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Re: Iraq/tax


Realizing I am coming into the middle of this discussion and have not read
all the emails preceding it and following it... there are 7 states that do
not have income tax, including  WA, WY, TX, FL, NH, one of the Dakotas, I
think, and one more (I don't have my references with me, but I work with
payroll systems).  They fund themselves through property taxes,
"entertainment" taxes, tourism, etc., as I believe was mentioned elsewhere.
The federal govt does not have the right to overrule a state's tax
structure, although certain things cannot contradict the federal regulations
(such as overtime pay calculations and classifications of employees).

Regarding exempting military from the laws of their state of residence
state, well, they would be more successful moving where they live...  one
could argue that people without children should not have to pay for the
schools.  One could also argue that the schools are intended for the benefit
of society, in which we all live, so they should be supported by all,
whether an individual uses the particular service or not.  So, it is perhaps
a hard line for those serving their country, but the schools will still be
there along with the roads and other infrastructure our taxes pay for, when
the servicepeople return to their home addresses.  At least one hopes.

Libby
MD zone 6


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "cathy carpenter" <cathyc@rnet.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 5:44 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Iraq/tax


> Now we are getting into states rights!
> Cathy
> On Tuesday, February 3, 2004, at 04:33 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:
>
> > In a message dated 2/3/04 4:26:28 PM, cathyc@rnet.com writes:
> >
> > << Whether you pay state income tax is up to your state. >>
> >
> > Cathy, I was aware of this but it seems the feds could pass a ruling
> > which
> > would override a state saying anyone who is serving their country as a
> > fulltime
> > military person should be tax free.  We are basically speaking of the
> > young
> > man/woman who retains their home address and are serving their 3-4 yr
> > period.
> > Career military I believe would not retain their home state address.
> >     This whole conversation is totally out of character for me.  Can
> > you tell
> > I have hibernated due to the snow and cold.  I have a need to express
> > myself.
> > Ha!
> > So advise me to go tell it to my state legislature.
> >     Ceres
> >
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