Topic: BAGGERS: How does it feel to know that Trump is laughing at your tax bill?
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What happened to your tax refund, bagger?
:snicker:

https://www.nbcnews.com/business/taxes/tax-code-changes-leave-americans-asking-what-happened-my-refund-n969366

With filing season officially under way, a growing number of taxpayers are realizing that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act might be a double-edged sword.

The White House said in October 2017 that the average family “would get a $4,000 raise” when it was pushing for passage of the law. Now that the new filing season has begun, some taxpayers are finding out that the tax man giveth — but also taketh away, especially as it pertains to their annual refund.

“Americans are obsessed with their refunds. What really matters is whether your taxes went up or down, not whether your refund went down,” said Howard Gleckman, senior fellow at the Urban Brookings Tax Policy Center. “It’s really important that people don’t confuse their refund with the taxes they pay,” he said.
But even as Gleckman pointed out that some people’s overall tax burdens might be smaller this year, he acknowledged that many people come to expect and even rely on that refund.
“The people who file early are the people who generally count on these refunds. They may have an expectation of higher refunds,” he said. These taxpayers, especially those who hold down multiple jobs, could be in for a rude awakening.
This was what happened to Jason Marques, a postal worker, pizza delivery driver and student in Massachusetts who said that, since his income didn’t change, he was expecting a similar refund to the roughly $6,000 he got last year — money he said would go towards his student loans or paying off credit card debt.
Marques said he was hurt by the cap on student loan interest deduction and the elimination of non-reimbursed business expenses, which he used to deduct the out-of-pocket costs he incurred as a delivery driver. “My jaw hit the floor,” he said, when he learned his 2018 refund would be under $500.
“I just started paying back my student loans. If I’d gotten the $6,000, I’d have paid off all my credit cards,” he said. “I could’ve really used that money to eliminate it all.”
Marques is not alone in his frustration. Early filers have been taking to social media to express their ire at finding that their refunds were a fraction of what they anticipated or — worse yet — that they would owe an unexpected bill to the IRS.
“That campaign promise was one of the only two reasons I voted for you,” wrote Twitter user Dee Nelson. “Rethinking that decision now.”
Facebook user Erin Boyd told of a similar unpleasant surprise in a comment on the social media platform. “I got screwed. Widow with two young children and I try to owe $100 or less, because who likes loaning money to the government. And this year I owe $1,000,” she said.


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“That campaign promise was one of the only two reasons I voted for you,” wrote Twitter user Dee Nelson. “Rethinking that decision now.”
Facebook user Erin Boyd told of a similar unpleasant surprise in a comment on the social media platform. “I got screwed. Widow with two young children and I try to owe $100 or less, because who likes loaning money to the government. And this year I owe $1,000,” she said.

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BAGGERS  :rofl:


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. said: Jason Marques, a postal worker, pizza delivery driver and student in Massachusetts who said that, since his income didn’t change, he was expecting a similar refund to the roughly $6,000 he got last year — money he said would go towards his student loans or paying off credit card debt.
Marques said he was hurt by the cap on student loan interest deduction and the elimination of non-reimbursed business expenses, which he used to deduct the out-of-pocket costs he incurred as a delivery driver. “My jaw hit the floor,” he said, when he learned his 2018 refund would be under $500.
“I just started paying back my student loans. If I’d gotten the $6,000, I’d have paid off all my credit cards,” he said. “I could’ve really used that money to eliminate it all.”

:facepalm:


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If you're using your brain, you should not have any tax return. Why would you be letting the federal government use your money tax free?


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. said: If you're using your brain, you should not have any tax return. Why would you be letting the federal government use your money tax free?

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Interest free, not tax free. Typo.


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Thanks to President Trump my taxes are lower than ever.


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. said: If you're using your brain, you should not have any tax return. Why would you be letting the federal government use your money tax free?

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Yeah, and if you're using your brain, you should not vote for a guy who lies pathologically, has narcissistic personality disorder, has been married three times, has gone bankrupt twice, stiffs his vendors, and took more than a billion dollars in gimmedats from the government when his businesses went under. :rolleyes:

Trump's base is brainless white trash - they are going to get fucked hard by the missing refunds.


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Trume hasn't paid taxes in decades. $900 million loss carry forward will do that.


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Only debt ridden liberals who are office livestock to some tech billionaire who tells them what to think, what to say, how to feel and who to vote for care about taxes.

Gotta make the rent on that $4500.00 shithole studio with a roommate across from the projects - so The President is actually fucking you even more than he did on election night. :lol:


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. said: Trume hasn't paid taxes in decades. $900 million loss carry forward will do that.
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What tax bill?


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More bs from democrat socialist cartel media.

Regardless of your tax refund amount everybody except mansion owners in democrat ran overtaxed states WILL HAVE PAID LESS FED TAXES FOR THE YEAR DUE TO TRUMP'S TAX CUTS.


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Yeah, and if you're using your brain, you should not vote for a guy who lies pathologically, has narcissistic personality disorder, has been married three times, has gone bankrupt twice, stiffs his vendors, and took more than a billion dollars in gimmedats from the government when his businesses went under. :rolleyes:

Trump's base is brainless white trash - they are going to get fucked hard by the missing refunds.

­its the “brainless” part that Trump is counting on for re-election.
AS LONG AS POCHAHANTUS TAINT ELECTED IM HAPPY!
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:doublewide:


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. said: Trume hasn't paid taxes in decades. $900 million loss carry forward will do that.
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­ why do think applying a :lib: emote makes the truth about your lying tax cheating scumbag president any more palitable?


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. said: Trume hasn't paid taxes in decades. $900 million loss carry forward will do that.

­:potd: 169%


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­its the “brainless” part that Trump is counting on for re-election.
AS LONG AS POCHAHANTUS TAINT ELECTED IM HAPPY!
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:doublewide:

And Trumps still the greatest President ever at least I still get beef over crickets, I can keep my car just a few things like that.


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Somebody is still butthurt. :rofl:


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. said: Thanks to President Trump my taxes are lower than ever.

So you're ONE guy, and you're probably Otis, so odds are you're lying.  :lol:


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So you're ONE guy, and you're probably Otis, so odds are you're lying.  :lol:

Post an Otis lie?


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. said: Jason Marques, a postal worker, pizza delivery driver and student in Massachusetts who said that, since his income didn’t change, he was expecting a similar refund to the roughly $6,000 he got last year — money he said would go towards his student loans or paying off credit card debt.
Marques said he was hurt by the cap on student loan interest deduction and the elimination of non-reimbursed business expenses, which he used to deduct the out-of-pocket costs he incurred as a delivery driver. “My jaw hit the floor,” he said, when he learned his 2018 refund would be under $500.
“I just started paying back my student loans. If I’d gotten the $6,000, I’d have paid off all my credit cards,” he said. “I could’ve really used that money to eliminate it all.”

:facepalm:

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"Massachusetts"

The tax reform was designed to hurt people in high real estate taxes, the coasts.  Exactly what happened here.  Those people didn't vote for Trump.  This guy didn't vote for Trump.  He isn't going to next time either.  So the political cost for Trump is zero.  On the other hand, people in red states will benefit.  See how this works?  It will actually help Trump.  This guy being pissed off doesn't matter at all because his vote doesn't change.


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. said: Trump's base is brainless white trash - they are going to get fucked hard by the missing refunds.

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Nope.  No missing anything for the red states.  Why do you think they are only quoting people from the coasts?


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1UT2Ms5E2k


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Faggers are still upset that Hillary lost. TDS at its finest. :snicker:


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PRESIDENT Trump can have my tax refund!


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