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It's the Tax Man

It’s that time of year again, taxes.  The one time of year that car commercials are not number one on the television.  H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt commercials dominate the air. 632 more words

Something About Nothing For Anyone

NYTimes: Momentum Builds to Tax Consumption More, Income Less

Progressive consumption tax. Yes please. Details to he agreed upon later.

Momentum Builds to Tax Consumption More, Income Less http://nyti.ms/1Yka8AX

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The pros and cons before UAE gets into VAT mode

This article appeared originally in Gulf News: link to original article

The UAE’s Ministry of Finance announced recently that value-added taxes (VAT) are going to be introduced. 1,404 more words

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You probably won't see this argument anywhere else...

The current political debate on ways to tax is gaining more publicity these days, since people, mainly Republicans, are trotting out their favorite tax proposals. Democrats don’t care how it is collected, they just always want more money to fund their favorite spending proposals. 333 more words

Japan - Tax authorities’ guidelines for the new JCT rules as of 1 October 2015

The Japanese National Tax Agency (NTA) published its guide on the Japanese Consumption Tax (JCT) obligations of the cross-border supply of electronic services.

You can access the English version of the document intended for foreign businesses… 51 more words


Our Civilization’s Transition to Environmentalism

A reader with terrific environmental sensibilities notes:

My house is made of used 2x4s and used fibreglas batts, and consumes about 25% of the energy of my neighbours’ conventionally built/operated homes.  513 more words

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Beijing May Pour Salt Into Hong Kong's Wounds As Retailers Suffer

A watch and jewelry store next to a shop for rent in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district last week. REUTERS

A mainland Chinese government initiative to boost spending at home could grind salt in the wounds of Hong Kong’s already struggling retail sector. 507 more words