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The FairTax Act In The Media
Fair Tax Vs. Flat
Tax: Which Is Right For America? – Western
In light of rampant government waste and corruption within
the IRS, more Americans than ever are calling for a complete overhaul of this
nation’s tax system. Among conservatives, two potential solutions – the Fair
Tax and a flat-rate tax system – are often among the most popular options.
During the recent Western Conservative Conference, a showdown between the two proposed revenue systems presented the pros and cons of each plan. Former syndicated radio host Neal Boortz, co-author of two books supporting the Fair Tax, squared off against Americans for Tax Reform’s Grover Norquist, who spoke in favor of a flat tax...
How can Congress
replace the income tax? – Communities
If one thing is always unpopular in American life, it is
paying federal income taxes. A number of alternatives have been proposed
as fairer, simpler, or more efficient ways to raise government revenue. One of
them is called the “fair tax.”
The fair tax is a national sales tax proposal designed for
simplicity and to treat all individuals equally. Whether they know much about
it, the odds are that many have heard arguments against the fair tax. One of
the most popular claims is that a national sales tax would be regressive, and
therefore burdensome to the impoverished.
“The prebate, which grants taxpayers an up-front tax refund
each month, addresses that concern directly,” says former New Mexico Governor
Gary Johnson. “By refunding the tax, in advance, each month for purchases of
necessities up to the poverty level, everyone is treated equally, regardless of
income or assets.”..