The logical next question - Dairy and Fiscal Cliff impact

View Poll Results: The US Fiscal (and Dairy) Cliff impacts my watch purchase in 2013

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  • Yes, it does have an impact - I'll spend less (or nothing) on a new watch purchase

    1 11.11%
  • No, it has no imact. (Taxes don't matter and I'm lactose intolerant, anyway)

    4 44.44%
  • Well, it does matter - not sure how at this point.

    4 44.44%
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    The logical next question - Dairy and Fiscal Cliff impact

    We saw 2 very interesting questions recently....

    (1) Are people on watchuseek rich. The responses are very insightful.
    (2) How much would you spend on a watch - over 70% said $2,000 or more

    So the logical next question (for ones in the US, especially) is this:

    Does going over the fiscal cliff affect your watch buying plans next year. I understand the fiscal cliff impact is nebulous to most of us - we do know $2000 in extra taxes on average and $7 per gallon of milk from $3.69/gal today.

    So, does fiscal (and dairy) cliff impact your 2013 purchase?

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    Interesting question...

    I consider myself middle/upper middle class but I do own 1/3 of a decently sized S-Corp so I'm going to be directly affected no matter how this all turns out. I am definitely holding off on buying a new watch as well as a new car and a few other things.

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    Re: The logical next question - Dairy and Fiscal Cliff impact

    It will have an indirect impact on me (in Canada), but I already have higher taxes and already pay more than $7 for a gallon of milk (organic though), so.... No.

    in any event, I doubt that this will greatly impact the sale of luxury goods. 2008 was business as usual as well.

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    Re: The logical next question - Dairy and Fiscal Cliff impact

    No politics..Or did you not read the rules?
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