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deskpro2k3 said:
Mospeada21CA said:

I did not find any logins or passwords in this thread.


hey man! I'm sure one of your friends or family member have a netflix account that they're willing to share.


outlawauron said:

Don't worry, their 5,500+ employees all paid income tax, social security, and medicare. Of course, Netflix paid nothing in income tax, which means that the tax that would have been paid was deducted on other expenses like previous debts, interest on debts, and non-income taxes (property tax, etc).

I don't really understand the point of the post, because anyone with a brain (person or corporation) is hopefully taking advantage of all tax deductions in the system. I do and they'd be stupid not to. Changing tax code and what exemptions can be taken would require economists and CPAs in Congress though, and that's not going to happen.

Do I look worried to you? Wait wha, you don't understand the point of the post now? Let me take some words right out from your post.

"I don't really understand the point of the post"  The point of the post ------> "(person or corporation) is hopefully taking advantage of all tax deductions in the system."

And you even put "hopefully". I mean damn dude.

The don't worry was just a bit to go along with the topic title about people potentially feeling bad about sharing Netflix logins (I don't care one way or another). I didn't get your point because Netflix hasn't done anything wrong and what can be exempted isn't going to change as it one of the more untouchable policies like Medicare and social security.

Why would you not take advantage of the rules in play? If you can do something that benefits yourself, why not do it? I say hopefully because surely no one would voluntarily hurt themselves by not filing their information correctly. It'd be like not utilizing DPS pushes to avoid mechanics and force a phase change in some of FF14 raids .