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Economics Is The Study Of Incentives

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on Tuesday, 19 September 2017 07:38

 

When the BC Government lowered Tolls on 3 Bridges the volume of traffic boomed. This should reminds politicians that if you want fewer jobs all you need to do is raise taxes and increase regulations. President Trump's major tax reductions, if they go through, would be a major positive incentive for economic growth.

....also from Michael: The Pattern is Set - Deficit Spending Is Now Normal Practice

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The Feds & Small Business: A Breathtaking Disconnect

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on Monday, 18 September 2017 08:04

 

The massive backlash coming from Family businesses, Doctors, Lawyers Farmers & small businesses is an indication just how little the architects of this legislation understand small businesses. Or understand how much they already pay in taxes. 

....also from Michael: BC and Alberta Have Upped The Cost of Cutting Emissions

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Great Interview with the Legend, Jim Dines

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In The Name of Fairness

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on Friday, 15 September 2017 08:24

 

Do you believe the Federal Liberals declaration that the new tax changes on small business are fair? Mike does not, and today he spells out why the last thing these tax changes are is fair. 

...also from Michael: Worldwide Stock Market Rally - The Latests Stat's Can

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The Pattern is Set - Deficit Spending Is Now Normal Practice

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on Thursday, 14 September 2017 09:14

 

Why aren't the majority of Canadians bothered by the Trudeau Government's increased spending and borrowing over what they promised during the election. Problem is, the Canadians that will be paying the accumulated debt are the younger generation, those taxpayers who do not yet seem to be fully aware that it will be them on the hook for the Liberal Government policy of deficit spending, and piling up debt even when times are good and the economy is doing well. 

.....also from Michael: BC Using Carbon Tax To Raise Revenue

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BC Using Carbon Tax To Raise Revenue

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on Wednesday, 13 September 2017 08:32

BC Joins Alberta in using the carbon tax to raise general revenues, just like any other tax. And in the process dramatically changes the cost/benefit analysis. 

....related: Taxes, Taxes, And Even More Taxes

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Taxes, Taxes, And Even More Taxes

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on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 07:41

 

BC's Government is going to raise taxes on corporations plus and increase in taxes on the "rich", or those earning $150K +. Thats on top of the Federal Liberals raising the costliest taxes of all on entreprenuers and small business. 

....also from Michael: Don't Change a Thing!

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Don't Change Anything!

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on Monday, 11 September 2017 07:54

 

Often in  elections people vote for change, though in BC's case its likely that most voters are happy that BC leads the country in economic performance. Basically if the new NDP Government makes no changes at all, BC is a growth powehouse. Growth is projected to be between 3 - 3.5% this year and job growth 5.4% this year and next.

.....also Michael's Editorial: It's a Tax Battle Royal

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