Luxury items 

David Chartrand: Luxury tax or job killer?

Breadcrumb Links PF Comment Don’t be fooled by its name, the luxury tax only pays lip service to fair taxation A worker inspects a helicopter door at a Bell Helicopter Textron Canada manufacturing facility in Mirabel, Quebec. Photo by Graham Hughes/Bloomberg Files Content of the article Delivering on a Liberal campaign promise to tackle wealth inequality in Canada, the recent federal budget refines 2021 proposals to impose a “luxury tax” on cars and planes costing more than $100,000. The tax should be 20% of the value over $100,000 or 10%…

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Local auction 

Wine in the Grove | News

Proceeds from the event go towards scholarships providing local youth, adults and seniors with the funding necessary to participate in the programs offered by LARPD. On average, the LARPD Foundation serves 80 residents per year, but the need for scholarships is growing and the foundation hopes to rise to the challenge of providing assistance to residents in need. “This event provides a unique opportunity to have a good time and give back to the community,” Banning said. “Scholarships have already been awarded to children for swimming lessons or summer camps…

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Auction items 

Silver Dollar City and Celebration City auction will take place in June

BRANSON, Mo. — A public auction to empty warehouses full of items from Celebration City and Silver Dollar City is taking place the first week of June in Branson. The auction is a joint effort between Essick Auction and Three Creeks Auction. The organizers call it a must. “This auction combines many collectibles and memorabilia from Branson and Route 66 history, as well as new items from the Silver Dollar City warehouse, attractions and storage!” According to the page Event website. Sparta woman sings with Carrie Underwood Celebration City and…

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