Rollin’ At 32

Posted: October 15, 2008 in Headlines, success, The Brothas

At 32 years old, this real estate developer shows off his crib in Atlanta. Click picture to read more and to see other pics.

Just a friendly reminder, if he is making over $250k he is going to be asked to “spread his wealth” . Enjoy it now, bruh.

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Comments
  1. Wil says:

    McSame is misleading the uninformed: It’s taxable income not gross income, that will see a little increase with President Obama. It simply means a little more financial planning for any with incomes higher that 250K.

  2. Duane says:

    It simply means a little more financial planning for any with incomes higher that 250K.

    Okay, translate that for me. What exactly do you mean “financial planning?”

    Unless Obama is planing on getting rid of the SBA, this link talks about who exactly falls into the small business category.


    Obama’s Tax Plan and Small Businesses

  3. Wil says:

    With proper planning the amount of taxes that he would pay can be reduced. The net amount of income that he would be taxed will be less after all of the deductions, “loopholes”, offshore antics, etc.. He might end up with only sixty thousand of taxable income, for example.

    I agree with you that 250K for “rich is much too low of a threshold. It may be rich in Oklahoma, but certainly not in any big costal city

  4. Duane says:

    The net amount of income that he would be taxed will be less after all of the deductions, “loopholes”, offshore antics, etc.

    You are right. But I thought Obama wanted to clamp down on all of that.

    My wife and I are already talking to some folks who know a lot more about that stuff.

  5. Wil says:

    All of the talk about reducing loopholes is to make the working class happy. They will never actually do it .

  6. Duane says:

    Wil, I gotta hand it to you. You are a rare bird in a flock of those who re-preach this rehtoric as the gospel truth.

    John Stossel is going to address the rehtoric coming from both candidates this evening on 20/20.

    For example, while I support McCain on expanding nuclear power plants, there is no way he is going to be able to make signifficant headway on that isssue in four years. On the flip, I do not need any faith to believe that taxes will go up at some point for everybody–regardless who is in the White House.

    What’s that saying about “death and taxes”? 🙂

    Enjoy the weekend.

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