Sep 19 2014
Sep 18 2014

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communismkills:

communismkills:

My parents are encouraging me to drop out of college.

I don’t know what to do.

They’re going on and on about how it wasn’t mean to be, and how they never went to college and ended out okay.

Go military!! I dropped out of college after 3 years because i had a calling to the service.

thinksquad:

Uncle Sam may start charging you for the right to access the Internet.

Or you might soon find yourself paying a sales tax on purchases made at online retailers like Amazon and eBay.

Depending on whom you ask, the two issues are either completely unrelated or close cousins. The first is a sort of doomsday scenario that would come to pass if a long-standing federal ban on charging a tax for Internet access isn’t renewed by Congress. The second will become reality if an online-sales-tax bill, supported by brick-and-mortar retailers, gets passed as a piggyback measure to the ban.

Before Congress flees Washington later this week to begin its final burst of election-season campaigning, it must address the ban on federal, state, and local taxes on Internet access due to expire on Nov. 1.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/tech/congress-is-about-to-decide-whether-to-tax-your-internet-20140917?ref=facebook.com

thinksquad:

Uncle Sam may start charging you for the right to access the Internet.

Or you might soon find yourself paying a sales tax on purchases made at online retailers like Amazon and eBay.

Depending on whom you ask, the two issues are either completely unrelated or close cousins. The first is a sort of doomsday scenario that would come to pass if a long-standing federal ban on charging a tax for Internet access isn’t renewed by Congress. The second will become reality if an online-sales-tax bill, supported by brick-and-mortar retailers, gets passed as a piggyback measure to the ban.

Before Congress flees Washington later this week to begin its final burst of election-season campaigning, it must address the ban on federal, state, and local taxes on Internet access due to expire on Nov. 1.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/tech/congress-is-about-to-decide-whether-to-tax-your-internet-20140917?ref=facebook.com

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