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myself. the two of you don't discuss you badger.
Who does your taxes? Wife or accountant? If the two
of you buy tax software yearly, I got some prime
real estate (waterfront) in North Dakota to sell
I hope you guys actually own a lot of INTU.
As a whole yuor right the net business are a
small part of the overall economy. INTU however bears
no relation to housing, GDP, industrial production,
etc.. Intu does buisiness in the internet economy, they
will live and die buy it.
As far rate hikes you
answered your own question.
Forget it. He just doesn't get it! He thinks that
you don't need to buy tax software every year.
Anytime_I_Can isn't dealing with real information at this
point, he's only dealing with emotions.
There are new tax law every day. Like all things,
Death and Tax, you will need the update to accomadate
new tax laws every year. Why give upgrades when you
can sell it? IT's true that there are alot of
accounting software, but most of them are for 50 or more
employee, which means that they will run you a few grand.
Ituit's software is less than a grand and ez to use. Most
people do go to their local bank in the end, but hey, 5
years ago, most people were still using snail mail.
I think the economy is the economy. The internet
is included. New/Old, whatever...its the economy.
Regardless, the internet portion just ain't that
Next, Greenspan's arch nemesis is inflation, not a
growing economy. The only reason he wants to see the
economy slow a little is beacause it is a signal that
inflation will not rise. A slower economy is a side effect
of rate hikes.
We have tame inflation right
now. The economy is going good...whats the problem?
Humpty dumpty Corp. symbol(INTU) sat on a wall.
While brokerage houses pushed the wall higher and
higher. And bulish investors didn't belive he would ever
fall. Can you finish the rhyme ? I know that you can.