So, last Monday was tax day.
I don’t know about you, but I had to write a big check. But I took solace in the fact that I’m helping create a more civilized society!
I have to confess, I’m not really feeling particularly fun this Friday. This past week was tax week.
And taxes aren’t fun.
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It’s time for Fun on Friday and I have to be honest — I’m not feeling very fun.
Because the tax man cometh! And no matter how you slice it, taxation is not a fun subject. It’s no wonder “death” and “taxes” are often mentioned in the same breath.
But April 15 is lurking right around the corner and that means it’s almost tax day.
Your Trump tax cut isn’t going to be quite as big as you might have thought.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, a new inflation measurement included in the GOP plan and recently implemented by the IRS will cut into your tax cut savings in 2019.
Ron Paul warned you about this during the debate over the tax cuts.
There has been a tremendous amount of debate about building walls to stop illegal immigration. But the IRS is building walls to keep Americans in.
The US government is cracking down on Americans with outstanding tax bills by revoking passports.