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Posted by taxguru on December 13, 2003

What goes up, will come back down – and then back up, and then back down.

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Posted by taxguru on December 13, 2003

I always thought Bush was spending far too much time with Teddy Kennedy.

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Posted by taxguru on December 13, 2003

Del. Sen. Proposes Internet Sales Tax – Interesting attempt to use the tax laws to maintain a sales tax advantage for one state over others.

Companies Test ‘Contactless’ Credit Cards – The concept of having all of our personal and financial information on a tiny chip that is embedded under our skin is getting closer.

Higher Virginia Taxes Soon

It Pays to Be a Star on Charity Circuit – More hypocrisy from the Hollyweirdos.

Top Democrat urges Texas Governor Perry to abandon ‘death business’ – When I first saw this headline, I thought it referred to Texas’ position as the country’s leading user of capital punishment. It’s actually about the state government doing what a lot of big corporations (such as Wally World) have been doing for several years. They have been taking out life insurance policies on current and former employees, without their knowledge, and then cashing in when those people pass away. I’m still waiting for the Hollywood movie using this as a plot point. If John DeLorean was willing to deal in drugs to save his floundering company, is it much more of a stretch to imagine a fiscally unstable company knocking off former workers for the tax free insurance benefits?

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