The Biden Administration

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Ground_Chuck
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hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
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packofwolves said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!


Biden is going to tank the economy and the market. It's ok though, his taxes will only impact the rich. I guess no one else invests in the market.
Only 25% of market capitalization is in taxable accounts. The cap gains increase would only apply to individuals with $1m of taxable income, whose gains are realized in taxable accounts.
hokiewolf
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Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
Cthepack
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hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
Agree!
BBW12OG
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It's only the start. God help us if they keep the House and Senate and we have to live under this idiotic administration for four years. Don't think we will survive as a "united" country much longer if that happens. I for one welcome it.
packofwolves
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Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
Agree!


I don't think we know enough yet to conclude it's only an increase for those making over 1 million. But those earners are definitely getting severely impacted.
RunsWithWolves26
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As someone who is far, far, far from being considered rich, I don't think taxes should be raised on ANY income class of people. Just my opinion though.
packofwolves
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Latest rumors, Biden's climate plan reduces beef production 90% by 2030. You can consume 4 lbs a year.
hokiewolf
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packofwolves said:

Latest rumors, Biden's climate plan reduces beef production 90% by 2030. You can consume 4 lbs a year.
I consume that much in one sitting with a brisket
Ground_Chuck
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hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
hokiewolf
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Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
Cthepack
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hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
cowboypack02
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Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
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cowboypack02 said:

Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
Bingo!!!
BBW12OG
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Here's all you need to know about ineptness and "fake" **** show administration we have in the White House today. Thank God we only have 1 year and 8 months until the GOP takes over the House and Senate.

I am looking forward to the GOP treating Sleepy Joe and Horizontal "Cackling Hyena" Harris through every type of investigation legally possible.

If the POTUS has been fully vaccinated and everyone around him has been fully vaccinated and the CDC says everyone is fine why wear the mask? They will try and require vaccine passports... wait and see...

Maybe they will make everyone that hasn't had the vaccine wear arm bands and put them in special non-vaccinated holding camps.....

You lefties are something else. Glad to see none of you have the testicular fortitude to come out and try to defend this clown show. Enjoy your run. Hopefully in less than two years you will realize how big of a mistake you made.

hokiewolf
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I'm still confused by your use of quotations for some but not all the nicknames you've created.
BBW12OG
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hokiewolf said:

I'm still confused by your use of quotations for some but not all the nicknames you've created.
Sleepy Joe is his nickname..... Horizontal "Cackling Hyena" Harris has a multiple nickname and according to the rules of journalism you place the secondary nickname in quotation marks so as not to confuse it as a singular nickname.

Pretty basic stuff! Glad you are following so closely btw... good to hear from you.
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If anyone from the SOCIALIST PARTY doubts the mainstream media isn't the state run propaganda arm of the left please try and justify this.

As an American everyone should want an fair and unbiased press. We haven't had it in decades. President Trump called them out. Now the horse is out of the barn they no longer care about showing their true colors. Hell the U.S.S.R. had a more unbiased press than what we have here in our very own country.

This is spiraling out of control and this will end badly.

The washington post's "fact checker" says they are no longer going to keep a data base of Sleepy Joe's misleading facts....no bias here right?










The party controls the media. The party will control the narrative. The party will control the dissemination of information to the masses. One party. One rule.

You lefties better hang on. Damn shame what you are trying to do this country.
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BBW12OG said:

If anyone from the SOCIALIST PARTY doubts the mainstream media isn't the state run propaganda arm of the left please try and justify this.

As an American everyone should want an fair and unbiased press. We haven't had it in decades. President Trump called them out. Now the horse is out of the barn they no longer care about showing their true colors. Hell the U.S.S.R. had a more unbiased press than what we have here in our very own country.

This is spiraling out of control and this will end badly.

The washington post's "fact checker" says they are no longer going to keep a data base of Sleepy Joe's misleading facts....no bias here right?










The party controls the media. The party will control the narrative. The party will control the dissemination of information to the masses. One party. One rule.

