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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Jan 11, 2008.
Do you include your tithes and charititble donations on your itemizations on your taxes?
I don't tithe (not required to according to the Word of God).
I don't file taxes (not required to according to the US Government).
Did you get a special dispensation to not have to file, or are you one of those that says the income tax isn't legal?
(if the latter applies, I could introduce you to a former college colleague of mine who bought into that...he's currently in prison for tax evasion)
no, rbell. I am not required to file taxes as my only income is my disability check from the government which one is not required to file.
I was thinking that you were being an abstainer!
Actually, I knew someone who stated that he legally didn't feel like he had to file--or was it pay--taxes due to some clause somewhere.. who knows. The guy was a fruitcake.
No, I take the standard deduction, don't have enough ded's to itemize.
Why not count the money you donate to your local church (whether you call it a tithe, offering, or whatever)?
I don't know about you, but I believe he gets enough of my money already. Why let him keep more?
BTW, that tax refund that you get was really only an interest-free loan you gave to the government anyway, right?
I take all the deductions I can legally claim, including tithes and charitable donations.
I'm glad it's that. I was afraid, with the wording of your other post, that you were one of those types that claim the IRS has no authority, etc.
They have a name for folks like that...jailbirds!
We render unto Uncle Sam what is Uncle Sam's and to God what is God's. Whatever we're entitled to, we absolutely keep.