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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Simon Phipps tagged Tax

Warren Buffet has always been an atypical billionaire, and I think he's speaking sense here given the system we have (rather than some ideal system we don't have).

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Loving the delicious irony that that America's rednecks still think that it's the Republicans who are fiscally conservative despite more than a decade of evidence to the contrary.

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An interesting posting from JP. He digs into Anglo-Indian history and suggests that the Digital Economy Bill is comparable with a tax used to create artificial scarcity to prop up the unjust revenues of a fading regime.

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We live in a world that prefers persuasive stories to irritating facts.

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Given the news that Google is avoiding paying almost all the taxes it should on UK advertising revenue through an offshoring loophole, a specific tax on portals-that-advertise may well be the only way to get the tax that's due in today's global economy.

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Seems the slow roll-out of fibre in the UK caused in no small part by an incredibly badly structured tax imposed at the start of the decade.

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US companies pay taxes equivalent to 3%, and while salaries have fallen profits have risen. This Telegraph article (note to non-UK readers: that's a right-wing daily newspaper in the UK) makes it abundantly clear that something has to give and that, as long as he doesn't get carried away, Obama is probably on the right track.

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"The search involves tax officials examining websites that feature Swedish strippers, in an effort to identify them and chase them for tax returns. ... 'When we investigated the sites manually it worked better'." Tax inspectors know all the loop-holes. May be the first time in recorded history that applications for jobs as tax inspectors have exceeded vacancies.

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An interesting idea that I suspect could open a can of worms as others that crowdsource want their breaks as well. But if it works out, it could do wonders for New York as a hub for FOSS development.

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If you are a lover of Edward Tufte's clear graphic communications, you should find this chart wonderful. The design, anyway, the truth it reveals is much more disturbing in many dimensions.

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