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Back in September, I had written about this issue before. At that time, it appeared that the government was backing down from imposing the new legislation, taking the threat of curses and spells seriously. The main problem here is one of red-tape and bureaucracy, as usual.
The argument posed by astrologers, witches and psychics is that their ‘business’ is just too difficult to keep accurate records. Their trade is erratic at best and marginal at worst. I suppose we could also question what items could be considered ‘legitimate’ deductions as operating expenses. Can a witch deduct the cost of eye of newt? Can fortune tellers deduct that new deck of Tarot cards as a legitimate business expense?
Witchcraft legal in Romania thanks to a new law which went into effect Saturday. The law includes witchcraft, astrologers, embalmers, valets and driving instructors as ‘real professions’. Those involved are working ‘real jobs’ as far as the government, and it’s tax collectors are concerned. Many witches, including Bratara, are upset with the new law and are threatening to put curses and cast spells on the Romanian government.