Fear And Taxes In Jamaica

Kimala Bennett

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In Jamaica, people don't fear the tax collector. On today's Planet Money, we hear from Kimala Bennett, an entrepreneur who thinks that should change.

Her goal is to get all the Jamaican entrepreneurs who think of themselves as hustlers to straighten up and turn into proper business people. Her inspiration, naturally, is CNBC's Donny Deutsch.

Here's the business manual (soon to be a book) that Kimala put together.

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