What is the cheapest place to live in Canada? I'm in BC and it seems like staying here would be ideal because of the tax rates in other provinces. I've thought about moving East but looking at their provincial tax rates has given me some serious second thoughts. Are there any particular places with low costs of living?
Mine: >Never taught me ANYTHING about personal finance/investing/markets, etc >Said meme shit like "You need to be a genius with a million dollars to invest!" when I told them what I learned about investing and tried to talk to them about it >Constant nagging raised my cortistol and sequentially lowered my testosterone >Gave me bad genetics(medium dick, king of manlets(5'11), bad eyesight,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm guessing that most homeless people don't file taxes.
Homeless people (those who were born in the USA, at least) have social security numbers. They sometimes have encounters with hospitals and are in records systems of other entities. Some of them have prepaid Visas from Wal-Mart or things like that. The point being that homeless people are on the grid, to a lesser or greater extent.
Since they're concentrating on staying alive (in their own backwards way), the homeless are not concerned with filing taxes. But the IRS is certainly aware of their... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If someone had been stealing their identity / social security number, then maybe it's possible (though unlikely). They don't usually file taxes anyway. Unless they manage to hit the first tax bracket ($10,300) with some kind officially reported income. Even then most would still ignore filing anything. Audits are quite rare for people at lower income levels.
It's sort of the same working in the underground economy. They get paid in cash and don't have to file anything. Can still sign up for food stamps and other benefits. They just need to be careful... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Another wrinkle to this that we've both hinted at but which hasn't been said outright is (something missing from my knowledge base): For the very low-income/extreme poor, they don't have to worry about filing at all? I would expect that adults in general need to file every year, regardless of employment status.
I remember being a paperboy as a kid and making maybe <$3000 USD/yr disposable income from that, and mom would tell me that she actually... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1091397 The amount of income the fed loses by not receiving tax returns from homeless people is so small it's not even worth auditing them. >The PR backlash would be unimaginable >The cost would never make up for the benefits by a dozen orders of magnitude >The IRS is already swamped by budget cuts
Are the homeless possibly breaking the law by not filing? Possibly. But if no one is interesting in enforcing something... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Tell me guys: How is ethereum going to make it to the moon, when it's so weighed down by all of you FOOLS?
Newsflash: 4chan and reddit are so far from the cutting edge anymore, that you can be virtually guaranteed that NOTHING you see on here will amount to anything. When the next big thing actually does come along, it will be miles from here. There won't be even a hint of it here. For all you know, it's going on right now, and you have never heard of it.
>>1091028 That was then, and this is a different time now. Nobody was expecting that shit to happen, nobody really knew what the fuck to expect. All the people who got really rich of bitcoin (besides price manipulating millionaires) bought into it way before you ever heard of it.
Now everyone is anticipating the next thing, so eager to jump on it, which is exactly why it won't happen.
/biz/, I may be able to get some money for some minor medical malpractice. I'd most likely use it to get a patent on an idea I have and start my own business, but I don't know how I feel about that. Tbh it feels kinda cheap. It would feel a lot better if I saved up my own money and used that, but this would probably be a lot quicker. Should I stick to principle or just say fuck it, money's money?
What's a good, solid bank for someone who wants to build credit and have a checking account without any fees or frilly shit?
I had Schwab for a bit, but they don't offer any credit cards. Then I moved to US Bank and hoped to apply for their secured card, but it has an annual fee and I don't like having to maintain a monthly minimum balance to avoid fees.
I'm thinking about moving to Discover, as they have secured/unsecured credit cards and less account fees. Is this a bad move?
Join a credit union OP. I use American Eagle, and there a lot of benefits that come with it. >$5 minimum saving account balance for checking account >way better interest rates than any bank >no yearly fees on anything >getting any kind of loan with them is stupid easy since they have direct access to your financials and will know of you're trustworthy >offer a wide variety of credit cards
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