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Wed Nov 29, 2017, 10:38 PM

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Cool, Cindy gets an extra $700 a year.

Except, Cindy will have to pay $350 per month toward student loans, and will no longer be able to deduct interest.

Oh, she’ll also have to pay $830 per month for healthcare for her and her two kids - that is, until her premium goes up because you’re trying to do away with the individual mandate. And then when she can’t afford health insurance anymore, she’ll no longer be able to deduct any out-of-pocket medical expenses.

Oh, and if Cindy gets a better job and needs to relocate, she’ll no longer be able to deduct moving expenses.

Oh, and if that new, better job wants to pay Cindy’s tuition to go back to school to earn a higher degree, that tuition will now be taxed as income.

Oh, and if Cindy is working at a college or university so that when her kids are old enough, they’d be able to attend tuition-free, their tuition will also now be taxed as income.

Oh, and if god forbid there’s a fire or flood and Cindy and her family experience any damage to their home, they can no longer deduct those losses.

So really, Paul, Cindy’s going to need that $700 just to begin to cover all the new bullshit you’re putting her family through, while you’re off giving actual substantial tax breaks to private jet owners.

Paul, from Cindy, and from so many of us, take that $700 and shove it up your spineless, intellectually dishonest libertarian ass.

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Response to pbmus (Original post)

Wed Nov 29, 2017, 10:41 PM

1. And if Cindy invests and saves that yearly $700,

and assuming no more market collapses, or health/medical issues, after 100 years she will be able to retire.

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Wed Nov 29, 2017, 10:45 PM

2. Never seen that 700 number anywhere in the published

new Tax Tables. More like,it is going cost her 1700 dollars in additional Taxes.

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Response to pbmus (Original post)

Wed Nov 29, 2017, 10:55 PM

3. Meet Cindy:

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