You lefties better hang on. Damn shame what you are trying to do this country.

Lol. They won't respond to that... and if they do, it'll be some cute, little, short non-answer or the usual Civilized strawman response saying "look over there!" instead of actually addressing your question.

They aren't going to acknowledge anything that pushes back against their divine calling... just look at their poll numbers regarding Biden's approval ratings! They are doubling down on "Weekend at Bernie's"... in complete "lockstep" with a complicit press at that!

But I'm "Not a democrat". Hilarious...
BBW12OG
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Who?? Dear Leader? Cryin' Chuck? Ice Cream Queen? If there was ever any doubt this dolt doesn't run a damn thing here is all the proof you need.

BBW12OG
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As long as they keep him in the basement and off live TV right???? Jeez.... I would vote to split this country this very second and let you lefties have the Northeast, West Coast and anyone in the rest that wants to join you get the **** out.

Ground_Chuck
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cowboypack02 said:

Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
You don't pay capital gains on sale of your primary residence. If its not your primary residence, say an investment or vacation property, you can do a 1031 exchange and defer capital gains for an indefinite period.
cowboypack02
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Ground_Chuck said:

cowboypack02 said:

Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
You don't pay capital gains on sale of your primary residence. If its not your primary residence, say an investment or vacation property, you can do a 1031 exchange and defer capital gains for an indefinite period.
So i checked and that isn't necessarily true......Here is the federal law on such things:

  • An individual can exclude up $250,000 of profit on a home sale from their taxable income; a married couple can exclude up to $500,000.
  • To qualify for these exclusions, the seller must pass the IRS ownership and use tests.

Just to give a case study from the same article on Schwab.com that i pulled up:

  • Estimate your sale price and subtract your cost basis. Let's say you bought your house for $350,000, put in $50,000 in improvements and had related fees and costs of another $15,000, giving you a cost basis of $415,000. Now let's say you expect to sell the house for $850,000. Your potential capital gain would be $435,000.


Ground_Chuck
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cowboypack02 said:

Ground_Chuck said:

cowboypack02 said:

Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
You don't pay capital gains on sale of your primary residence. If its not your primary residence, say an investment or vacation property, you can do a 1031 exchange and defer capital gains for an indefinite period.
So i checked and that isn't necessarily true......Here is the federal law on such things:

  • An individual can exclude up $250,000 of profit on a home sale from their taxable income; a married couple can exclude up to $500,000.
  • To qualify for these exclusions, the seller must pass the IRS ownership and use tests.

Just to give a case study from the same article on Schwab.com that i pulled up:

  • Estimate your sale price and subtract your cost basis. Let's say you bought your house for $350,000, put in $50,000 in improvements and had related fees and costs of another $15,000, giving you a cost basis of $415,000. Now let's say you expect to sell the house for $850,000. Your potential capital gain would be $435,000.




You're right, thank you for adding better information than I provided.

The 1031 exchange is still available but would only be needed if your potential capital was greater than 250/500. And the Biden gain increase would only apply if you AGI came in at over 1M.

Cthepack
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Ground_Chuck said:

cowboypack02 said:

Ground_Chuck said:

cowboypack02 said:

Cthepack said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

Ground_Chuck said:

hokiewolf said:

That Biden Capital Gains proposal....boy that is something isn't it? 39.6%!
Its only for people with taxable incomes over $1 million.
I don't think you realize how many people that is. For instance, if you're a small business owner making $250k a year and differ some of that income into retirement, I think you're going to have to pay the 40% rate.

