Trina Inquires 4/12/20

Do you gamble online?

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8 Responses to Trina Inquires 4/12/20

  1. Casino on line gambling is a way a person can lose his life savings in 45 minutes or less. Then there’s the income tax problem too. For federal you can deduct your losses against your winnings (have very extensive documentation and log records) but states tax your gross winning not net winnings. If on social security you’re assessed part B and D premiums on gross winnings too. You can win 50K and lose 50K and state and social security assess liability at full 50K. Love the casinos and have lost a great deal of money over the decades but I’d never do on line casino. I do play the slots on line for no money, just for fun. On line can suck the blood out of you.

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  2. No, I don’t. Too addictive.

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  3. Carol anne says:

    Nope. Never. I’ve never even tried it!

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  4. Joshua Shea says:

    I used to, before online poker became illegal in the United States like 10-12 years ago. Probably good they outlawed it because I was starting to take it too seriously. I know there are still ways to play, but with having tackled two addictions I see no smart reason to revisit the behavior. Going to a casino is one thing. In the comfort of your home is another.

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