Talks Tax Guy: I'll start with children
Talks Tax Guy: I'll start with young people
Before starting, I think it is important to define the slang "I have the intention to use in my analysis. If you familiarize yourself with the following if you read this instead of your children:
1) "friend Dawg" close, someone to like or admire. I once thought it was a bad time, but have since learned that the disease entails.
2) Bounce to leave one place to another, to return to something else.
3) Bank, a term to describe an income work (OR received if you are a liberal thinker.)
4) What up, a form of greeting to stimulate debate about what happened in life. Also can refer to the fact that the purchase of a particular argument (ie, to ask why a person does not follow a point that was made, one could say: "Dawg, what up? "). It is an excellent way of asking," What do you idiot! "
5) Dork-slang for the sad, stupid, or stupid.
These definitions should be enough to get my points across. Let's see how we do it.
It that even "Dawgs"? I know you all have heard of income tax in some way. I bet their parents have mentioned more than once. Well, income tax is the way our country derives income from its citizens to serve a variety of Others (1). My job is to ensure their parents do not pay their fair share of taxes on income from this so they can keep more of your bank. This will allow them to support you "Dawgs", pay college, and give even more of the bank.
Why are our income taxes so high? Well, sometimes our government thinks who knows more about spending their parents bank. Do you all remember the story of "Robin Hood"? Robin Hood was a man known for "robbing the rich to give to the poor. "Sometimes I think our government is acting in this way (2). In the land of the free market like ours, the Americans are allowed for all the different levels of success. It's like being in a class at school. Some sacrifice watching TV or playing video games, so they can study. These students can get all A's. Some of the others in the class could do enough for successful studies, on average. The fact is that each class member is free to work as much as they want to be what they want. Professor is not usually needed to help other students, but may ask an occasional volunteer. Here we learn charity and the joy of helping people who want to reach our level of success (3). I bet you have someone in your class who likes to have good grades without having to work hard. This person has no studies, and even be asked to cheat on their work or examination. How fun to work with an idiot like that? Think about having to work with this person again and again. You work hard to maintain their studies and work even harder to help someone taking a shortcut (4).
It is now our government is our ways as a people. I do not know you "Dawgs, but I'm tired of this. I'm tired of my bank goes to the other. I want my bank to go to things like a strong national defense. For my part, I will volunteer to work with those who need my help. I want to work with the Dawgs "willing to work hard to them.
I know that "Dawgs" that each one has its own home. I want it too. But how we get there? Do I need a home without being able to make payments? We all know better than the way we treat our allowances. We can not spend more than you earn the bank, unless our parent bank loans between the two payment dates. If we buy more things, we have to the bank. We can make the bench when we do get more homework or to school have to get better paying jobs, when we are older. And if the Americans sent the Bank need to return the school to learn?
This young "Dawgs" is the difference between taking a shortcut and make things right. I do not know about you, but every time I take a shortcut in life, she ends to take twice as long to complete something. It seems best to take the long road to achieve. The success lasts much longer that way.
It's where we are today in this country, "Dawgs." Our government, as well as some of our fellow citizens in need of the bank, has chosen to take a direct access to provide housing (5). He is right that we ask our government and citizens Dawgs, What Up? "Look at what was for Direct Access our country a great time. How long does it take to resolve this dilemma? I fear that at least twice as long. If only we take the first track.
"Dawgs" I do not like some of the companies, but it is time for me to bounce. I have more tax planning to attend, so their parents do not give up more of their hard-earned bank. Talk again soon. on peace (6)!
(1) Other elements that our federal government payroll. (2) a reference to our federal government to take the bank of the risk and sacrifice. (3) Others want to help make it better. (4) A reference to resources have been extracted from one of his best and have the same absolute resources for someone who wants a shortcut. (5) Our federal government, trying to do something good in providing housing for the need of the bank, made a big mess that will take years to correct. (6) Goodbye and good luck to my 'Dawgs.
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