Thursday, November 12, 2020

Taxing Remote Workers: Why Luke Templeman Needs to Draw Mohammed

Surprise surprise, soy boy in banking advocates taxing remote workers to help out people not fortunate enough to blah blah blah.

Seriously, it's like they have a 24-7 team to just take every advancement or good thing that happens to society and ruin it.

8 comments:

Kraemer said...

For some reason, the link redirects to a page of the Captain Capitalism blog that does not exist

sysadmn said...

This will become more talked about as cities look at falling tax receipts. My son's work implemented a mandatory work from home policy through late 2021. He moved from Manhattan to the US midwest, and had his work address changed to his new location. NYC sales tax is 8.875%, his is 7.5%. The tax savings paid for the move and most of the cost of breaking a Manhattan lease. His coworkers did the same, saving 90 minute commutes, and paying township taxes in Connecticut and New Jersey instead of NYC.

heresolong said...

Link is broken.

A Texan said...

Leftist ruin everything! It's really time to have these people physically removed society. Maybe like a one way ticket to Cuba or Venezuela or North Korea, or other means.

Nothing like an open air concentration camp for those who need it most. And make sure to fill it with some white poop libs and give them lots of duh-versity.

Ahuehuete said...

Gotta love it, now the globalists want to punish those who have reduced their "carbon footprint" by not commuting to the office. Not to mention that the WFH crowd are supposedly helping to stop the spread of Covid. Oh well, better punish that too.

LBD said...

Link is bad

Unknown said...

I wonder is there once was a case where a solution to a problem was to lower tax?

Nick Ruisi said...

See what happens when you started posting on LinkedIn ? you clued the boomer bosses in, dude.