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melm00se Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-06-11 05:10 AM
Response to Reply #116
117. like i said before
the sale of "wealth assets" will go down, essentially freezing money in place thus not exposing them to those tax rates.

this comment also causes me some concern:

but the higher tax rates don't have to kick in until one has earned more than enough to live luxuriously.

as "luxurious" is not really an objectively quantifiable measurement.

what one person calls "luxurious" another person calls "just getting by".

How do you objectively quantify "luxury"?
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