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Perfectly understandable

We don’t pay for everything today, we can’t pay for everything today, and it was never true that we would be able to pay for everything. We were slightly distracted on our journey from pre-revolution to post-revolution into thinking that … Continue reading

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What is the proper rate for income tax?

Ask yourself, what is the reason why the income tax rate is at 22% or 40% or whatever it is currently at? The answer to that question today, is that income tax is set at a rate by politicians which … Continue reading

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Tax allowances disenfranchise us

If we are all going to own our WellFair state, we all need to pay for it. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/01/tax-free-sop-low-paid If you’re earning £6,000 a year and geting free healthcare, housing, local transport and Internet access (amongst other WellFair services), then paying … Continue reading

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