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Archive for December 20th, 2003

Posted by taxguru on December 20, 2003

Bolten’s Fuzzy Math. His budget figures are misleading and suspicious. – Trying to distort the fact that Bush is wildly increasing the size and cost of government.

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Some good articles from MSN Money

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Trash your financial records

How the tax code rewards the soldier

Cut your taxes from cradle to grave

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Posted by taxguru on December 20, 2003

Taxpayer Watchdog Demands Ethics Probe of Republican Senator – Corporate executives are prosecuted when they plunder their companies. When our rulers do the same thing, it’s considered just another perk of the job. Anyone who wasn’t already wealthy before going to DC is almost guaranteed to come out stinking rich when they leave. How many more reasons do we need to see how important term limits are?

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Posted by taxguru on December 20, 2003

Watchdog: About 400,000 Use Tax Dodges – I have no idea how many people are using offshore accounts to hide income; and the truth is that the IRS has no idea either. Whenever I have contacted IRS personnel to ask how they calculate their estimates of the tax gap of uncollected taxes, they admit to me that they have no way of knowing any such thing with any level of certainty and their figures are just SWAGs (scientific wild ass guesses). I’m sure this 400,000 figure is nothing more than that and is intended to attract more attention (and money from Congress) than the more probable figure of something like 10,000. Luckily for the IRS, they are never required to substantiate their figures by any of our rulers or anyone in the media who just accept everything they are given as gospel.

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