This is bull crap!!

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    So, this lady saves a few bucks for the government because they stopped the tax hike in pay roll taxes but now she will pay almost 10K more on her house in taxes . Does this money go into SS , NOPE it goes into the Treasury for the government to spend how they feel like it..
     
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    property taxes are state and local not federal and have nothing to do with payroll taxes.
     
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    What lady?
     
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    Haven't you been reminded before that we are not mindreaders and need a link to figure out what they hell you are on about?


    The woman in that article would only pay an extra $9500 if she kept the mortgage for the full 30 years of the loan. It adds up to $9500 spread out over 30 years. And that $9500 means she is buying a house that is nearly $400,000.

    She's well off.
     
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    From the article:

    It will be imposed for the next 10 years on most mortgages and refinancings and it lasts for the life of the loan.

    So which is it, for the next ten years or the life of the loan? :confused:
     
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    Read it over asnd over till you get it, lol.

    They'll charge new buyers for the next ten years, with the 30 year tax, is what it means.
     
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