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Skiffing
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Post by Skiffing »

Two words:

"Tax Liability"

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Skiffing wrote:Two words:

"Tax Liability"
Did somebody call my name?
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Oh man, Jim would soil his draws if 500 people just started donating $5 bucks all at once to the "Tinboats Forum"!

Although a great idea and way of spreading some joy,; I actually agree with Capt on this one. Who is going to screen out the greedy?

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I donate to people that have true hardships such as needing a meal and I tend to donate mostly to Veteran organizations, to help people who have supported our country. Boats are a luxury, not a need, and I have a little one because I saved my money and did without other things. I also put my two sons through college and paid off my house. I am not a Scrooge because I actively volunteer my time and donate money to worthy causes (for example Wounded Warrior Project), and in just my opinion this thread represents a well intentioned but misguided idea.
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momule wrote:I donate to people that have true hardships such as needing a meal and I tend to donate mostly to Veteran organizations, to help people who have supported our country. Boats are a luxury, not a need, and I have a little one because I saved my money and did without other things. I also put my two sons through college and paid off my house. I am not a Scrooge because I actively volunteer my time and donate money to worthy causes (for example Wounded Warrior Project), and in just my opinion this thread represents a well intentioned but misguided idea.

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