the interest rate tax deduction

Berosucci | Dec 6, 2012 12:49 PM ET If you are relying on the interest rate tax deduction to be able to "afford" a house, you are buying too much house.

gram01 | Dec 6, 2012 04:45 PM ET @jswanstr | Dec 6, 2012 10:27 AM ET `New Rule: The next time someone says they shouldn`t pay higher taxes or they shouldn`t have a certain entitlement cut because they spend that money and it stimulates the economy, they need to retake Accounting 101.....` Government spending is NON-PRODUCTIVE. Let me make it simple for you comrade; can a country where 100% of people work for government sustain itself? They all will pay taxes, right? They get paid by gov=gov spending, right? Do you get it? Probably not, you are to indoctrinated to form an independent thought now. I lived for 18 years under communist boot of Soviet allies, and I am shocked that there are AMERICANS that want to try the soviet socialist experiment in this country. Soviets did not know how to make it work becauseĆ¢%8

eerek | Dec 6, 2012 10:12 PM ET OK, how about cutting the baloney of the rich subsidized homeowners. Remember Mitt and his comment that corporations are people too. Well, that is correct and incorporation rules and taxes that go with them state the same. I want the same privileges and expense write off as those other "people". Wake up and smell the coffee. We`re all duped by snake oil salesmen, you figure out who they are.






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