actually, if he's making 450k, his taxes went up zero. If he's making 500k, it's up 4.6% on the 50k OVER 450k. If he's making $1M/yr, then he's up 4.6% of the money OVER $450k. So, effectively at $500k, you'll pay $2300 more (effectively less than 1/2 percent more of his income) and $25,300 more on a million (about 2.5% of his total income)
I'm surprised at how many people don't understand the way income taxes work
I'm surprised at how many people don't understand the way most things work.
2160p is definitely a niche, and I may actually wait for it. To answer this question, a large part of my viewing is producing family slideshows using an HTPC.... so that would be my answer. I wont pay for thank 2K for a a 4K tv, but *Might* wait it out. may get something cheap to hold me over.
Blu-Ray for the win... . Gonna be a long time coming before we have tons of 4k content available though, let alone sets to really support it. Hell, BluRay only is just becoming the standard disc now over DVD everywhere... it'll be another long transition to 4k or 2160p, as well as another long time for content to be readily available, let alone become the standard.
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