Happy 100th Birthday to the American Tax Code. Here’s the Best Tax Quotes of All Time…Enjoy!

What do Ben Franklin, Albert Einstein and Plato have in common? All have provided memorable quotes about taxes over the last 100 years. Since the American Tax Code is celebrating it’s 100th birthday tomorrow, it…

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IRS: “We’re sorry for 8 day delay in opening 2012 Tax Season”

The Internal Revenue Service said that following Congress’ tax law changes last week it won’t begin processing individual income tax returns until Jan. 30, eight days later than usual. Susanna Kim, ABCNEWS.com, reports: The American…

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I Am Aaron Worthing (or My Contribution to “Everybody Post about Brett Kimberlin Day”)

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke – Ever wonder why people hate lawyers and think our judicial system is a joke? Well, if you…

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Bruce Bartlett on Wealth Flight

Bruce Bartlett writing for the New York Times in Will Rich People Desert the U.S. if Their Taxes Are Raised? says: In recent years, the number of Americans renouncing their citizenship has increased. According to…

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American Taxpayers’ Taxes Exceed their Living Expenses

Kevin Duncan of The Tax Foundation writes in Americans Paying More in Taxes than for Food, Clothing, and Shelter: In 2012, Americans will pay approximately $4.041 trillion in taxes, which is $152 billion, or 3.9%,…

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