I WON A BIG BUNCH OF MONEY!!!

Discussion in 'Cancun Forum' started by Greta, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. whdream

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    Well what is your tax again? VAT?

    isn't it included in the prices
     
  2. Greta

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    The taxes on West Virginia Lottery wins on machines is suppose to be 27%, so that make the taxes $2160.


    She will still have to pay $2160 like I would have had to., but where she has kids & husband, she can claim them all on her taxes at the end of the year, she will not get taxed as hard as I would.. I only claim myself, therefore, I get taxed harder.. She has herself, two kids, and a husband to claim at the end of the year.


    I have no clue how else to explain it, but I hate taxes lol....
     
  3. Isabelle

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    Congrats on the winnings Greta


    <---- i only wish 8,000 would get me outta debt :?
     
  4. Ian

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    22% on earnings upto £37,000

    40% £37,001 +

    9% national Insurance ontop of that

    17% VAT ( Value Added Tax ) on everything you buy apart from food and childrens clothing.

    Council tax on your house depending on size and number of people living in it, mines currently £100 a month after my25% single person subsidy.

    Petrol and diesel currently around £1 a litre abd 80% of that is tax.

    Cigerettes approx £6 a pack, 50% of that tax.

    The list goes on.... :roll: :roll: :roll:

    Ian :lol: :lol:
     
  5. whdream

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    Yeach I get nailed on my taxes each year. My pay checks before taxes are fab! BEFORE though..

    We pay Provincial Sales Tax which is 8% and Government Sales Tax (which was just reduced down) from 7 to 6%

    We have Land taxes two, most avergae homes in my area can go anywhere from 2200 to 6000 a year. Depending on your lot size and schools around you
     
  6. Ian

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    legalised robbery isnt it

    I've just had to appoint a solicitor to sort out some financial shit and if I hadnt have done so the goverment wanted a 17% ( £4500 ) cut of of a certain amount Ihad lodged with them but then the solicitors fees came to more than what the f*cking goverment wanted and then she stuck 17% VAT ontop of that.

    To say I wasnt best pleased is an understatement. :evil:

    Ian :lol:
     
  7. whdream

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    Solictors..hee hee your Brits..

    Yeah it sucks when you think about hwat you really make, and what your "take home" home amount is....Sheesh bloody robbery!

    I get taxed like over 500 a pay check :roll: :shock:
     
  8. Ian

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    Gift. :lol: :lol:

    Tax and NI added together this month comes to £943 :shock:

    Wont be anywhere near that next month, no overtime :evil:

    Ian :lol: :lol:
     
  9. hw711

    hw711 Moderator/Dance Machine Registered Member

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    That's what happens when you support socialist government. Vote libertarian.
     
  10. DConCT

    DConCT CC's SB Godfather Registered Member

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    such a general statement from Hank? :p

    Wherever you go, you will pay it one way or another. It's just called different names.
     
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