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  • India's Aids Population
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    Right now there is a major problem involving the population of South Asia. In India's best years just about half of the population was properly fed because the population was so enormous. Not to add that the foods they get are fruits, vegetables, and rice. This is not a way to live. Also AIDS is a pretty big problem in India. It is estimated that one in five adults will have been diagnosed with the AIDS virus by the year 2003. Because prostitution is legal in parts if India the AIDS virus can sp...
  • Section 529 Higher Education Savings Plans
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    Section 529 Higher Education Savings Plans An effective way to invest for college? Jeffrey AltieriAbstract This paper is about the Section 529 higher education savings plans that allow family members to receive certain tax breaks while investing for a child's higher education. The data used in this study is the historical rate of return on a Connecticut 529 plan versus the benchmark, the S&P 500. The time period covered was the inception of this plan starting in 2002 up to the start of research ...
  • Dole Flaunts The Benefits Of His Tax
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    Bob Dole: A Race to the Top People understand they can't get all these tax cuts, protect their favorite programs, and balance the budget,' says Susan Tanaka speaking on the promises made by presidential candidate Bob Dole to the American public (Gibbs 1996). Bob Dole proposed his tax cut package on Aug. 5, 1996 hoping to entice the public into voting for him in the 1996 presidential elections. Dole focuses his proposal towards social conservatives and supply sides believing he will give them the...
  • Bush's Tax
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    The Return of the Prodigal Son The year 2000 was publicized as the start of the new millennium and many people feared the implications. But the new millennium actually started in January 2001, and has the potential to be more like the Christian catastrophe that the prophets predicted. (alliteration) On the heels of a controversial election (personification), the prodigal son (metaphor) has swept into the White House like a plague sweeping down on Egypt. (simile) While the Republicans chant the t...
  • Bush's Tax Relief Plan
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    President George W. Bush's Tax Relief Plan, how much of a gamble is it Some of the dynamics of Pres. Bush's tax relief are as follows: Replacing the current tax rates with a simplified rate structure; Doubling the child tax credit to one thousand dollars per child and applying the credit to the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT); Reducing the marriage penalty by reinstating the ten percent deduction for two-earner couples; Eliminating the death tax; Expanding the charitable deduction to non-itemizer'...
  • Current Rrsp Contributions
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    First Main Topic: What are RRSP's In simple terms, an RRSP is a tax-deferral plan registered with Revenue Canada. With an RRSP, you can deposit a portion of earned income and claim the contribution as a tax deduction. Not only are the contributions made to an RRSP tax deductible (subject to limitations), but the income generated by the investments inside an RRSP is not taxed untill withdrawn from the plan. This means you can get a much larger investment for your retirement than you could by inve...
  • Income Tax
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    Planning for your disability or death can result in lower taxes for business owners. Gift, estate and income taxes can be properly managed with a succession plan. Costs for life insurance and professional fees may be lower under a plan. This strategy can also minimize squabbling among family members and key business managers. Income splitting is one type of planning tool - simply move income to a child or other family member who will pay at a lower tax rate. The person must perform reasonable wo...
  • Long's Share Our Wealth Plan
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    Ali Price Mr. Griffiths AP. US. History II 22, March 2005 Redistribution Of Wealth October 1929 the United States of America went into a state of great depression. Millions of Americans lost their jobs, their homes and went deeply in debt. The reasons for the great depression were the over production of goods, higher tariffs, over speculation of the stock market, unregulated banking and the mis distribution of wealth. The president of the time Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted a solution called ...
  • Presidents Tax Plan
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    There are two words in the English language that when combined will cause immediate joy and skepticism at the same time. Tax Cut, although at first it sounds only good there can be some setbacks. George W. Bush entered his term in office with an aggressive agenda to cut taxes that turned heads in his favor; however, some people don't think his cuts are fair or effective. The United States economy is slowly creeping towards a recession. The stock market has shown repeated drops. Consumers are not...
  • Traditional And The Roth Ira
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    Compare and Contrast Roth IRAs to Traditional IRAs Based Upon Farmers Insurance Information in 2002 THE TASK AND THE FINDINGS Report Authorization This analytical report of Roth IRA and Traditional IRA from Farmers Insurance Group is presented to Dr. Cynthia C. Barnes, Professor Department of Information Systems & Analysis, on November 11, 2002. Research was conducted by Josh M. Martin of Financial Specialties Incorporated upon the authorization of this topic on August 21, 2002. Objective of Com...
  • Active Participant In A Retirement Plan
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    Traditional IRA: A Traditional IRA is any IRA that is not a Roth, SIMPLE, or Coverdell Education Savings Account. A Traditional IRA can be opened by any person who has earned income, and wishes to defer or eliminate the payment on taxes on income on funds set aside for retirement. Once you are 70 1/2 or over, you may not make contributions to Traditional IRAs. If you are eligible to contribute to a Traditional IRA, the amount of contribution that you can make a tax deduction on will depend if yo...
  • Saving For America's Future
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    We are back in New Hampshire this week. Some of you may know I've had a nagging case of laryngitis. Even if my voice is weak, my message is strong: I am optimistic about the future of the American economy because I believe in Americans. But we need new leadership. Today I introduced my economic plan, Saving for America's Future. It is the first step to putting the economy back on the path of fiscal responsibility. It will save more than $2 trillion over ten years for deficit reduction and invest...
  • Federal Taxes By 500 Billion
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    Debates On Tax Cuts The debates on tax cuts taking place in Congress are making the daily headlines of every radio station, newspaper, and television station in America. The issue at hand is what to do with the projected budget surplus estimated to total $2.9 trillion over the next decade. Republicans and Democrats of the House and Senate have come up with several tax cut proposals ranging from less than $300 billion to almost $800 billion worth of tax cuts. Opposing views from both party member...
  • Al Gore's Economic Plan
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    AL GORE WOULD BENEFIT MEXICO? S ECONOMY The United States is the most powerful country in the whole world, and this is why many other countries around the world almost depend on it. This gives us an idea of how important it is for everyone to know that the economic situation of the US is doing well, otherwise we would all get seriously affected. Who decides the way in which the US is moving? The President makes a lot of decisions regarding politics, social and foreign affairs, but we? ll focus o...

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