Friday, March 03, 2006

Toil And Trouble, Let's Tax The Witch

Authorities in Romania are stirring up a witches' brew of trouble for wizards and warlocks, whose tax-free spells are costing the treasury millions of dollars a year in lost revenue.

Eyes of newts and toes of frogs are, according to Bucharest bureaucrats, now liable to WAT — Witches Added Tax.

In the land where vampirism, spells, hexes and curses are taken for granted by some — and where Bram Stoker set his Dracula novel — it is the taxman who has his fangs out for what is described as a "massive area" of black income. Full Story

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