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Look at the bigger picture as well: even though that one man lost money, that money went somewhere to someone (suppliers, customers, etc.)..when it went to that other person it was likely counted as income and therefore taxed.
Or you could consider a parallel with personal income tax.
Is it true that in a business or an investment, we only pay tax if we make a profit? And we need to pay money to maintain these resources. If we paid money on the basis of the resources we use, then instead of taxes, we should be charged per fireman visit, per police call or visit, per mile driven, per book checked out...
Because from what I understand, the tax is paid to the government because we are using the resources (roads, public libraries etc) built on government money.
In any case, though, in the United States, if you make money whatsoever, that usually counts as income, and can hence be taxed. So, sure, if a businessperson doesn't have any income, then they're technically using the roads, etc., "for free," but unless the businessperson wants to live off the land and the kindness of strangers, he'd better turn a profit eventually. It is a little confusing because in reality the tax revenues collected by the Government aren't earmarked to a particular usage based on where they came from, usually.
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