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I've noticed several articles in the news regarding this.
I'm seriously wondering how people feel about the concept of this proposal.
The statement that was "People giving family money they haven't earned".
I'm sure there are a lot of people who have gone above and beyond to care for parents/grandparents.
I'm just wondering how people feel about this even being discussed.
There hasn't been a Stuff etc poll regarding this yet so I thought I might start a discussion.
Do you think this is an overreach?
The people who worked hard for this money already paid tax.
Do you find this rude? How do your family view this?
Thank you. 🌻