Yeah, but tax-free renting easily pays for it. It’s only those under the approx $500k /yr mark that suffer with single-home ownership. System’s designed to benefit rental income and beyond a certain point, whatever ‘taxes’ there are are either avoidable (through illegal tax shelters) or are so minimal in comparison to income that it’s just fees to have to tolerate and not any kind of real burden. Sadly, most of the USA is $500k and under but all the benefits of capitalism are set up for those who make above that.

Yeah, but tax-free renting easily pays for it. It’s only those under the approx $500k /yr mark that suffer with single-home ownership. System’s designed to benefit rental income and beyond a certain point, whatever ‘taxes’ there are are either avoidable (through illegal tax shelters) or are so minimal in comparison to income that it’s just fees to have to tolerate and not any kind of real burden.

Sadly, most of the USA is $500k and under but all the benefits of capitalism are set up for those who make above that.

 

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