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March 17, 2017

Fair Share of Income Tax – Did Trump Pay It?

Summary Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return shows him paying a 25% income tax rate. Some say he is not paying his fair share. But what percentage is fair? In 1941, Roosevelt raised the top marginal US income tax rate to 100%. Is that enough for being a fair share? And […]
November 28, 2016

The Meaning of Her Majesty in Canadian Law and Crown Property – Part 2

Summary Part 1 shows how Canada uses Her Majesty in the legal sense as meaning all Canadians. Her Majesty, while holding an office as Canada, holds property on behalf of all Canadians. It does not mean that Queen Elizabeth as a natural or private person owns all Crown property. Therefore, […]
October 23, 2016

Both Styles of SIN for Canada Savings Bonds

Summary Canada Savings Bond (“CSB”) and Canada Performance Bond (“CPB”) applications use the SIN styled in two ways. The forms for buying, transferring ownership, and reporting redemptions of CSB and CPB use the SIN in two styles that corroborates Apu’s Theory. “Social Insurance Number” means you are legally liable. In […]
July 31, 2016

Fun Quiz: Six Canadian Income Tax Myths

July 24, 2016

The Hidden Agenda Behind CCB (Canada Child Benefit)

The Hidden Agenda Behind the CCB On July 20, 2016, Canada launched the new Canada Child Benefit (CCB). Over 1.6 million Canadians have visited the CRA website to calculate how much “free money” they could receive through the CCB. As government is notoriously inefficient, could you be further ahead financially […]