It is almost that time of year. The Halloween candy grab is near. It is time to dress up your little "employees" and get them out in the street in search of that sugary loot. But, how much should a parent's take of the bounty be?

It is something known as the "Dad Tax" "Mommy Tax" or the "Halloween Candy Tax"

Urban Dictionary defines it as "The portion of a child's meal, Halloween candy, video game time, etc. that a father rightly takes as his own, mostly because you wouldn't be there without him. This particularly applies to things that your father buys for you - because there's no such thing as a free lunch, and life is hard, so you better get used to it."

Every year my son and I negotiate what the "Dad Tax" is going to be on his Halloween candy. The way I see it if the government is going to tax an adult's income 20-30% then the child should have to pony up that amount of their Halloween candy. Think of it as preparing them for the REAL WORLD, which very much involves paying taxes.

What do you think? Should I take it easy on my kid? Or should I take as much candy as I want, because I'm an adult paying all the bills?

We reached out to Montanans about what a fair "Tax" would be for their kiddos this Halloween..

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