So, the newly elected government of the province that I live in (Alberta) is introducing legislation to make the business tax rate in our province the lowest in the country.
This, after lowering the minimum wage for young people and people working in the restaurant industry.
(Cause . . . you know . . . both of those groups are swimming in cash and don’t need it.)
There is logic and a legitimate need to helping business; I get it and I understand it.
Let me put this little point out there, however . . . where would be without the average person?
Imagine a place where nobody can afford to buy anything they don’t absolutely need?
Imagine if “Disposable Income” was a thing of the past? What good would lowering the corporate income tax rate do for businesses without any customers?
Here’s a radical thought . . . LOWER THE TAXES ON THE AVERAGE PERSON!
But, then again, I must be a communist to be thinking of such things.
I’ll just go make room for all of those people who will be parking their RV’s near me as the numbers of the Urban Nomads continues to swell . . . but what do I know.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!