[QUOTE=twoputtok;1419116]Hey FurDog, did they forget to tell you that the portion of health benefits that you don't contribute towards that you now receive from your employer are going to become taxable to you on your W-2?QUOTE]
Well Dave my part of the premuim is only about $45 a week so this is how I plan on countering that.
First of all I'm going to buy a horse like you and get it a social security card so I can claim it as a tax deduction. I'll name it Mr Ed to throw off the IRS.
Then I'll quit smoking which will save about $300 a month.
Then I'll quit drinking which will save about $150-$200 a month. (Maybe start up a moonshine op somewhere)
Disc Golf?....No problem. As TD I'll play for free at all my mini's.
Food?.....No problem. Taco Bell is cheap and covers all the important major food groups.
Shelter?.....If the Coberly's and the Hindshaw's can live in the woods at Chandler then so can I.
All this great personal sacrifice on my part really adds up to a net profit for me while still being able to claim..."You ain't heavy, you're my brother.".
If I were you I would at least learn to fake that I have compassion for others or otherwise you might find yourself frying like bacon in hell.