I'd say if you are paying more than 30% of your gross income, then you are paying too much.
I agree with SM..30% would seem like a workable number. Anymore and the sacrifices may be too much......at the very least more than 30% means some tough choices will be required.
by Nicholas Moccia 9 years ago
The answer is, no you may not have to pay rent if they have breached their warranty of habitability. Has anyone out there ever taken advantage of this legal doctrine? If so what were the circumstances?
by GA Anderson 2 years ago
Much is heard of a demand that corporations and the wealthy pay their "fair share" of taxes, but I have heard little of what that share should be.With only a single restriction; that the discussion is about legal tax actions, what should that "fair share" be?One could say that...
by Reality Bytes 7 years ago
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by HuntersWhitt 5 years ago
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by Eddie Carrara 6 years ago
Do you think the rich should pay higher taxes?Do you think rich people should pay a higher percentage in taxes then middle class or low income people, or do you think taxes should be straight lined across the boards?
by Nick Lucas 7 years ago
I don’t understand this concept that Obama and many liberals keep clinging to…..So allow me to make it simple. If everyone is taxed at say 10% people who make more do pay more as 10% of a greater amount is more……example 10% of 100 = 10 ...
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