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Building Fair Taxes
Who's Benefiting from Unfair Taxes
 

Building a Stronger Wisconsin means fair tax policies for both individuals and businesses and ensures that everyone plays by the rules

Who's Benefiting from Unfair Taxes:

Mary Czaja
Nancy Vandermeer

Mary Czaja

Serving on the Tomahawk Main Street Board of Directors, you’d think that
Mary Czaja would understand the need for fair play and for folks to
pay their fair share--Think Again!

Records from the state Department of Revenue show that during the last ten years, Czaja’s reported Wisconsin income tax paid in 2010, 2008, 2007 and 2004 was $0.00 (One Wisconsin Now, October 19, 2012)

Call Mary Czaja at (715) 966-3366 and tell her to support tax fairnesss

 

Nancy Vandermeer

You’d think Nancy Vandermeer, someone who’s served on the Board of Directors of the Tomah Chamber of Commerce, would understand the need for fair play and for businesses to pay taxes just like the rest of us--Think Again!

Records from the state Department of Revenue show that during ten years (2002-2011), Vandermeer’s business, Vandermeer Motor Company, paid NOTHING in state corporate income tax –But that’s not all! Records show that Vandermeer paid $0.00 in personal state income taxes in 2011, 2008, 2004 and 2002 (One Wisconsin Now, October 19, 2012)

Call Nancy Vandermeer, at (608) 372-6470 and tell her to support tax fairness

 

Highlights of a Stronger Wisconsin:

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