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Seattle Slaps Big Business With More Taxes To Pay For The Poor Head tax
She Man
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05-17-2018 04:19 AM

 



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beermug Seattle Slaps Big Business With More Taxes To Pay For The Poor Head tax
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Executives at Amazon, Starbucks and other large businesses with operations in Seattle, Washington are fuming over the newly approved “head tax” passed unanimously by the city council.

The city council says the money will be used to address the homeless crisis in the city and is expected to raise $48 Million a year for the cause.

“This is hilarious, two of the biggest and most liberal companies in the U.S. now want to tap out because their cities are too liberal,” Coglianese said.

Businesses making more than $20 million in gross revenues will have to fork over an extra S275 per full-time worker each year.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/05/16/thedc-...e-embassy/
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05-17-2018 04:28 AM

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RE: Seattle Slaps Big Business With More Taxes To Pay For The Poor Head tax
She Man  Wrote: (05-17-2018 04:19 AM)
Executives at Amazon, Starbucks and other large businesses with operations in Seattle, Washington are fuming over the newly approved “head tax” passed unanimously by the city council.

The city council says the money will be used to address the homeless crisis in the city and is expected to raise $48 Million a year for the cause.

“This is hilarious, two of the biggest and most liberal companies in the U.S. now want to tap out because their cities are too liberal,” Coglianese said.

Businesses making more than $20 million in gross revenues will have to fork over an extra S275 per full-time worker each year.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/05/16/thedc-...e-embassy/

They're fining you for poor head?

Muther fukoxz

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