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Old 03-11-2019, 04:57 PM
 
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Sit down dear, you're babbling. Democrats have managed to lower every hemorrhaging in red ink deficit a GOP administration has managed to achieve the past 25 years without raising/taxing the daylights out of the middle class via controlled spending. The wash, rinse and repeat only comes via the free-spending GOP who still thinks trickle down economics works while our current deficit now closes in on 1 Trillion dollars.
Sorry dear, Obama added more to the debt than EVERY President that came before him COMBINED. Nearly EVERY dem controlled state and city is up to their eyeballs in debt, and underfunded pensions a la Detroit.
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Old 03-12-2019, 04:51 AM
 
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Then, they audit those who bail to try to squeeze more tax money out of them...

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/new...trusive-audits

This article says New York is now auditing 100% of residents who move to Florida!
No. It does not. Here's what it says:
"If you're a high earner in New York and you move to Florida, your chances of a residency audit are 100 percent," said Barry Horowitz, a partner at the WithumSmith+Brown accounting firm.
You will note the inclusion of the term "high earner," that's very different from what you said and it is simply the opinion of a single accountant without any factual support. But don't let that get in the way of another typical partisan rant.
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Old 03-12-2019, 05:35 AM
 
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No. It does not. Here's what it says:
"If you're a high earner in New York and you move to Florida, your chances of a residency audit are 100 percent," said Barry Horowitz, a partner at the WithumSmith+Brown accounting firm.
You will note the inclusion of the term "high earner," that's very different from what you said and it is simply the opinion of a single accountant without any factual support. But don't let that get in the way of another typical partisan rant.
High earner definition: "anyone with enough money left to leave New York"
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Old 03-12-2019, 04:35 PM
 
Location: ☀️ SWFL ⛱ 🌴
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You cannot claim both the Homestead (FL) or the STAR (NY) exemptions on property tax, it’s one or the other and both states want verification when there is a change in status.

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The penalties for fraudulently claiming exemption are severe. According to Sections 193.155 (9) and 196.161 of the Florida Statutes, owners who intentionally cheat on homestead and other exemptions will have a tax lien placed against their properties, be back taxed for up to 10 years (as applicable), be required to pay a substantial penalty (50% of the unpaid taxes for each year) and pay an interest rate of 15% per year.
Some FL counties are hiring third parties to find tax cheats and those third parties are motivated to get their split of recovered taxes. There are also 800 numbers to turn people in for suspected tax fraud in FL. Pissing off neighbors or bragging in the HOA clubhouse is a bad idea for tax cheats.

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Old 03-17-2019, 05:07 PM
 
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Does anyone notice that "well, you don't have state income tax so..." is the default answer from some for both the lower wages in comparable jobs in other states and the higher rents/homes, groceries, etc.?
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