You don’t pay any taxes on that until you sell the stocks. Then the profits are classified as capital gains, which is taxed at a much lower rate than regular wages. However, if you take the profit you earned from the sale of stocks and invest it in something else (other stocks, real estate, starting a small business, etc.), then you don’t pay any taxes.
I thought maybe it was Mo’s response being censored.
I’ve begun to advocate for the GOP to drop the elephant as the symbol of their party and change to an ostrich with its head buried in the sand.
You’re lucky. My brother-in-law has moved on from Fox News, and is now into the crap churned out by the Russian “news” agencies, like Russia Today.
Well, bless your heart, that you actually think billionaires and GOP Congresscritters actually pay taxes.
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I have little doubt that those belittling the joy of football have never played the game.
Ya mean like Chris Borland?
That’s what I was thinking, too!
The poor principal has got that “they don’t pay me enough” look on his face … again.
How about the fact that people actually sit in their homes, watching a doctor squeeze various kinds of pus out of patients’ bodies?