death and taxes, certain as









death and taxes, certain as


Also, sure as death and taxes. Bound to occur, inevitable, as in His business is going to fail, certain as death and taxes. This phrase was invented by Benjamin Franklin in a letter (1789) and has been repeated ever since, the government’s recurring need for revenue probably assuring its continued popularity.

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