The FairTax Picture of the Week
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The FairTax Poll of the Week
How should Congress fix our tax system?
- Add more exemptions and loopholes to increase fairness
- Completely replace it with the FairTax legislation
- Increase the IRS budget so its over $11,000,000,000 annually
- Nothing, it works great just the way it is
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The FairTax in the News
Fair Tax is best
solution to woes – My
…Finally, Washington must admit that our antiquated tax
system is incapable of adapting to the competitive global market place of the
21st century and should be replaced with the only tax system designed for a
competitive free market economy, the FairTax (www.fairtax.org) as outlined in HR25. Under this plan
inequities and tax loopholes are eliminated, the poor and middle class receive
much needed tax relief, the U.S. becomes a global business magnet and job growth
surges to record levels. Unemployment shrinks as Americans go back to work and
the size of the IRS is reduced…
- Robert Letu
Our problematic tax
system – The
Earlier in the year, I wrote about the Fair Tax. I argued
that it would solve many of the problems our country faces today. This article
will take a step back and ask, "What are those problems?"…
The first problem is its overwhelming length, which serves
as an enormous inconvenience to the average citizen. Most people do not have
the time to sort through a tax code that consists of 9,097,000 words. It's even
longer than the Bible!...
The second problem is the partiality of the current tax
code, which prevents people from paying their fair share to the government.
Some, understandably, may assume that I will spend the rest of this article
ranting in favor of raising taxes on the rich. That won't be the case. Both the
upper class and the lower class need to accept blame. We can talk about a
solution later, but this much must be a given…
The December FairTax Webinar
With Special Topic: The FairTax Effect on Education
December 22, 2011
Time: 8 pm
Eastern, 7 pm Central, 6 pm Mountain, 5 pm Pacific
Where: At your
personal computer anywhere!
Why: To provide
an interactive forum for people who cannot get to local meetings to learn about
the FairTax and to present special topics that are frequently misunderstood or
not generally discussed.
Who: Join Marc
Manieri, Americans for Fair Taxation Community Coordinator in the Greater
Orlando, Florida area. In their third year now, Marc’s webinars draw national
participation from seasoned FairTax supporters as well as those just getting
introduced to the FairTax.
To participate, register
here. For more information contact Larry Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org.