Minn. drew $140M more in taxes than anticipated in Jan.

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: February 11, 2013 - 3:52 PM
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spector075Feb. 11, 13 4:14 PM

And it is already spent by this Governor, who seems to think the government needs it more than I do.

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nojobforh1bFeb. 11, 13 4:14 PM

"the extra collections probably signal a race to beat new federal tax rates." ....and ya don't think that anybody is racing to beat the new state tax increases planned by Governor Dayton???

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xyz123qFeb. 11, 13 4:42 PM

Tax refund now!

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g5thistimeFeb. 11, 13 4:49 PM

How long before Gov. Dayton announces an additional $240 million tax increase?

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klondikekidFeb. 11, 13 5:49 PM

The people clicking "no" in response to the posts left....a question for you if you would: Do you have a net tax liabiity after deducting all allowable credits and deductions? Of course people were piling in income taxes to deduct on their federal return. People almost ALWAYS do what is in their best interest (yes, you liberals do the exact same thing, I see it all the time). Bad tax policy forces people to make short, sometimes poor financial decisions. The Left wants to control all elements of society and have figured out that the tax system is one of the easiest ways.

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