Rob Tornoe is the owner/editor of Punchline Magazine and a cartoonist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Press of Atlantic City and WHYY. He writes about the media and the cartoon industry for Editor & Publisher.
I stumbled upon my father’s 1959 income tax return a few years ago. How I long for the simplicity he enjoyed when he filed that year’s taxes. For 1959, my father paid a measly 5 percent in federal taxes, even though his name wasn’t Rockefeller. How did he do it? It was easy. For a year when the top income [Read More]