I have no problem paying my fair share of taxes for the services the government provides... roads, bridges, police and fire departments, national defense, social safety net, food safety, pollution control etc
Some lists you want your home state to be on and some you do not. This is definitely a list we want to be on. According to the nonpartisan Tax Foundation Montana ranks 6th in regard to having one of the best business tax climates in the United States
Like most people I wait until April 15th to file my taxes. I usually use tax software and file my federal and state taxes through e-file. According to the Montana Department of Revenue's website, since I e-filed I should have received my refund within 2 weeks of them accepting my tax return meaning I should have got my refund on May 1st
I avoided preparing my taxes until yesterday. First, I thought I would owe the government this year. Second, I hate paying for tax software. There is something about paying for the right to find out that I have to pay the government more tax money that rubs me the wrong way
Paul and I got to talking about the overly complicated system that is your annual tax return. I think we can all agree that the stupid thing is more complicated than it ever should have to be. Luckily Paul has a great idea for a simple and highly visual system.
Did you know that there are only four states in the union that don't have a sales tax?! Mark and I were discussing the topic on this morning's show. It came to me right after I got down writing a check for my stinkin property taxes!
Hit the player to hear what I had to say this morning about it
Paul and I were discussing the ramifications of what President Obama's Healthcare program is going to mean for us citizens. One of the biggest problems I have with it is the Tax "fine" that they plan to levy on anyone with out health insurance. Both Paul and I disagreed that this is unfair and very strong armed. Paul however had an interesting take on it, see what he has to say in this clip from our show.
Regardless of the American economy’s checkered enthusiasm, it appears as if consumers are currently aboard the fast track to higher taxes and rising prices on things like health care and grocery items scheduled to come around at the turn of the new year.
The fight over taxes and the public debt is never far from the headlines lately, and Toby Keith has never been shy about speaking his mind on political matters, so it’s only natural that he offered his thoughts about taxes when speaking with the Boston Herald.
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