8 comments for “Ozy and Millie: Not without representation

          • Employers, especially large companies, have more resources to lobby for tax breaks and subsidies. Oh, and it’s not just a US problem, either. At one point, some self-employed people in Sweden were facing an effective income tax rate of over 100%. The good news is that people quickly realized that this was insane, and changed the law.

  1. She’s a single-person law practice. Simple. She has clients but doesn’t work for an employer. Means she has flexibility in scheduling when to meet clients, and could specialize in wills and other areas that only require her to, as she said in a very early one, only occasionally represent people in court (when a will is challenged, say)

  2. For those who may have missed the punchline, Llewelynn is making a pun based on one of the rallying cries of the American Revolution: “Taxation without representation is tyranny,” more commonly written as “No taxation without representation.”

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