There is a value limit set by the IRS and anything above that is taxable.
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Those who are more knowledgeable than me (which is pretty much everyone ) can sort this one out..."Yet Mr. Ross told me that he paid 102 percent of his taxable income in federal, state and local taxes for 2010....
by Stacie L5 years ago
We have already lost so much in the value of our homes, many folks considered their home value part of their retirement package.....and now this...... How many more hidden items are there hidden in this bogus health...
by hanzster3 years ago
Are annuities taxable?
by Tammy Barnette5 years ago
History of Federal Individual Income Bottom and Top Bracket Rates http://www.ntu.org/tax-basics/history-o … ual-1.html
by scoop5 years ago
Are loans considered income?
by TSAD2 years ago
Should we "End the IRS Before It Ends Us"? Can you find one reason not to end the IRS?The book, End the IRS Before It Ends Us, is not about taxation. It is about liberty. Grover Norquist, the head...
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