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Andrew Packer wrote “Obamacare Decision Says: ‘We Can Tax You on Anything – Whether You Buy It or Not‘” Well, yes, true. Yet his post, like all the others’ I’ve read, doesn’t capture the ugly symmetry in this Supreme Court … Continue reading
In a prior post, I talked about taxing in a “fair” way, and this drew my attention toward another question. Should we tax income or assets?
EAA and AOPA are pushing for relaxed medical licensing of pilots. Maintenance employees of WECO Aerospace before 2007 were misrepresenting work done on aircraft. Bear with me for a minute while I connect the two news stories.
[Complete text is at a new location: http://www.increa.com/articles/division-military-retirement-dual-coverture] When dividing the marriage asset of military retirement pay due to divorce, the issues are superbly different than any other type of retirement. When dealing with normal civilian retirements, a coverture fraction … Continue reading