Tuesday, May 5, 2015

In Finland, Criminals Who Earn More, Pay More

A millionaire in Finland was fined about $58,000 for driving 14 MPH over the speed limit. Finnish law imposes fines based on income to make sure that there is equality of deterrent effect across income levels. It's a scheme not without merit. Although, if you can claim you were speeding for business purposes, you might be able to earn a tax deduction.

Just for fun:

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