The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Grow Old

Minding My Matters

Although I like to consider myself well-versed in budgetary and funding topics (well-versed for a lay person), there are definitely still some areas where I am learning the ins and outs. The Delaware estate tax is one of those areas, and as I have been reading about this I’ve become more and more dissatisfied with the decision that was made to cut the tax, as per House Bill 16.

I read Rep Pete Schwartzkopf’s explanation, how this tax was a trade-off for another vote. I understand the concept and importance of compromise, and that we sometimes trade what is good for something we conceive of as better. Right now I’m moderately addicted to this game called Egg, Inc., and as I build my egg farm I have to make choices that impact my farm valuation, which helps me advance in the game. Sometimes I have to determine whether doing a…

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2 thoughts on “The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Grow Old

  1. When the Democrat Reps vote enmass against -against- the Citizens in the Red Clay suburbs, We respond by voting for Republican tickets. This action allows the estate money to be sheltered. Extreme PC thought, like the foul language recently used by Kowalko replying to thoughtful Citizens on this blog, actually set back the interests of our society. Direct result.

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