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Re: 5 most tax unfriendly states to retirees

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El Toro

08-22-2013 18:32:16

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Should make MD number 6. Hal

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Chuck MA

08-22-2013 18:47:29

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 Re: 5 most tax unfriendly states to retirees in reply to El Toro, 08-22-2013 18:32:16  
Is it true that they tax the rain in MD?

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North Vale - PA

08-23-2013 03:03:09

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 Re: 5 most tax unfriendly states to retirees in reply to Chuck MA, 08-22-2013 18:47:29  
the idea is to tax rain run off from impervious surfaces. Which theoretically causes rain water pollution. So, the assesment would somehow be on the impervious surfaces, not rain, which you can never depend on, as we know. MD is a spend, spend, tax, tax & tax state. Governor O"Malley has aspirations of running for president so you will get to know him well soon. The coo-coo"s are about ready to go on parade again, soon.

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08-23-2013 08:49:26

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 Re: 5 most tax unfriendly states to retirees in reply to North Vale - PA, 08-23-2013 03:03:09  
Puhleez. We know him as Gubner Owe'Muttley around here.....

Yeah- we got a 'flush' tax a few years ago, and I still gotta pay it if I pee behind a wagon. Thank God I don't have to pay for each and every cow!

And now we have a 'rain' tax. Now, this year has been a bumper crop of rain for the lowere end of the state, but a normal one here along the Mason Dixon line. My question is, will I get a rebate if we have a drought, and we don't get much rain?

And, another thing that PO's me, is they just increased the fuel tax. Talk about smoke and mirrors, it'll 'only be 6%, and phased in over a few years.' 1% this year is about 4 cents. But it will equate to a 25 cent increase in just a few SHORT years. And it will be earmarked to mass transit in the Baltimore to Washington corridor. If you're not in the B_W corridor, there is no benefit to paying it, but we still have to. Hell, that's more than 3/4 of the state!!!!

And this jerk thinks he will be the NEXT PRESIDENT!!!!!

Rant done...

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Pete in MD

08-22-2013 18:59:27

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 Re: 5 most tax unfriendly states to retirees in reply to Chuck MA, 08-22-2013 18:47:29  
The "rain" tax was passed early this year. Gonna cost me $170 a year. Couple of years ago they passed a "flush" tax. Both of them are to "save the bay" but the money will go somewhere else.

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