Topic: A Tax to Grind, A Tax to Grind
Monday, 19 September 2011 by David H. LeVan
For those of you who have cruised, you know the pinnacle of this eating frenzy is the midnight buffet. On one special night you top off the above described day of eating with a beautiful midnight buffet that would rival any glorious dining experience you’ve ever had. Or… at least they used to have midnight buffets. It seems tough economic times have caused the cruise lines to rethink what we “need” when it comes to eating. Find out more by watching our latest PropTax Minute.
Friday, 16 September 2011 by David H. LeVan
I remember as a kid my dad telling me “life isn’t fair and the sooner you get over that fact the happier you’ll be”. That used to really bug me! Why isn’t life fair? Why do I have to accept that?
We’ll it seems I work in an industry that isn’t always fair. Why is it that a state like Kentucky can go back 4 years in an audit if they think there is a potential liability but a taxpayer can only go back 2 years if a savings opportunity exists? And, why does that same state charge 5% interest on money that the taxpayer owes them and only pays 1% interest on money they owe the taxpayer?
I guess my dad was right. It’s just not fair!