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I pay my husband xxx amount for rent.? You don’t
need to pay your husband rent and shouldn’t. He would
have to declare it as income if you want to use it as a deduction and
if it’s a jointly owned property it would be
considered self-rental which isn’t allowed for home office
purposes.. Read the instructions for the form to correctly…
show more I don’t know if you are audited then they will look at your
husbands return and see if he is claiming that money and it just seems a little risky because then they will think
what else is going on? I would ask a tax preparer but the new laws now have
a big deduction that I do not know if you will get to when you itemize?
It became really noticeable on 12/28. Those posts are from spam bots.
They are not being posted by people. They are automated.
Report them. Mostly report the gibberish answers of misc letters.
The accounts are attempting to gain points in order to post more…
show more Because someone uses a spambot to ruin the site
The average Ashkenazi and average Palestinian will coexist and show goodwill to
the other just fine. 1.6 million Palestinians live in Israel with Israeli…
show more Many can. There are mixed cities and towns in Israel
where the Jewish (including Ashkenazi Jewish) and Arab populations
get along fine. This especially goes if you consider the Druze “Palestinian”, though they do not call
themselves that. And while many pre-independence communities
did have some tension, there are still examples of co-existence
between Jews and Arabs within the land of Israel. And, we can find examples of Ashkenazis living peacefully with Palestinians when they’re in other lands, though many other
people may be present too. Of course, there
is still a conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, so
obviously not all live so peacefully. I just want to point out that not everyone does live in hostile environments towards one another.
I am a bit curious as to why you single out the Ashkenazim.
There is a misconception that they’re the barrier to peace; however, they
tend to the be the most actively supportive of peace efforts.
This isn’t to say that Mizrahim and Sephardim
(aka Jews who lived in Arabic lands) aren’t; however, they do tend to be a bit more skeptical and
cautious as a group because of what happened to their communities.
Furthermore, I find that people who so squarely single out
the Ashkenazim from other Jews tend to ignore the barriers that Palestinians in general
put up against living together, which I argue are the most harmful towards peace.
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