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i know that. i meant like if your tuition is $10k a year, then $10k of your income is non taxable as long as you are sending your child to college, on top of what you have already saved. it's just an initial thought... wow, people on here really don't like the idea of paying less in taxes. everyone talks about how our ...more
i guess from all the thumbs down, people enjoy paying taxes and think it's a better idea to have their hard earned income taken from them and then offered right back to them in student loans that have to be paid back with interest... gotta love the stupidity of the world.
i actually think a real good idea is that while in college a person does not have to pay any taxes. that would encourage more to get a job at school and help put more in the students pockets for these expenses while they are there, and also help build up a savings account to pay off the loans when they leave. it might ...more
don't knock it til you try it. i just picked one up and the moment i put my baby in the stroller, the baby began to speak in full sentences! there's just something about a $3,000 aston martin stroller.
but in all seriousness... why? even as a joke... why?
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