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>>>correction, it is technically(as opposed to simply)not correct. simply speaking, its more or less correct, while yes in technical sense yours statement is more accurate than his.i object to you saying it is "simply" anything and then using 4 paragraphs to make your point. <<<NTETS,?????You are embarrassing yourself and sadly you are too arrogant to see it.The tax credit is $8,000 maximum. The tax credit is NOT 10%!If the tax credit was 10% then buyers of homes costing $500K would be entitled to $50K and those purchasing at $5 Million would be entitled to $500K. Fortunately for the taxpayers this is not the case.
Now, between simply and technically, and legally what exactly is your problem with the way I corrected the information about the $8,000 tax credit?
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