Posts Tagged by Property Tax
|February 25, 2015||Posted by Tine Vanhee under Good Press|
While three more voices praise rendering unto Caesar the values that society generates, one nation adds a tax on a common type of sale — dumb idea.
|February 6, 2015||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The alternative newspaper of Albany, New York’s capital, again calls for a rational public revenue reform.
|October 16, 2014||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles, High Cost of Land, Inequality / Concentration|
Who doesn’t want to be a landlord? Without inventing a better mousetrap or starring in a Hollywood movie, you can rake in a fortune.
|October 5, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
How’d you like to pay your community, not landlords or banks, for the land under your home? It’d improve equity and efficiency.
|September 4, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The Financial Times, the main business press of the UK, has the guts that the Wall Street Journal of the US lacks.
|August 18, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Voters in Canada’s Winnipeg have a chance to elect a leader with the guts to confront land speculation and thus improve the city.
|August 17, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
Solar firms have found friends in sunny California, but if those friendly politicos want to get serious, they must fine polluters.
|June 12, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The Guardian’s George Monbiot slams his Labour Party for rejecting a tax on land value and caving in to conservatives.
|March 25, 2014||Posted by Scott Baker under Editorials|
No longer are well-connected companies mere parasites, now they’re full-fledged econ-eaters! How much will be left when they’re done?
|March 7, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Great Britain’s press comes thru again with support for sanity in tax policy, well ahead of the press of other nations.
|November 25, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Instead of laughing at a great idea, Portlandia’s press praises it.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles|
One way to prosperity is how Singapore did it. They figured out what to do with land value, with the money people pay for a location. That freed them up to choose smart taxes, not dumb ones. Could other places copy the Singapore way? Find out.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
The real state is real estate; land speculators rule the land. If you’re not getting an exemption for your land, then you’re paying more tax so speculators can pay less.
|October 25, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The biggest magazine on economics tells it like it should be.
|July 26, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The granddaddy of business magazines says, in print, that Governments should make more use of land taxes. Taxes on immovable property are the most growth-friendly. They make it more expensive to buy purely for speculation, restraining booms. Developers don’t hoard undeveloped land. Globalized firms and skilled people can’t dodge them. This 2013 excerpt is from The Economist, Jun 29.