1. 100th Monkey

    Tax reform proposals to be secret for 50 years

    They are afraid that we will might what find out we have been had....we know already! More:
  2. Denise

    The 'BEST' Carbon Tax in a 'Nutshell' Video I have seen to date. IT HAS IT ALL..!

    The "BEST" Carbon Tax in a 'Nutshell' Video I have seen to date..! Please watch - It has it ALL... Share this with everybody you know!!
  3. Unhypnotized

    Insurer includes carbon tax in settlements

    SANCHIA TEMKIN Business Day Nov 25, 2010 CONSUMERS who have insured their vehicles with Mutual & Federal can look forward to having the carbon emissions tax included in the settlement of their total loss claims on new motor vehicles.* However, Duane Newman, leader of Deloitte’s climate-change...
  4. Unhypnotized

    Californians may have to pay tax on canceled mortgage debt

    Sue McAllister March 30, 2010 Central Valley real estate agent Donny Piwowarski last year sold his four-bedroom, 3,500-square-foot house on a half-acre in Tracy for $387,000 — about half of what he paid for it in 2005. Now with tax-filing season here, his situation is getting...
  5. Unhypnotized

    16,500 more IRS agents needed to enforce Obamacare

    J.P. Freire Washington Examiner March 21, 2010 New tax mandates and penalties included in Obamacare will cause the greatest expansion of the Internal Revenue Service since World War II, according to a release from Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas. A new analysis by the Joint Economic Committee and...
  6. Unhypnotized

    Man Successfully Fights Unlawful Council Tax In UK

    TPUC Thursday, March 18, 2010 This is taken from OK – so now the cracks are really beginning to appear. I am indebted to my good friend and fellow Freeman on the land, for allowing me to use his documentation for this:- Let me fill you in on the background so you have the case...
  7. Unhypnotized

    US Will Have to Tax Consumers: Economist

    CNBC Thursday, November 26, 2009 The U.S. will need to eventually enact national value added tax in order to raise revenue and decrease its deficit, Paul Donovan, MD & deputy head of global economics at UBS, said Thursday. Taxing on the consumption side has typically never been the case...