Tax Bite, Week 13

It’s amazing how much money you can save on taxes a week when you cut back on driving and don’t have to buy groceries. This week’s numbers compared with last week’s, for instance, really show what an impact government has on the family pocketbook. Less taxation with representation!

UPDATE: I take it all back. I just found another receipt in the checkbook. Kimberly did go grocery shopping this week, boosting that tax from 3 cents for the week to $3.14.

March 23-29
Gasoline: $7.23
Groceries: $3.14
Eat-In/Other: $3.37
Sales: $1.47

Weekly total: $15.21
Year-to-date total: $9,193.78
(includes monthly tax bite)


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