Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc.
Author: FUD
Date: 07-10-2019 - 16:01

Taxes are a cost of doing business. The always get passed on to the customer. If they're specifically identified on the invoice it's because they're sales, VAT, or other taxes or fees assessed per-passenger/customer or based on the value of the transaction, and the company wants to make sure the customer understands where that particular charge comes from.

Fees that are not assessed as taxes or user fees by a government or similar authority, however, are bullshit and should be part of the overall ticket cost.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. synonymouse 07-10-2019 - 09:43
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. Joe Cullum 07-10-2019 - 10:33
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. Max Wyss 07-10-2019 - 13:00
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. J Mann 07-10-2019 - 13:01
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. ron 07-10-2019 - 14:57
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. FUD 07-10-2019 - 16:01
  Re: France to slap tax on airline flights to subsidize SNCF, etc. brains 07-10-2019 - 21:50


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