, stimulus packages, and massive government entitlements, threatens our triple A standing around the world, and brings us ever closer to the brink of bankruptcy.

We are... (more)

Tags: president obama, economy, medicare, irs, debt, shakespeare, vat tax, paul volcker, federal reserve

Planning for Retirement: Do Roth Conversions Make Sense

By JJFCPA, published on Dec 22, 2009

One of the most useful and powerful retirement vehicles is the Roth IRA. Named after the deceased Senator William Roth of Delaware, the Roth IRA was enacted in 1997 as an option for those taxpayers that met certain income thresholds and other requirements to transfer money to their own personal retirement plan. It differed from the traditional IRA plans which allowed a deduction from income for tax purposes which the Roth does not allow. Instead, the main and powerful advantage of the Roth IRA is that the income earned in the plan is not taxable when distributed in the future to the individual... (more)

Tags: roth ira, ira, irs

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