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By July 10, 2008

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MAS on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “Interest is equal to what the dictionary defines as imputed income. So in this instance interest and income are the same. Imputed income would be…”


john f. on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “Helen, I'm not sure why you can't see that Ben P.'s comments about focusing this discussion on the historical interpretation of tithing arising from Bishop…”


John Mansfield on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “How does imputed income come into play in current and past tax law? In a way different from property taxes? When you are teaching about…”


Helen on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “I am no where near as educated in taxes and money as most of the people comenting. I however would still like to share my…”


Sam Brunson on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “Jonathan L., that's certainly a good ethic to take. What, though, do you do on topics where the prophets haven't spoken? Like, for example, the…”


Ben P on Understanding "Interest" in Joseph: “Jonathan L: I hope you are better at following a prophet than following the directions for discussion I outlined on this thread.”

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