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If you object to how the CRA assessed your taxes, you can challenge it — but make sure it's in a timely manner

If you’re one of the nearly 26 million Canadians who has filed their 2015 tax return — self-employed individuals and their spouse or partner have until June 15 to file — you likely have already received your Notice of Assessment from the tax man. 566 more words

Taxes

Tax News for Georgia

Georgia Conservation Tax Credit Extended

Legislation has been enacted that extends the conservation tax credit available against Georgia corporate and personal income tax liabilities from December 31, 2016 to December 31, 2021. 214 more words

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Tax News for Arizona

Charitable Contribution Credit Amounts Increased

The amounts that may be claimed as Arizona personal income tax credits for voluntary cash contributions to qualifying charitable organizations and qualifying foster care charitable organizations are increased, applicable to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2015. 348 more words

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Uncle Sam

Don’t move you’ll hit the floor

Uncle Sam knocks. Dormant waiting for your return releasing the fervor of his lore.It’s me, It’s me.Open your door. 248 more words

HOWARD MARKS: No one in government has any idea how to fix the economy

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

It’s election season, and that means we’re hearing a lot about how to fix the economy. 

It can almost seem as if the government is banging its head against the wall making… 605 more words

Money Matters

Legislature Adjourns: What Passed (and What Didn't)

The Minnesota Legislature ended on a less-than-graceful note as major bills were negotiated and considered just moments before the constitutionally mandated adjournment time of midnight on May 22. 921 more words

Public Affairs

The True Cost

My first poem, written four months ago in response to the growing public anger and frustration at the Irish government’s austerity measures, particularly the introduction of water charges, a double tax

Poetry

Dermott Hayes reblogged this on Postcard from a Pigeon and commented:

Two months ago, the majority of members elected to a new Irish Parliament, won their seats on a ticket to abolish water charges. Yesterday, the biggest opposition party, FIANNA FAIL, betrayed that trust and abstained on a motion to abolish those charges