The US taxes its citizens regardless of where their money is earned or where they live. The results of that taxation is a mountain of paperwork that can force US citizens to hire international tax specialists.
The burden of filing international taxes increased in recent years after the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act became law in 2010.
Bye bye Boston😭 Hello Chelsea, but still in US😜
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Update: Well, as it turns out, not really. As the bidding went up in price, so did my blood-pressure. This is clearly not my cup of tea. But eventually clearer heads prevailed. On to the next adventure.
If cities and towns can run their own TV stations, or if they can create local or regional electric utilities, why can’t they run their own ISPs?
Evidence 1:from Kansas City
If we consider education as a business en-devour, we should be running it as a business. However, most of the education in the USA is marketed as a non-profit.
Here are some thoughts on methodology and what it means in a broader context.
“that well-meaning people, in a crowd, often take punishment too far.”
An article from the NYT Magazine by Jon Ronson, Feb. 12, 2015
Heartwarming story about the humanity of some people that are around. here, which is of course is on The Atlantic. Enjoy!