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The Most Outrageous Tax Loopholes

sawdustking Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 9:56 AM
Free beer should always be tax deductible. If you pay for the beer you must pay the alcohol tax, then pay sales tax on the alcohol tax, pay income tax on the money earned to pay the alcohol and sales tax, and the store owner pays taxes on the profit as do the distributor and brewery. If someone wants to give a guy a free beer, let him.

Free beer for customers. Body oil as a work expense.  Do you know what people across America are being allowed to write off on their taxes?


From Townhall Magazine's EXCLUSIVE April feature, "The Most Outrageous Tax Looopholes," by Helen Whalen-Cohen:

It’s April, which means Americans are thinking about taxes. While Townhall is not opposed to people keeping their own money in the form of tax credits and deductions, we feel the tax code in its current form is so complex that...

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