It is quite demoralizing to honest taxpayers to constantly hear and read about how embezzlers can obtain $20,000 or $2 million illegally and get off tax-free.
Its backers say “Vermonters will benefit,” by which they mean the Vermonters who pocket the program benefits, not the Vermonters who pay for them through their electric bills.
Every time you think the Democrat and Progressive supermajority isn’t arrogant enough to raise your taxes again, they do. Vermont already spends over $2 billion a year on education and more than $6 billion on health care. Tune in to see what’s coming next.
In 2020, Vermonters must exterminate flour beetle legislators at the polls. Voters wish to retain sufficient flour for their own larders, against the day that is imminent — the day the national economy declines and the Legislature finally peers into its own empty bag of tricks.
Check out the wacky new bills Vermont’s far-left, one-party legislature is thinking about passing into law to make life more difficult and expensive for us.
We don’t have to guess anymore about the effects of the tax cuts. After actually filing their taxes with the IRS, Americans saw their average effective tax rates decline by 13% (or about 1.5 percentage points). Despite claims to the contrary, every income group benefited from the tax cut.
The percentage of Vermonters in their prime working years of ages 25-64 will drop below 50 percent by 2030, a new demographic study says. As Vermont gets older and grayer, there will be employment and state revenue consequences.
In the classic Italian dessert, tiramisu is comprised of rich layers of ladyfingers, espresso and mascarpone blended with eggs and sugar. In the modern government concoction of tax tiramisu, the layers of siphoned taxpayer funds do not appear distasteful until the whole stack is examined.
The past practices of the Democrat-Progressives who have been in charge of state government for a while now managed to give us a $4.5 billion deficit in the state retirement fund and a $70 million deficit in the current operating budget.
According to a report by the Vermont Agency of Administration, personal income tax revenue continues to come in at a higher rate than anticipated, and that’s been an ongoing trend since the 2018 GOP tax cuts.
T.J. Donovan believes that even if you take a photo of a public record with your own cell phone, you’re breaking the law — unless you fork over some money to the state coffers.