Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by klyph, Sep 19, 2007.
State of Alaska - Permanent Fund Dividend Division
sweet. now finish your fucking car.
on a side note, isn't it usually around $1800 though?
oh, and did you ever buy that house?
I heard about this, never really checked to see if it was true.
I also heard that residents are entitled to a certain amount of land. Of course, all the 'good' land is taken, so new residents are likely to get a nice stretch of tundra...
So...$1654.00...hmmm...what could you buy for $1654.00....forced induction before next summer?
It's going into my garage fund.
It varies from 1k to 2k this is actually a pretty good year for it. Thanks for paying those high gas prices SUCKAS!
And yes I bought that house.
We don't get free land.
nice.. i recently got some free money too... but about 11x that amount
This isn't a welfare check
Disability, get it right... 4 yrs of back pay FTMFW!!
do you pay taxes on that?
On disability or on the Alaskan dividends?
You pay taxes on disability if your employer contributed (paid for) your disability insurance. You do not pay taxes on disability if you were the sole contributor of your disability insurance.
You pay taxes on your employers contribution if you paid a partial amount of disability.
i pay nothing.. havent filed taxes in 5 yrs
not bad eg6sir, how bout our norther most member?
coke and whores FTW
Yes, it's taxed.
The dividend fund is made from taxes paid by oil companies (Oil companies pay ALL the state tax, so Alaskans only pay federal taxes). Then the Fed. taxes the dividend that was made of taxes to begin with :roll:
Fuck the federal govt.
Vote Ron Paul!!!!
watcha gonna do when the IRS comes for you?
they cant.. i get SSI
aged blind or disabled... which one are you?
disabled, i went through chemo therapy for 3.5 yrs.. doctors still havent released me to work yet
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