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View Diary: Hell No! Chained CPI will reduce eligability for EITC #noChainedCPI (72 comments)

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  •  Is that so? (0+ / 0-)

    All I said was foks could get bumped from one bracket to another.

    Nowhere did I claim a tax filer would pay 25%.

    I would really like you to defend your so called claim, and if that involves putting words in my mouth, then I suggest you fold it 5 times and put it where the Moon doesn't shine.

    ...... Social Security blogathon March 25th thru March 29th. #HandsOffmySS FDR 9-23-33, "If we cannot do this one way, we will do it another way. But do it we will.

    by Roger Fox on Mon Apr 08, 2013 at 11:02:34 AM PDT

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    •  not sure why you are so hostile (0+ / 0-)

      The way your paragraph was phrased seemed (to me) to be somewhat misleading. Something about the single guys who get a raise part. Idk. It wasn't a personal attack on you.

      •  Is it a fact or not? (0+ / 0-)

        bracket creep will move people from the 15% bracket to the 25% bracket.

        Just the facts....

        ...... Social Security blogathon March 25th thru March 29th. #HandsOffmySS FDR 9-23-33, "If we cannot do this one way, we will do it another way. But do it we will.

        by Roger Fox on Mon Apr 08, 2013 at 01:56:34 PM PDT

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        •  the raise (0+ / 0-)

          Getting a raise is not relevant here in terms of chained cpi. Even without chained cpi a raise may move you into another tax bracket. So why the need to bring it up? Already many people believe getting a raise and moving into another tax bracket will result in less take home pay.

          That's why I found it misleading. Have a nice day.

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