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I am thinking about sending the IRS an Email (from a Friends Computer). A couple of Years ago, working for the State, I received a $1,000.00 Bonus (instead of the 3% Cost of Living Pay Raise). When I got the Check is was about $650.00. Since it was a Bonuse, they took out MORE Tax. This is what I want to ask the IRS:

 

A lot of People have been Paying a "ADM" on New Cars, everything from $1,999.00 to $25,000.00, possibly more just for the privilege to BUY the Car at MSRP. Shouldn't that "ADM" (Additional Dealer Markup) be considered a Bonus?

 

How Much TAX does the Dealerships Pay on that ADM?

 

David.

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I don't get it. :headscratch:

 

What is this thread for ?

 

:censored:

 

The usual BS, I guess......................... :spiteful:

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I am thinking about sending the IRS an Email (from a Friends Computer). A couple of Years ago, working for the State, I received a $1,000.00 Bonus (instead of the 3% Cost of Living Pay Raise). When I got the Check is was about $650.00. Since it was a Bonuse, they took out MORE Tax. This is what I want to ask the IRS:

 

A lot of People have been Paying a "ADM" on New Cars, everything from $1,999.00 to $25,000.00, possibly more just for the privilege to BUY the Car at MSRP. Shouldn't that "ADM" (Additional Dealer Markup) be considered a Bonus?

 

How Much TAX does the Dealerships Pay on that ADM?

 

David.

 

I think you may have a wee bit too much time on yours hands. :headscratch:

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I am thinking about sending the IRS an Email (from a Friends Computer). A couple of Years ago, working for the State, I received a $1,000.00 Bonus (instead of the 3% Cost of Living Pay Raise). When I got the Check is was about $650.00. Since it was a Bonuse, they took out MORE Tax. This is what I want to ask the IRS:

 

A lot of People have been Paying a "ADM" on New Cars, everything from $1,999.00 to $25,000.00, possibly more just for the privilege to BUY the Car at MSRP. Shouldn't that "ADM" (Additional Dealer Markup) be considered a Bonus?

 

How Much TAX does the Dealerships Pay on that ADM?

 

David.

It all balances out at the end of the year. Bonuses are often times taxed heavily. It all shakes out at tax time. You get screwed either way... :finger:

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Does it really matter what a thread is for as long as people enjoy it for whatever reason?

 

 

:happy feet:

 

 

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Just trying to figure out it's purpose.

 

Carry on.

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I don't get it. :headscratch:

 

What is this thread for ?

 

:censored:

 

Ruf complains that the one word thread, (a thread that is free flowing with no particular topic), is hard to read. I concur, so I started this thread so a group of people can chat about whatever they want without others complaining about it being off topic.

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Overcast, no rain expected, high should reach 74 which seems odd because it snowed pretty good two weeks ago.

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93 octane - $3.19! :happy feet:

 

Tomorrow's looking good. I just might burn some up! :peelout:

 

87 Octane $2.89 :happy feet:

 

Weather is cloudy but nice.

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My girl is having a rough day. MS has her experiencing severe joint pain. She's slept most of the day.

 

Soooo - I've got a beef stew simmering in the crock pot! Fills the kitchen with soothing smells!

 

Should be ready by race time!

 

Stew beef - sliced carrots - diced potatoes - onions - Portabella shrooms - onion soup mix - and some Arthur Bryant's meat rub (thanks KCMO!) :happy feet:

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Arthur Bryant's ain't the same as it was when he was alive. The sauce went South when his daughter took over after his death. Stew sounds good! :drool:

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