If a crown is considered a "medical device" why isn't a shoe considered the same? Will we get to the point of taxing every shoe purchased in America? A crown is simply repairing the deterioration of a...See more worn, decayed tooth. Over the past few years I have experienced foot problems called planter fasciitis, needing inserts and special shoes to be worn. Should I be taxed for the additional devices I have worn on my feet? Should my Birkenstocks be considered "medical devices"? Â Where does this outrageous, socializing scheme end? Remember, all things in government are incremental, 2.3% may not be a big deal now, eventually it WILL be as we become numb to the idea of it. When income tax was implemented it was only 4%, and it was implemented solely for the purpose of war. Take a look at what it has become. Every tax is a penalty of the benefits of life. The slightest luxury means you can afford to pay additional money by way of tax to our government, money that goes unaccountable. There is much waste within our government. It is up to us as Americans to fight against it or we lose our republic. Just my thoughts, what are yours?Â — tagged Medical Device and Excise Tax
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I've been a technician for over 30 years, owning and running my lab from home for 21 years. I specialize in custom shades and as a cosmetic ceramist.