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Old 10-24-2017, 07:34 PM   #66
shalym
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Originally Posted by Cinisajoy View Post
Oh so we should pay $20 a year on something we created to sell? Otherwise, some other person can just take it over and profit from it.
You don't make money off your house or your car.

Ok, on the property taxes, if you don't pay them, can anyone just move into your house?

If you drive without registration can the cop just take your car? No, you get a ticket. That registration is for driving on roads.

Whoa. $750 a year for your car? Are you counting insurance or is that just inspection and registration?
Though thank you for making me realize that $100 a vehicle is cheap.

I noticed you didn't answer the second question.
You need shelter and transportation.
I can't think of ONE book that is absolutely a must for everyone.

Ok so "How to use a bidet" goes out of print, I am almost positive there is another book covering the same topic.
If I did make money with my house or my car, I would have to pay income tax on that.

If I don't pay my property tax, then the town/state can foreclose and sell them to anyone they want.

The $750 per year is ONLY for property tax--insurance and registration are an added expense.

As to your second question, the only things that there are in the world that are essential to everyone is water, food, and oxygen. Anything else is a want. So no...there is no book that is "absolutely a must for everyone". So what? That has absolutely nothing to do with anything in this discussion.

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