Disabled people who can and choose to work. Otherwise, why would a tax exemption be attractive?
Why shouldn’t the disabled who choose to work get an exemption?
Because we pay taxes to fund a huge government.
And what’s it to you that a disabled person is getting a tax exemption and you aren’t.
What’s it to you that I pay taxes? You don’t mind I can also be exempt, do you?
In fact it would benefit you cause by them working and getting that exemption not as much would be taking from you in your taxes.
Yes, because those who actually could work, but lived on the government tit were just waiting for a tax emption. I seriously doubt an unmotivated person would be jumping into an income bracket where he’d have much if any taxes to worry about. Hell, they’d probably qualify for Obama’s tax “credit.”
There is a way for most disabled people to work, however it can be hard for many to find a job in the first place, depends on the disablity, but is hard enough getting around anyway. Plus if a disabled person is not “draining” your tax dollars by choosing to work then you would be benefiting from this as much as the one who is tax exempt.
The question should be, why are we providing people who can work, but choose not to, incentive to do just that. That doesn’t piss you off?[/quote]
The disabled collecting SSI that aren’t working, don’t pay taxes for that so the only thing that would change is that there would be less taxes taken out to support their SSI
Did I not make it clear that only people who are truly disabled deserve this? I’ve mention that assholes that milk the system, which is why something like this should be regulated seriously.