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Solar tools can offer emergency and convenience –( no 33% tariff please)

Tariff – separate fee increase retroactively on something that usually allots for a larger tax break, an Oxymoron no, paradox….on Get tax write offs, go green , save the world, save the economy,, save the environment, go green! Utilization of various options including solar products which save watt usage and other various energy consumptions in an impacting environmental friendly way. A complaint of this retroactive tariff of 30% – 250% based upon what the Department of Commerce decision has become of, as such…. The stunning numbers are “100 million in import taxes” and “930 million in imports” just in four months from China alone. That would be up to another two sets of 930 million for the 8 months in the year and up to 250% in retroactive tariffs based upon present and future projections from recent 1 out of 3 of the recent four month reports. So you are talking, another $930 million potentially spent in tariffs. It is a surprising bring up, but I personally like the technology of Solar Panel usage. Solar tools can offer emergency and convenience depending on what the person using it would be for….. Response to WSJ, written by: Rosette Jones Reference Wall Street Journal, Section B1. Vol.CCLX No.47



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