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CatherineCoy, who THINKS she has a plan to stay alive as a mortgage broker after the 20 year decline in interest rates ends, and believes, like all the rest of those mortgage opportunists who thought that they had a profession but really just were at the right place at the right time for a limited time, will be the one to survive, writes: OK, how 'bout this?--the poor tenants paid taxes on the money before they paid it to me in rent! That's about as first level as you can get. So REB pays taxes on it so I don't have to! <grin>

No dice. The poor tenants also paid taxes on the money before they paid for goods and services to the corporations. Yet even under the new, fairer, Bush system, there will STILL be ONE level of taxation at the corporate level. Your "Coy System" which would be nice to you but unfair to people in any other business, would miss even that one level of taxation.

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