Should five per cent appear too small,
Be thankful I don’t take it all.
Tax Man – The Beatles
Well with Tax Day upon us here’s a nice reminder that we still get to keep a bit more than 5% of our earnings. But as the contemporary gold rush draws more and more people to government, the closer to 5% we’re going to get.
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