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Always glad to have to pay some taxes. It means I have some income to live on. We have a new 62 and over apartment complex opening here with a maximum income limit of $27K for singles and $31k for a couple. I'd hate to be in a position where I was eligible for that, but I know a lady who is moving there. I always thought she was left with some money when her husband died but I guess not. She could easily live another 20 years. I'd rather be paying taxes than to be in her situation.
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