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US has too much money to be doing new parents like how they do anyway.

Compare us to other ccountries and it's a disgrace
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Every job I've ever had allowed for leaves of absence. Damn near everyone at my most recent job had FMLA, there was a lady out with cancer for over 8 months (same amount of time as the diabetic who had a baby), this had nothing to do with her PTO. One guy was on short term after injuring his foot and needing a boot and my friend was on short term after losing her mother.
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Ok, well let me rephrase. It seems that you have some really negative thoughts/ideas about mothers/motherhood as a whole

and hopefully that will change as you grow and heal.
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Originally posted by mrshairdo mrshairdo wrote:

Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by kfoxx1998 kfoxx1998 wrote:

Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:


I want the same ability to take leave as a parent. If they get extra time due to maternity leave, then I want that extra time too. I just want it to be fair.

And huh at the bold? Families are already more than subsidized by the childfree. When it comes to healthcare, you pay more because more people means more service. That was your choice to have more people.


Okay it simply requires a "qualifying event" I'm sure.  I'm no sure what else can be done to solve your issue.   Until they come up with "its not fair syndrome" as a valid diagnosis you're kind of screwed.

And to the second part, again, it was your choice not to have more people so its only fair in this village that you kick in for my family.   I'm going to protest this family plan sh*t and insist on getting the exact same rate as you.  Its not fair. 

Childfree people are already kicking in for your family. I've yet to meet a person that turns down any of the lovely child tax credits they are eligible to receive. I don't get ish from y'all, but I stay paying for y'alls children in one way or another.

ANd believe me, my medical plan is probably way more than your family plan. You don't want it.

guuurrll I so relate


yeahh.....I don't care about how much I'm taxed either outside of a passing comment like "wow that's a fvck ton of money."  I could live somewhere that taxes a lot more.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (3) Thanks(3)   Quote maysay1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr 01 2014 at 5:43pm
Originally posted by Lite Brite Lite Brite wrote:

Ok, well let me rephrase. It seems that you have some really negative thoughts/ideas about mothers/motherhood as a whole

and hopefully that will change as you grow and heal.


I sincerely hope they won't.

But since I'm not president of anything, it certainly doesn't matter either way.
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I can't Understand the argument if you pay no bills like rent or a mortgage. We have 18 years plus the cost of college while paying thousands in bills every month . I regret leaving my parents home early . You can save a small fortune if you manage your money right .  
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i guess the grass is always greener or the other side, after all my calculations i will be at a net loss career wise and financially after becoming a parent. I'm not even on the other side yet, and it's already impacting me. Any breaks i might qualify for will just make thing a little less bad vs. really bad. These aren't feelings, these are cold hard financial calculations I have made. There is no "leg up" becoming a parent in this society. i think all of us are idiots to be honest if we thought about the pros and cons with our heads instead of our heartsLOL

The max "tax break" for child care is $1500 per child, and to get the childcare credit you have to prove you had at least $3000 in expenses. So what are you gaining really? the impact of the deduction depends on your income of course, If you can find full time child care for less than $120 a month, I don't even want it. What really is there to be envious of when parents wind up at a net loss financially at the end of the day?  

the little crumbs the government may give to make sure there are enough young people on payroll
social security taxes to pay for baby boomers well into the future is just a shrewd investment plain and simple. 


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Originally posted by melikey melikey wrote:

i guess the grass is always greener or the other side, after all my calculations i will be at a net loss career wise and financially after becoming a parent. I'm not even on the other side yet, and it's already impacting me. Any breaks i might qualify for will just make thing a little less bad vs. really bad. These aren't feelings, these are cold hard financial calculations I have made. There is no "leg up" becoming a parent in this society. i think all of us are idiots to be honest if we thought about the pros and cons with our heads instead of our heartsLOL

The max "tax break" for child care is $1500 per child, the impact of the deduction depends on your income of course. If you can find full time child care for less than $120 a month, I don't even want it. What really is there to be envious of when parents wind up at a net loss financially at the end of the day? <span style="line-height: 1.4;"> </span>
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<span style="line-height: 1.4;">the little crumbs the government may give to make sure there are enough </span>young <span style="line-height: 1.4;">people on </span>payroll
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">social security taxes to pay for baby boomers well into the future is just a shrewd investment plain and simple. </span>



You good if you can find childcare for less than $120 a week. My 4 year old goes to a Private SCHOOL, her tuition is really cheap honestly in comparison to other Private/Catholic schools here, but sending her to school is cheaper than a daycare. There is no tax credit for her tuition.

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Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:



yeahh.....I don't care about how much I'm taxed either outside of a passing comment like "wow that's a fvck ton of money."  I could live somewhere that taxes a lot more.

for the most part I don't care either when it comes to certain things. I feel everyone should have free healthcare no matter what...I don't mind paying taxes toward that but I do hate paying taxes and then thinking of women who abuse the system because they have kids or keep having more kids to stay on welfare...


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Originally posted by Im_oh_so_hott Im_oh_so_hott wrote:

 
You good if you can find childcare for less than $120 a week. My 4 year old goes to a Private SCHOOL, her tuition is really cheap honestly in comparison to other Private/Catholic schools here, but sending her to school is cheaper than a daycare. There is no tax credit for her tuition.

Girl I know, Infant care here is ~$200 for in home care, not the centers they are more, per child. 
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