I wasn’t going to wade into this morass. But, I keep hearing all the claims and counterclaims- without anyone reverting to the true data, to discern what may or may not be true. And, you know that sort of BS beckons me to clear the air. So, I broke into my queue to enter the fray.
I just finished my Jewish holidays- and then was inundated with folks who failed to file their taxes on the 15th of April. And, what did they do for the ensuing six months? From what I can tell, absolutely nothing. Three of them brought the ubiquitous shoe box- you know, a year’s collection of receipts. The problem? Most of those receipts were printed via heat sensitive ink- and now, 10 to 22 months later, they are a mess of grey blobs, having faded to obscurity.
I have always been a man in a hurry. I rushed through school. I rushed through my careers. I rushed development of new products and processes. I drive quickly. I ride my bike quickly. My (then) wife once said that she knew of only one thing I did that wasn’t rushed…
Yesterday, I explained how the OECD is proposing a tax plan similar to one I’ve been advocating for years.