Are pennies worth minting? Many people believe they’re a waste of money, but some people believe that they’re still worth minting. Pennies should not be minted for many reasons such as, the penny costs more money to make then the penny has in value.Another reason is that pennies are a severe waste in time such as people often pay with pennies as a practical joke, which means hard working employees often have to spend the time to count those pennies. The final reason is because the penny is losing the government money. All in all the penny should not be printed anymore because they cost more to make then they have value, then they are a waste of time as in counting the, and finally reason is that pennies are losing the government money.
After reading the case, “Choosing Lots”, the best resolution in this situation would be Lots A because each person deserves equal rights just like the wealthy people do. Lots A is basically where poor and immigrants lives without transportation. Lots A and Lots B can buy their own public transportation since they basically live in a “wealthy” neighborhood. They don’t need the government agencies to buy a public transportation for them. The government agencies needs to be thinking about the lower class not the upper class.
Because now you can be fined if you do not have insurance. It has made our taxes go up especially for the wealthy. It is making people lose their jobs and hours because businesses are cutting the worker hours to avoid covering the extra cost of employees insurance. People should not have to pay for health insurance or be threatened with a large fine for not having it. It is intrusive for the government to require you to have insurance.
The current tax policy in the United States is unfair to Americans, specifically ones who love to shop. Sales tax percentages may vary depending on the parish where individuals reside. If you are a big spender, the tax can take a huge toll on your bank account rather than the person a few states away who buys the exact same merchandise as you, but pays less due to the lower tax percentage. Although revenue from sales taxes helps fund basic services and initiatives such as public safety, education, and recreation, it is in the best interest of our country and its citizens to revise or replace this policy by making the percentage the same overall in every state. Unfortunately, Louisiana shoppers are forced to pay highest average sales tax in America which is why it should be
The positives about having it is that it could be more convenet for you to have bags that you choose to just bring from home, rather than going and getting your grocery 's for the month and having to pay extra because you didn 't bring your own bags, so why be punished? Bax tax would also be looked at like a punishment to punish the people who cant afford anything; when you 're already on rock bottom and having to scrape by, it 's hard to have to budget a new experience I would know I 've been in that position before. Having bag tax would show the common people how bad that we are also hurting our mother earth, to see the damage that our human race have caused. But to be the worker who has to enforce that would be hard because you would have to just keep track. Bag tax is actually working in Chicago, Illinois; It 's boosting there economy and getting better funding for the
As senator Charles E. schumer has made clear they can help the economy by paying fines to become citizens. They can also help create more jobs and opportunities for employment. Schumer's point is that by paying fines they can become citizens and are also helping the economy. Some might argue that they are taking away opportunities for american citizens to earn jobs and salaries. However what must be remembered is that without improvement to the economy less people would stop moving in and would take a long time for americans to make to economy the same way as diffrent undocumented immigrants would.
He says that with the wealthy using their power to pay low taxes, shape monopolies, and obtain favorable treatment by the government it is not only causing inequality, but causing a divide between the the wealthy and the rest of the nation. He discusses how that with all these factors coming in to play, the end result is not only morally wrong but also hurts the productivity in the economy. A quote from the book essentially captures what Stiglitz is trying to promote, "The top 1 percent of Americans gained 93 percent of the additional income created in the country in 2010, as compared with 2009." The book does a fantastic job of laying out the facts. The Price of Inequality is basically divided into three
Increasing taxes will result in citizens spending less money, causing the economy to go down. Taking loans will only cause an increase in taxes or decrease in another sector. Either which ways the government ends up blowing money into something that will never return the money or give anything useful
Like most Republicans, Vinick supports tax cuts for all, the rich and poor alike. To ensure a balanced budget while cutting the taxes, he plans to decrease Congresses’ allowance. Santos, on the other hand, will not cut the taxes.
If we raise the minimum wage, not only are jobs going to be lost. But middle-class is not going to be so middle class any more. What really happens if we raise minimum wage, is it doesn’t affect the rich people, but it definitely affects the middle-class, considering that 's where a majority portion of the money is taken