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S’pore to tax taxes to remind S’poreans of importance of taxation

S’pore to tax taxes to remind S’poreans of importance of taxation

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This will ensure national revenue in future.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is their duty to be taxed to ensure the survival of the country and its ruling political party, are happy.

This after they will have their taxes taxed in a bid to ensure national revenue for Singapore in the future via more taxes.

Jin Tat Lui, a Singaporean, said: “Since water, an essential resource, is already being taxed, there is no reason for taxes not to be taxed at all.”

“By putting a price on taxes would remind Singaporeans of its importance.”

Other locals said taxes can be more effective if it is taxed sufficiently.

Another local, Heng Lui, said: “A tax tax would remind Singaporeans not to waste money unnecessarily.”

“This will prevent Singaporeans from spending on frivolous things like holidays overseas or buying a nice car.”

“If they insist on them, these things will be taxed too to raise the importance of these things.”

 

 

 

 

 





S’pore to start taxing air to remind S’poreans of its importance

S’pore to start taxing air to remind S’poreans of its importance

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This will ensure national revenue in future.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is their duty to be taxed to ensure the survival of the country and its ruling political party, are happy.

This after they will be taxed for breathing air in a bid to ensure national revenue for Singapore in the future.

Jin Tat Lui, a Singaporean, said: “Since water, an essential resource, is already being taxed, there is no reason air for breathing cannot be taxed as well.”

“By putting a price on air would remind Singaporeans of its importance.”

Other locals said air conservation can be more effective if it is taxed sufficiently.

Another local, Kong Qi, said: “An air tax would remind Singaporeans not to waste air unnecessarily.”

“This will prevent Singaporeans from whining and complaining too much as it will soon cost them some each them they open their mouths to make a remark.”

 

 

 

 

 





S’pore to start taxing air to remind S’poreans of its importance

S’pore to start taxing air to remind S’poreans of its importance

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This will ensure national revenue in future.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is their duty to be taxed to ensure the survival of the country and its ruling political party, are happy.

This after they will be taxed for breathing air in a bid to ensure national revenue for Singapore in the future.

Jin Tat Lui, a Singaporean, said: “Since water, an essential resource, is already being taxed, there is no reason air for breathing cannot be taxed as well.”

“By putting a price on air would remind Singaporeans of its importance.”

Other locals said air conservation can be more effective if it is taxed sufficiently.

Another local, Kong Qi, said: “An air tax would remind Singaporeans not to waste air unnecessarily.”

“This will prevent Singaporeans from whining and complaining too much as it will soon cost them some each them they open their mouths to make a remark.”

 

 

 

 

 





S’porean child paid S$15,000 carbon emissions tax for bringing electric animal ride for spin

S’porean child paid S$15,000 carbon emissions tax for bringing electric animal ride for spin

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She intends to call Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong personally to ask why.

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A six-year-old Singaporean child was made to pay a S$15,000 carbon emissions tax.

This after she brought her electric animal ride for a spin.

The Land Transport Authority said in response that the carbon emissions tax was imposed as the electric animal ride was a second-hand used vehicle and was less efficient compared to a brand new one.

Moreover, Singapore is the only country in the world that requires one to pay electricity bill and be taxed for using the electricity because it is used to power a vehicle.

The six-year-old girl, Hua Qia, said she is not letting this matter rest: “I will personally call Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to ask why this is the case.”

“Shouldn’t Singapore support the use of electric vehicles? Why am I penalised for picking the green option?”

“And why am I paying electricity bills and paying a tax just because I am powering an electric vehicle?”

“If that’s the case, shouldn’t people who use electric wheelchairs to get around be taxed too?”

So old some more, not efficient already. Majulah.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Thursday, March 10, 2016

 

 

 

 

 











Cigarettes, alcohol completely sold out as S’pore announces plan to increase taxes from today

Cigarettes, alcohol completely sold out as S’pore announces plan to increase taxes from today

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Consumers snatch alcohol and cigarettes from shelves as it is every man for himself.

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All cigarettes and alcohol are completely sold out island-wide in Singapore.

Major supermarkets and mama shops have put up notices saying there are no stock left.

This after Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam delivered the Budget statement 2014 at 3.30pm in Parliament today.

He said taxes for cigarettes, and other manufactured tobacco products, will go up by 10 per cent, and liquor duties will be raised by 25 percent.

One Singaporean, Lim Kah Tor, said: “Tonight I will drink and smoke until don’t recognise house.”

 

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