Monthly Archives: February 2011

Give the FairTax Act a Fair Hearing

Give the FairTax Act a Fair Hearing – Advertiser-Tribune Imagine a United States without the Internal Revenue Service. Imagine not paying federal income tax. Imagine not paying a payroll tax for Social Security and Medicare. In fact, imagine there being … Continue reading

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Fair Tax will create jobs, reduce corruption in the U.S.

Fair Tax will create jobs, reduce corruption in the U.S. – The Daily Progress I wish to add two points to the great letter in the Jan. 6 Daily Progress (“ ‘Fair tax’ should be implemented”). If we wish to … Continue reading

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Fairer tax needed

Fairer tax needed by Fran Fulton The time has come to rid ourselves of this onerous income tax system. The FairTax is a compelling proposal that replaces all federal taxes with a transparent sales tax on retail purchases of new … Continue reading

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The next step is to raise tax revenue

Take three steps back to go forward – The Commercial Appeal The next step is to raise tax revenue. The best way to do this is to enact the “Fair Tax” and eliminate the federal income tax. This approach taxes … Continue reading

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IRS admits most citizens have to pay for tax assistance

Are you ready? Your taxes are due in two months. Good luck because as FairTax spokesman Denis Calabrese, said on FOX Business yesterday, “The current tax code is easy to cheat if you’re dishonest and it’s impossible to comply with … Continue reading

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Taxing productivity and savings is counter-productive

Fair Tax will cure our ‘ruinous’ tax code – Alamogordo Daily News There has been a great amount of discussion about the jobless rate, outsourcing of manufacturing jobs, lack of financing and shortages in state budgets from coast to coast. … Continue reading

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FairTax would encourage investment

Slow-Growth U.S. Now Ripe for Consumption Tax: Kevin Hassett – Bloomberg …Those who today decry the irrationality of the tax code and advocate fundamental reform are ignored by elected officials. Rather than a simple-to-understand code, politicians prefer the current mess, … Continue reading

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