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Old 03-22-2011, 02:06 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by fatkid View Post
And to avoid tax they ask for a $10-$20 "donation" (depending on the track) The "donation" Is tax free and if questioned by the man, The "donation" is for upkeep of the track.
If it were that easy, everyone providing a service would be working for "donations" instead of income.

"Sure I'll paint your front porch. No I won't charge you anything. But you will have to make a $150 donation for the use of my tools, gas and maintenace for my van, and laundering of my work clothes."
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