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Cell Phone Tax

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Saw this article the other day that makes one wonder how desperate the government must be. Seems like if you have a company-issued cell phone and you use it for anything personal, the value of that use should be reported as income to be taxed.

So guess if I'm in the office and scribble a personal note on a piece of paper, check email, get water from the cooler or coffee from the pot, or have lunch at my desk while surfing the Web, I should pay taxes on the value of all these.

I wonder if Google employees pay taxes on all the extra benefits they receive from the company, like free food and gym.

Anyways, I don't need to worry about the cell phone tax. I don't have a cell phone nor do I want one.


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