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  1. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    A couple of walk off wins in June? THATS CUTE
  2. A's Frankie Montas suspended 80 games

    Even if they make the playoffs he is ineligible for the post season, correct?
  3. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    I'm sure you needed a good laugh considering the dodgers lost the last two world series and the Rams only scored 3 points in the Superbowl. I'm still laughing my *** off about this face
  4. The MLB is Stupid and Tampa Bay is Also Stupid

    He was talking about the Giants. We do suck right now, but are still a top 5 franchise based on financials. Also, the ballpark is most certainly one of the best in baseball.
  5. Buying a House

    yes, but he is not required by law to do so. by other properties, I mean other development opportunities outside of his primary residence. He buys and sells property for a living
  6. Buying a House

    false. I know a developer that moves every 2-3 years and takes his 500k exemption. I also just googled it, and saw nothing of the sort. If you have something that supports what you are saying, I would be happy to read it
  7. Buying a House

    This is factually incorrect. After two years, you can sell your home and enjoy a 250k exemption on your capital gains, or 500k if you are married. Meaning if you are single and you bought your house two years ago for 350k, you can sell it now for 600k and pay no taxes. Every dollar you earn after that is taxable, although realtor fees, county/city transfer tax etc all get deducted off the top before you factor in your gain. In order to qualify for this exemption, it has to have been your primary residence for two of the last 5 years. So you could move out and still get this exemption 3 years later and then do a 1031 exchange with the remaining balance (assuming you 'converted' the property to rental property). So if you bought your home for 350k, lived there for two years, moved out, rented out the home (for a minimum of 2 years), then sold it within year 5 for 1 million, you would take 250k off the top for your non taxable exemption (500k if married), then could do a 1031 exchange with the remaining 750k and pay no tax whatsoever. You would pay no tax by doing a 1031 if this happens in year 6+, but would be required to buy a property of or exceeding 1 million to pay no tax (you can always buy something for 900k and only pay tax on 100k in this scenario as well). Obviously you could have lived there longer than two years as well, in order to qualify for the capital gains exemption you just have to have lived there for 2 of the last 5 years, and I don't think it has to be consecutively If any of that is confusing, just forget the 1031 exchange part of the equation and just focus on the first paragraph and a half. If you've lived there two years already, you already qualify for this exemption and it does not increase to 'unlimited non taxable gain' after 5 years
  8. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    No, they were putting one sign down with no runner on second Then there was a runner on second and they started putting multiple signs down and all of a sudden there was more swing and miss The damage was done at that point though
  9. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    Filthy **** ing cheaters Giants start using multiple signs with a runner on second, and what do you know? The dodgers are swinging and missing
  10. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    Filthy **** ing cheaters
  11. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    The dodgers steal signs at home. These hitters seem to know what's coming
  12. The Technology Thread

    I have a pixel 2 and I just used my mom's 3 for the first time.. they F'd up the OS on that phone. They tried to copy the iPhone too much. I don't want to have to scroll up everytime I want to do anything. Pixel 2 >>>>>
  13. Giants to pick #6 in 2019 NFL draft

    to be fair, Alex had a really strong arm and incredible deep ball accuracy until he separated his throwing shoulder, came back 3 weeks later, played through it for a month or so (with a terrible OL, taking a ton of hits) until he sought a second opinion, had surgery and missed the rest of the season plus the entire season the following year. After that his arm wasn't as good. Not to mention, the absolute worst position to be thrown into as a young QB. Those niners teams back then were a complete joke from ownership, to coaching, to supporting cast. Not many human beings could have made it through the way he did to be honest
  14. Mike Conley Jr. traded to Utah Jazz

    I never said anything remotely close to that.
  15. Mike Conley Jr. traded to Utah Jazz

    no doubt, but the stats you posted were an absolute joke