Those aren't "rich people " in my book.
About 540,000 Americans had an AGI of +$1m in 2018.
I'm telling you, it's going to be a huge impact that even you are going to feel
It does surprise me that people do not understand this.
When you talk about AGI all everyone thinks about is what you are actually brining in on a yearly basis from a paycheck. It's so much more than that....You sell a house and its worth a million bucks and all of a sudden...surprise!!! Your income is more that 1M for the year and your subject to the tax
You don't pay capital gains on sale of your primary residence. If its not your primary residence, say an investment or vacation property, you can do a 1031 exchange and defer capital gains for an indefinite period.
So i checked and that isn't necessarily true......Here is the federal law on such things:

  • An individual can exclude up $250,000 of profit on a home sale from their taxable income; a married couple can exclude up to $500,000.
  • To qualify for these exclusions, the seller must pass the IRS ownership and use tests.

Just to give a case study from the same article on Schwab.com that i pulled up:

  • Estimate your sale price and subtract your cost basis. Let's say you bought your house for $350,000, put in $50,000 in improvements and had related fees and costs of another $15,000, giving you a cost basis of $415,000. Now let's say you expect to sell the house for $850,000. Your potential capital gain would be $435,000.




You're right, thank you for adding better information than I provided.

The 1031 exchange is still available but would only be needed if your potential capital was greater than 250/500. And the Biden gain increase would only apply if you AGI came in at over 1M.




From my ever fading memory:

The 1031 exchange only delays capital gains for you. Only way to eliminate capital gains with the 1031 exchange is to die. Your heirs do not have to pay capital gains on the 1031 exchange. You also have to designate the exchange in 45 days and must close on the property within 180 days. There are other rules you must follow to delay the capital gains on investment properties I just hit the highlights.
TheStorm
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1031 does not apply to a primary residence.
BBW12OG
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All kinds of loopholes it looks like which is great. Bottom line what Sleepy Joe is doing is going to have an adverse effect on the entire economy. When people with wealth who control the job market start losing money they are going to cut jobs forcing more people to become reliant upon the government which is the end game for the lefties.

https://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0110/10-things-to-know-about-1031-exchanges.aspx
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Biden's border crisis. What a disaster. I remember when people cared about the chirren in cages.





And his number 2 is on a milk carton.



BBW12OG
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It isn't what the SOCIALIST PARTY'S propaganda machine wants to push.

The new narrative is climate change. I remember that we were heading into a deep freeze back in the early 80's. What happened then?

Gotta keep control over information. Once you control the narrative you control the mind.
TheStorm
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BBW12OG said:

Gotta keep control over information. Once you control the narrative you control the mind.
Even if what you say is a lie... as long as the press is walking in goosestep with you it doesn't matter what you say... you just keep saying it and the sheep repeat it as fact.
BBW12OG
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TheStorm said:

BBW12OG said:

Gotta keep control over information. Once you control the narrative you control the mind.
Even if what you say is a lie... as long as the press is walking in goosestep with you it doesn't matter what you say... you just keep saying it and the sheep repeat it as fact.
Spoken like a good "comrade!"
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TheStorm said:

BBW12OG said:

Gotta keep control over information. Once you control the narrative you control the mind.
Even if what you say is a lie... as long as the press is walking in goosestep with you it doesn't matter what you say... you just keep saying it and the sheep repeat it as fact.
You mean "UNC's athletic programs are the model for the focus on academics" that everyone who grew up in the Carolinas from the 80s thru the 2010s heard, was not accurate? But we heard it all the time from any talking head who got on air, so it must have been truth, no?
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packgrad said:

Biden's border crisis. What a disaster. I remember when people cared about the chirren in cages.





And his number 2 is on a milk carton.




Amazing how it isn't news worthy anymore even though it is way worse than when the mean ole orange man was in office. Bunch of lowlife hypocrites
BBW12OG
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George Orwell may become as important as Thomas Paine.
IseWolf22
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I hope this posts correctly. It's a visual representation of the spending proposed in Biden's last 2 packages.

This is a massive amount of money and IMO we aren't seeing nearly the media scrutiny something this big requires. There are some things in here I could support, but we there is no details and no accountability. We are supposed to marvel in how "bold" it is and ignore the fine print. IMO, if passed, this will be poorly administrated and will blow up the debt with significantly less ROI than processed.
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