The FairTax Picture Of The Week
FairTax volunteers Skyla,
Janet, and Mark Campbell, Owen Carneal and Paul Burgener sign up new supporters
at the Gloucester County Moose Lodge Children's Carnival.
New Jersey Forum On Tax Reform
Across the country, FairTax activists are urging Members
of Congress to have fair and honest discussions about the current income tax
code in public forums. More and more Members are heeding the call, including
Congressman Leonard Lance. Jim Bennett, FairTax®
North Atlantic Regional Director reports:
“New Jersey FairTaxers are
looking forward to Congressman Leonard Lance, NJ-07, presenting a Forum on Tax
Reform next Thursday, September 12, 2013.
The presenter for the FairTax
will be our very own spokesman and Florida FairTaxer, Steve Hayes. The
spokesman for the flat tax will be Curtis Dubay of the Heritage Foundation, ,
and the analyst to explain how the Affordable Care Act will affect our taxes is
David Burton of the National Small Business Association. David Burton also
co-authored the FairTax bill fifteen years ago. Tying it all together will be
former Lehman Brothers chief equity strategist Chip Dickson. Chip is a
nine-time Institutional Investor All-American analyst, and co-author of the
book, The Great Deleveraging.
The idea for the event came
from a successful tax reform forum held earlier in the year by Congressman Vern
Constituents in districts
across America hunger to hear information on various tax reform proposals
before Congress. Tax Reform town halls provide an opportunity for Members of
Congress to educate their constituents about those proposals, while allowing them
the flexibility of determining which proposal they feel is best.”
The FairTax Act In The Media
IRS is targeting the
American Legion with new set of guidelines – World
The Internal Revenue Service is targeting the veterans’
organization the American Legion, and a U.S. senator believes that Lois Lerner
— a key figure in the IRS scandal – is to blame…
“I am deeply concerned about this revelation and will insist
on answers. This policy seems to be crafted with the oversight of Lois Lerner
and deserves, at a minimum, a thorough look to make certain the IRS is not
overstepping bounds of privacy and respect for our nation’s heroes,” Moran
eliminates income tax – Press
of Atlantic City
After 100 years, it is time to end the income tax. Instead
of endless reforms, abuses, and scandals, the incomprehensible tax code needs
to be eliminated. There are 68 co-sponsors in the House and 7 in the Senate of
legislation to do that, the FairTax bill.
The FairTax eliminates the entire federal income tax code.
No more income, business, corporate, gift, inheritance, interest, dividend, and
capital gains taxes. No more record keeping and reporting of income. Make as
much money as you can and report not a dime of it to the federal government.
All taxes on income are replaced with one national retail sales tax on new
goods and services. There is no tax on used goods. Business-to-business transactions
are not taxed. Instead of hundreds of millions of filers and hundreds of forms,
only tens of millions of businesses file a one page report each month with one
question - how much did you sell retail?...
- James Milroy
"Understanding The FairTax" Webinar
With September's Special
Topic: History Of The Income Tax
When: Thursday, September 26, 2013
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 guest presenter Paul Livingston, Jacksonville, FL District Director.
participate, register here and watch for the confirmation email.
For more information contact Larry Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org