Saturday, 14 November 2020

Economists suggest $10 daily tax for those who work from home

quote [ The base argument here is that people who work from home aren't using gas, buying coffee, doing things to help the economy that those who go into work tend to do.

Deutsche Bank researcher Luke Templeman is suggesting a $10 a day work from home tax in the U.S. ]

I read this bullshit logic and now I'm asking you to share the burden of my curse. I think my ears are bleeding.
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[by snowfox]
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oakfloorboard said @ 8:14am GMT on 14th November
yes, this is certainly a better idea than just adding a smaller tax to all workers - you would make way more money to 'help out workers with lower paying jobs' by having the tax hit the highest earners.

oakfloorboard said @ 8:15am GMT on 14th November
Yes, this is certainly a better idea than just adding a smaller tax to all workers..

You would make way more money to 'help out workers with lower paying jobs' by having the tax hit the highest earners.



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oakfloorboard said @ 8:14am GMT on 14th November [Score:1 Underrated]
Yes, this is certainly a better idea than just adding a smaller tax to all workers..

You would make way more money to 'help out workers with lower paying jobs' by having the tax hit the highest earners.




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