How do I make writing about tax policy sound exciting?
Asking for a friend
@WilliamConey "I write about how the government is screwing us and misappropriating public funds."
@WilliamConey If you want a serious answer, I find that it's mostly about mentioning real humans as often as possible. 'Here's a hypothetical family, and here's how whatever policy would affect them.' Do you have a specific policy in mind?
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