February 2, 2011
The Role of Taxes on Entrepreneurship
Inc. Magazine has an interesting article this month, In Norway, Start-ups Say Ja to Socialism. It's good food for thought, regardless your angle on the article or the issue generally. Here's my take away:
This isn't to say that entrepreneurs don't have a right to get angry about taxes—or to fight tax increases in the same way they might fight any price increase by a supplier. It is to say only that, despite what you hear from Washington politicians and activist groups, the tax rate is probably far from the most important issue facing your business. Entrepreneurs can thrive under almost any regime, even the scourge of European socialism.
[UPDATE: The article link has been fixed.]
Seems interesting, but my chrome browser keeps telling me that the link is broken...
Thanks for taking the effort in writing in this excellent blog.
Greetings from Argentina
Posted by: Nico | Feb 4, 2011 6:14:10 AM
Sorry about that, and thanks for letting me know. The link has been fixed in the post, and you can find it here: http://www.inc.com/magazine/20110201/in-norway-start-ups-say-ja-to-socialism.html
Posted by: Josh Fershee | Feb 4, 2011 6:31:47 AM