What Maine’s “Tax Reform” Will Do For Your Wedding
The “tax reform” legislation currently suspended pending the Peoples Veto vote next month is anything but a meaningful reform. Rather, it’s what a legislative body does whilst trying to avoid tax reform: shuffle the deck chairs around a bit and spread the pain of their irresponsibility to undeserving small business owners who didn’t expect their elected representatives to make the goods and services they sell more expensive and their compliance costs greater.
In the spirit of blowback, here’s a rather effective video illustrating the effect that Maine’s “tax reform” will have on that June wedding. Compliments of “Save the Mortgage Interest Deduction”: