Finance: Who’s next? Who’s safe?

9/15/2008:

With Lehman essentially biting the dust this week – who is next to fall? What establishments are safe?

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325 Comments on "Finance: Who’s next? Who’s safe?"

Journey
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Journey

[quote comment=”110915″][quote comment=”110898″]journey – i guess you need to grow up and stop using your parents’ credit cards at the bar! :lol:[/quote]

Does that mean I should ask them for one? I never had one from them… :)[/quote]

no you must have one, if you don’t own a car. right? isn’t that the logic that was established before?[/quote]

Well yes, in StandTramp’s little world.

Katie_Scarlett
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bradykp
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bradykp

[quote comment=”110898″]journey – i guess you need to grow up and stop using your parents’ credit cards at the bar! :lol:[/quote]

Does that mean I should ask them for one? I never had one from them… :)[/quote]

no you must have one, if you don’t own a car. right? isn’t that the logic that was established before?

matt_72
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[quote comment=”110899″]Seriously, never intended on staying in Jersey for more then a year so. I’m still a resident in PA but have ongoing NJ withholding. That’s refunded to me and I pay PA at the end of each year.

I’m sure i’m the only ‘chump’ in this predicament.

Matt_72 – If you have hate in your heart, let it out.[/quote]

Dude – you have been here for FIVE YEARS. If you have been here for 6 months and 1 day you are supposed to file and pay NJ taxes instead of PA taxes. You are not at all a PA resident and you don’t at all maintain a home outside of PA. Just because your family lives in PA and your old room is still there, that doesn’t mean you can claim that as your permanent home so you can avoid paying NJ taxes. And just because you never “intended” to stay long, that doesn’t make you a non-resident. I never intended to move here in the first place, but I am still a resident of Hoboken/NJ. The law doesn’t care what you intend, it cares about what you actually do. And you have been filing fraudulent returns for the last 5 years. Ask any accountant.

MidnightRacer
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When ACORN was raided in Nevada recently, some people said it wasn’t their intention to commit fraud. The excuse was that some of their workers felt like it was too hot to register actual people in the area, so they went to the library, looked up names and addresses, and picked out names to falsely register them to vote for the upcoming election – ONLY because it was too hot outside, but wasn’t their intention to commit fraud. Watchdogs began to notice when they registered famous football players from other states for Nevada registration.

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