Some fine tuning - the highest Income derived from a company can be no more than 10 times the lowestI'm suprised that with the number of contribtors stating how things should NOT be, there are so few game enough to state how they should.
Rule 2: The highest salary in a company can be no more than 10 times the lowest
As they say, There are only two sure things in life Death and Taxes.Rule 3:
The entire Tax code (providing we intend to pay any) MUST fit on 1 (one) A4 page printed with 12pt Times New Roman
I assume most countries are as convoluted as the Australian model, where it is now so complex, even the Tax department can't explain it
It seems that several organisations are indeed using it but for apparently different thngs so it looks like it's up for grabs as soon as you sharpen your coding pencil and implement it.G.O.D does have some appeal although might we not not get into copyright violations? I think somebody(s) are already using it.
Very true, but should culture be reduced to logic? I would hope not, otherwise we would be reduced to standard US sitcoms (if we haven't already)Yeah, but can you justify using Access for culture only? No logic in culture eh?
I say let the government rule. NOT. I just learned from the radio that 65+ year olds are going to competitors for my future job market because Obama can't even buy a piece of intelligence.Very true, but should culture be reduced to logic? I would hope not, otherwise we would be reduced to standard US sitcoms (if we haven't already)
Is there a way around this dilemma? Should Culture be Accessed or Access be flexible enough to cope with culture?
OK, putting countries in the 'too hard' basket for now, let's turn our attention to a thornier issue:I say let the government rule. NOT.