A glaring difference between Puerto Rico and Texas. The TRUTH about Puerto Rico

A glaring difference between Puerto Rico and Texas. The TRUTH about Puerto Rico

Tax Paying Texans helping Texans at HoaxAndChange.com

Tax Paying Texans helping Texans at HoaxAndChange.com

Hurricane Harvey – Texas-> 82

Hurricane Maria  – Puerto Rico -> 45

Texans Helping Texans -vs- Puerto Rico at HoaxAndChange.com

Texans Helping Texans -vs- Puerto Rico at HoaxAndChange.com

Differences?

Texans help each other, Puerto Ricans look to the Government for help.

Texans pay Income Taxes to the US Government, How much do they pay? In 2014 Texans sent $151 billion in federal taxes to Washington!

Puerto Ricans DO NOT PAY INCOME TAX TO THE US GOVERNMENT, yet they expect our Tax Money to help. And we should help them some, but they should be helping themselves first! So, once the Puerto Ricans are back in action, our Congress needs to pass legislation to either require taxes to be paid by Puerto Ricans or defining what expense the US Taxpayer will be burdened for to help them recover in future calamities.

Texans - Tax Paying Texans helping Texans at HoaxAndChange.com

Texans – Tax Paying Texans helping Texans at HoaxAndChange.com

The Mayor of San Juan is very disingenuine, oh, that is a lye for those that didn’t pick up on it, that means liar, a deceiver.

 

 

 

 

Body Language of the deceiving Mayor of San Juan is exposed in this video!

 

Geraldo Riveria challenges the San Juan Mayor on her lye that people are dying.

 

Topic Number: 901 – Is a Person With Income From Puerto Rico Required to File a U.S. Federal Income Tax Return?

If you’re a bona fide resident of Puerto Rico during the entire tax year, you generally aren’t required to file a U.S. federal income tax return if your only income is from sources within Puerto Rico. However, if you also have income from sources outside of Puerto Rico, including from U.S. sources, you’re required to file a U.S. federal income tax return if such amount is above the U.S. filing threshold. Nevertheless, a bona fide resident of Puerto Rico with a U.S. filing obligation, generally won’t report Puerto Rican source income on a U.S. income tax return. A tax year for the calendar year filers is January 1 to December 31.

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