Welcome! Sorry to be a day late, but I have tweaked my back and am trying to take care of it until I get an appointment with the chiropractor, which with covid is nearly impossible. Our tech guru is working on some new ads for Facebook with some new bonuses. Keep an eye out for those if you don’t have a copy of You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! yet, or even if you do, you could get a copy for a loved one and take advantage of the FREE bonuses!
Lady Linda and I have also been discussing possibly going back to our old title (Just The Way You Are – You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It!) because we feel it describes the mission of the book better. We would appreciate any comments you have on this dilemma.
We are also going to be contacting organizations regarding our You’re Amazing class to keep us in mind when they open up and/or to put us on their schedule if they are using speakers now. If you know of anyone who is interested in having Neal speak or teaching a class, please let us know and we can send them further information. Thanks.
Now for this week’s lesson:
In the last two week (blogs posted on 9-9-20 and 9-16-20) I have been exploring something that is math and not politics. This series started with two things, one a man by the name of Jonathan G*r*u*b*e*r who said that the government depended on the voter being stupid regarding how their own system of government works. Look him up, you will find video of him on YouTube. And the second thing, was the question, should corporations pay taxes? After looking at the math, we find that you and I (the customer) pays the tax not the corporation.
Last week (blog posted on 9-16-20) we asked another question:
Question: When the government raises taxes on the corporation, who as you now know you the customer pays the tax, does this tax affect all corporations (big and small) the same way?
Answer: The tax on corporations does not affect all corporations the same way. The mathematical facts are that big corporations can work the tax into the price of their products. However, small corporations (Mom & Pop Corporations) cannot easily raise prices. And, if the tax goes up enough, mom and pop go out of business.
So, by the government raising taxes on corporations, it actually helps large corporations by getting rid of their competition. Because of this, large corporations actually want the government to raise their taxes because you the customer pays the tax and it gets rid of their competition. This in return forces you and I the customer to buy only from the large corporation.
I also told you that as an inventor I have more questions about this scam that the government is running. This week’s question is,
Question: What happens if the government raises a corporation’s taxes too much?(more…)