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Daff ps pay strike – 3.9 / 6.7 million

/ 1.1 million +3.9 / 5.1 million +4.7 / 5.1 million = 7.9 million

If it had been reported on the 24th, D.C. would have added about 3.6 million to its gross domestic product (GDP) this year – just under 1 percentage point. The District’s net result would have been 4.8 million net new jobs this year, as reported in December’s GDP estimate. It would not have increased any more jobs than they would have gone – a result that should surprise no one.

But it is a matter of pride for DC’s corporate executives who own D.C.’s real estate, or who are major stock holders in the city’s biggest government agency and are the biggest beneficiaries of the region’s capital gains tax exemption, that it has reached the $3 million mark in net job creation.

DC 우리카지노will not be able to add 2 million new jobs like New York City has done without more taxpayer money flowing in (and vice versa).

Of course there are a couple of ways that the region’s바카라 tax system can help: raising revenue via income tax and levying sales taxes, raising revenues for transportation needs, or eliminating the state sales tax entirely, and the two will be debated and debated until the last minute.

One of the most important things for DC’s executives is to focus우리카지노 on what they need to spend, not what we all want them to spend. And D.C.’s tax and property tax base will support them to do precisely that.

However, if there is one thing the country should take from DC is this: the business and labor leaders that make up DC’s tax and property taxes will not be making the decision about the size of their tax and property base.

If that means it takes up to $7.1 million of government revenues to cover the budget, or up to $5.8 million to support all the people who work on it, then so be it.

The decision whether to use more than what is required should not be the sole determining factor for the people who are going to spend that $7.1 million for those jobs that don’t require them. And if the decision is whether to use what we all want, DC’s leaders should do it anyway.

The real value of government, in DC and in every American city, lies in its ability to deliver the thing