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Member Since 04/02/2022
Last Seen 05/05/2022
Location Christchurch

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You'll probably get locked out, and it'll take 'em a month to reply to the support ticket for warranty.
26/04/2022 - 19:51
Yeah mobile data is crazy expensive here, the only other place off the top of my head that gets screwed like we do is Canada.
28/03/2022 - 17:17
Not really no, I haven't been to a petrol station in years. I know that you have a learning difficulty which impairs your comprehension,...
17/03/2022 - 18:12
The 3M 8205 like the ones at Bunnings are great. The plastic clamshell packaging can be used to hold the mask so it doesn't get dirty when...
17/03/2022 - 11:30
> Where did the other $800 go? Not relevant. But, for the low income earner it most likely would eventually be spent on basic necessities...
17/03/2022 - 09:56
Uhh... You really need to read the link that you posted yourself again. Read it really slowly and really really really carefully. Let me...
17/03/2022 - 09:40
Explain to me, by using the link and definition you posted of regressive tax, how GST is not regressive? Because the article you posted...
17/03/2022 - 09:30
> In both your example incomes ($200 and $1000) the exact same percentage of GST is paid. >That is neither a regressive tax nor a...
17/03/2022 - 09:27
> If two incomes (using your example - $200 and $1000) both attract the same percentage of GST paid, how is that regressive? Because that...
16/03/2022 - 23:48
Its okay, you've dug yourself into a hole and have no idea about economics or accounting or equitability or how various tax systems work...
16/03/2022 - 23:37
>you'll quickly see how the two different incomes lead to the same overall tax paid percentages. And this is where your oversimplified...
16/03/2022 - 23:33
> the same tax gets paid. Literally not the point. You don't even understand the difference between regressive and progressive taxation....
16/03/2022 - 23:32
You really need to go back to intermediate school and retake the economics they teach 11 year old children. Although I doubt that you will...
16/03/2022 - 23:31
Since you're incapable of grasping a very simple concept that is literally taught to 11 year old children, I think there really is no point...
16/03/2022 - 23:27
>the same percentage tax is paid on both incomes. Holy shit, you still don't get it.
16/03/2022 - 23:25
Have been audited by both IRD and ATO in the past three years... Neither found any shortcomings, primarily because it is all automated and...
16/03/2022 - 23:23
> The person who earned $1,000 and spent $200 paid 15% GST on that $200 at that point. Go and read up what regressive taxes are. What you...
16/03/2022 - 23:22
> Either you are lying through your teeth, or you are failing in your tax obligations, or you have no idea - I think everyone can see that...
16/03/2022 - 23:19
> In both examples, the total GST paid is the same percentage of production / income. No. The $200 food purchase for the low income earner...
16/03/2022 - 23:17
> Both of your examples, the people consume the same resources, and pay the same tax on the $200 that they have used up / consumed. What...
16/03/2022 - 23:11
> Your entire GST obligations are handled in ten seconds across two countries, so it is fairly obvious how much you care about integrity....
16/03/2022 - 23:09
> This has been looked at many times before - almost everything you are saying is so wrong, it is ludicrous. And yet it works perfectly...
16/03/2022 - 22:57
>By your analogy, zero is a negative number. Its okay, you don't know what a regressive tax. Its fine to admit that you don't know what...
16/03/2022 - 22:50
It certainly does indeed seem like the very fairest tax you can get. Regressive taxes, like GST, have a much higher impact on low income...
16/03/2022 - 22:49
Yes, GST is a "flat" tax... Which is exactly what makes it a regressive tax. So yeah, seems like you have no idea what a regressive tax is.
16/03/2022 - 22:43
Yes, and GST is a regressive tax because it is applied uniformly. Maybe you're the one that doesn't know what a regressive tax is?
16/03/2022 - 20:27
GST is a regressive tax, and perfectly fine for more luxurious products and services. However those that struggle the most, pay the most...
16/03/2022 - 20:01
>adds costs into every single business that is GST registered Trash. Does every single business sell fresh produce? How would a GST...
16/03/2022 - 19:59