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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Richard Lindahl tagged torsrants+taxes

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It's just another indication that the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights is woefully needed, despite the fact that it's likely unconstitutional.

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First of all, wouldn't it be nice if Maine's top income tax rate were only 7%, instead of 8.5%? And if I had the opportunity to jump into a 5.35% state income tax bracket, and all I had to do was give up mortgage interest and charitable contribution deduc

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At least one town council has decided the Taxpayers' Bill of Rights is a good idea.

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The underlying problem here is that Maine's taxes are just too high for everyone, individuals and businesses, period.

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There's a compact fluorescent in our laundry room that started life as my reading lamp bulb fifteen years ago. It was one of the first generation of the bulbs, and is much much larger than the curlycue ones you buy today. It's dimmed to the point that it'

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Here's a good way to put a stop to all of this nonsense at once. If enough of us fraudulently call this number and inquire whether a nonexistent letter were issued by the IRS or one of its contractors, or with painfully obtuse questions about the process

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This is the danger of large government that most people still fail to recognize. It enables economic planners such as Cashman and McLean use the confiscatory power of government taxation to siphon money from the economy, and then "invest" it into project

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Apparently, Tax Increment Financing has become such a shell-game of funds and spending that even the philosopher-kings who are on the other side of the table can't keep track of where they've put the foam wad.

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