Flattening the curve on COVID-19 has meant flattening the curve on tax season, too, pushing everything down the line a bit so that the final day to hand over the government’s cut of our hard-earned income comes up on July 15.
That’s given us an unparalleled opportunity in a time of crisis to assess what we’re getting for our money. Amidst the smoking ruins of 2020, it’s understandable if you regret every penny you’ve ever surrendered to a tax collector.
The year 2020 should stand forever as evidence that, rather than a solution, government is often a cup of gasoline just waiting to be thrown on a fire. The spark this time was a tiny, but deadly, virus.
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