Florida FairTax, Duval County (Jacksonville)
The Florida FairTax Educational Association, a 501(c)(3) entity that has been formed for Florida, is now on-line and up and running. In order for us to successfully educate the citizens of Florida and broaden the support for the FairTax, we need your membership and contribution.
Your contributions are tax deductable.
Monthly Meetings: District Director: Paul Livingston Contact: 904-735-7565
Our primary business meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month, running from 10 - 11 am. Join us at The Players Grille in San Marco at 4456 Hendricks Ave.. Phone 904-448-6670. Lots of available parking and a nice, large meeting room!
Please refer to the Leadership Directory link at the right for contact information.
Want to tell Congress to end the IRS abuse?
To send a message to your Representative and two Senators, go here:
Tweet your Representative and two Senators. Suggested tweet: The solution is the FairTax bill HR25 (House) and S122 (Senate)
Want to voice your opinion to the House Ways and Means Committee?
Call them at 202-225-3625. Make sure you mention 'FairTax' in the message.
Email: got to: https://TaxReform.gov. You will see a box to enter your personal rationale for supporting the FairTax. The response form is at the bottom of the first page. Be sure to use the word 'FairTax' in your response.
The prime objective is not so much as the content of your message but by the huge number of responses with the word 'FairTax' bill HR25/ S122 in them.
Encourage YOUR U.S. Representative to encourage the only Florida Representative on the House Ways and Means Committee (Vern Buchanan--District 16) to support the FairTax.
Want to spread the word?
Please copy the above message and send it to all of your email addresses.
FairTax Webinar is on the FOURTH Thursday of each month at 8 PM EST. Too participate, register in ADVANCE to: at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/584627418
Booth at Riverside Arts Festival--Help out every THIRD SATURDAY of each month from 10 am to 1 pm or 1 pm to 4 pm under the I-95 underpass next to the Red Cross and the Cummers Art Gallery, Call 904-642-5320 for questions.
Monthly FairTax Webinar
Bring back Jobs! Save the U.S. Economy!
Learn how. Free Internet event.
When: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Time: 8 pm E/7C/6M/5P
Where: At your personal computer, anywhere!
Why: An opportunity for people nationwide to
learn about replacing the entire U.S. Tax Code
with a simple sales tax. Under the FairTax – a
proposed law in Congress – you’ll take home
your entire paycheck. There will be NO IRS.
This is a LIVE EVENT. You can submit
questions, and all questions will be answered.
Special Topic for May: The stability of a
Consumption Tax vs. an Income tax
Who: Join Marc Manieri, speaker and host from
Orlando, Florida. In their fourth year, Marc’s
sessions on the FairTax draw national participation
from seasoned supporters as well as
those just getting introduced to the FairTax.
Join: To participate, register IN ADVANCE at
and watch for your confirmation email.
For more information: Contact Larry Walters
FOURTH OF JULY EVENTS!
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 2013 9 am to 2 pm
God and Country Celebration
First Conservative Baptist Church
9 am to 2 pm
12021 Old St. Augustine Road1-800-GO BIBLE
or email FCBC@conservative.edu
City of Jacksonville Parade
Information will be announced soon
UPCOMING SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:
Town Criers on Tuesday, June 25th at 6:30 PM at the
900 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd.
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Phone: (904) 824-4377
New QR code for Florida FairTax website.
A QR Code is now being used by the Florida FairTax FairTax Educational Assn.. Smart phones have a scanner capability in them. When they scan this code their phone will take them to the FFTEA Website where they can then search all around in the Website to learn about the FairTax. The can read the bill, check on the 80 economist that endorse the FairTax, see the lists of co-sponsors in Congress (14% now sponsor the bill) and even register their support in the national database. After the code is scanned, it is saved in their phone for future use.
You may also visit the FFTEA website at http://www.flfairtax.org