Blog/The Hunt for Taxes

Cops Shutdown Girl’s Lemonade Stand for No Permit

The Texas sisters Andria, 8, and Zoey Green, 7, wanted to raise about $100 to take their dad to Splash Kingdom as a Father’s Day present, so they set up a [...]

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Cashless Society – Tracking Gold – the Hunt for Loose Change

QUESTION: Hi Marty, if they eliminate cash – how would that affect 3rd world countries? Wouldn’t that add a huge dose of salt on that part of the [...]

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Global Warming: Weather Is the Newest CIA Weapon

The CIA loves to waste money, dreaming up schemes for fights that are just not real. They are listening to academics talk about global warming and are living in [...]

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Raising Tax Rates Reduces Tax Revenues

New security devices intend to stop robots by making the user answer a simple math equation, such as the sum of 3 + 5. While this may be beneficial, it most likely [...]

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Cashless Society – Tracking Gold – the Hunt for Loose Change

QUESTION: Hi Marty, if they eliminate cash – how would that affect 3rd world countries? Wouldn’t that add a huge dose of salt on that part of the [...]

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Canada’s Hunt for Cash Turns Against Trading Profits in Retirement Funds

The Canadian tax man is looking at trading in retirement accounts and redefining them as businesses in order to demand taxes. Even if you trade with retirement [...]

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Obama Is Targeting Your Retirement Accounts

Presidential approval ratings show that Obama now enjoys the status of a lower approval rating than George W. Bush, and that is really saying something. Obama is [...]

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Summers Blames People Who Save

We are simply drowning with people in charge who have no real world experience. According to the former US Treasury Secretary and Harvard economist Larry Summers [...]

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Tax Rebellion in Denmark?

In Fredensborg, Denmark, ten official cars from the Tax Administration Office were set on fire and destroyed overnight in a protest. Police received notification [...]

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The War on Cash Is Going Completely Nuts in Europe

Austria is where the Sovereign Debt Crisis began with a bank failure in 1931. Today, Austria continues to have a raging controversy over the abolition of bank [...]

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