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Super Trump

Dear Friends and Family, On the eve of Super Tuesday, I feel compelled to speak my mind. For those interested, please read on. It’s my opinion only and it’s not my place to tell you WHO to vote for. If for some reason you are interested, please write me and I’ll tell you who I’m … Continue reading

237 Years

237 years ago, some brave men on the east coast pledged their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to stand up for liberty and spit in the face of tyranny. They banded together and battled the world’s most formidable army, the brutal elements and the doubt of those who blindly held steadfast in their support of … Continue reading

Free Tax Aware App Now Available At The App Store

Do you know your #TaxFootprint ? How about your #TaxFreedomDay ? Tax Day is one week away. As you are completing your US Tax Returns, download our free app and see just how much your really paid in taxes last year. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tax-aware/id628890538?ls=1&mt=8

And The Wealth Tax Cometh – #CyprusDebacle

The latest shoe to drop in the EuroZone is the demand by the EU, ECB and the IMF that depositors on the island country of Cyprus pay for the systemic failure of the central bankers by leavying a ‘one-time wealth tax’ on bank accounts. This amounts to outright theft and further erodes consumer confidence in … Continue reading

And Tax Hikes In The US Having Similar Effect To Greece

On the heels of our report about Tax Hikes in Greece having the unintended consequences of REDUCING overall revenue, the New York Times is reporting similar consequences to the Payroll Tax Hikes here in the US. But, but, but if we raise taxes on the wealthy, won’t that solve all of our problems? Yeah right – … Continue reading

Imagine That – Tax Hikes Backfire On The Greeks

In what can only be described as Shock and Awe II, Greek politicrats were dumbfounded yesterday as reports came in showing that recent tax hikes did NOT raise expected state revenue. Instead, tax revenue in the economically bankrupt country fell by 16 percent in January. Our friends at ZeroHedge.com go on to state: tax revenues … Continue reading

Psst – Phil! Here’s How You Say It!!

FINALLY, someone comes out and fills the void created when Phil Mickelson opened the logistical door for the movement against higher taxes. John Karaffa, president of ProSport CPA, a Virginia-based firm that represents nearly 300 professional athletes, primarily in basketball and football is coming out and expounding on the comments that Phil so meekly shied … Continue reading

Arrgghh! Phil – WTF???

Some things really tick us off and Political Correctness in the face of logic and reasoning may very well top the list. Earlier this week, PGA Golfer Phil Mickelson expressed his rightful concern that higher taxes – federal and the state of California where he resides – will lead to some ‘drastic decisions’ in 2013. … Continue reading

Get Ready To Pay More At The Pump

And it has nothing to do with supply or demand. Rather, it’s Fedzilla’s exponentially increasing appetite and the prospects of a depleted ‘Highway Fund’. As per usual, there is no mention of Spending Control. Rather, our gluttonous bureaucrats want to raise your taxes – yet again. Read more at The Washington Examiner: http://washingtonexaminer.com/new-pay-per-mile-scheme-would-boost-taxes-250-percent/article/2518504#.UPR6b6VuAqZ

Layoffs in the Financial Sector

Layoffs are not unique to Food Service (as reported here). Morgan Stanley and AMEX are the latest to announce workforce reductions. Is it just me or is this all painfully obvious??? http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/01/10/on-the-right-track-american-express-to-cut-5400-jobs-morgan-stanley-will-slash-1600-more/