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The Fair Tax Book

Author : Neal Boortz
ISBN : 0061742643
Genre : Political Science
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Wouldn't you love to abolish the IRS ... Keep all the money in your paycheck ... Pay taxes on what you spend, not what you earn ... And eliminate all the fraud, hassle, and waste of our current system? Then the FairTax is for you. In the face of the outlandish American tax burden, talk-radio firebrand Neal Boortz and Congressman John Linder are leading the charge to phase out our current, unfair system and enact the FairTax Plan, replacing the federal income tax and withholding system with a simple 23 percent retail sales tax on new goods and services. This dramatic revision of the current system, which would eliminate the reviled IRS, has already caught fire in the American heartland, with more than six hundred thousand taxpayers signing on in support of the plan. As Boortz and Linder reveal in this first book on the FairTax, this radical but eminently sensible plan would end the annual national nightmare of filing income tax returns, while at the same time enlarging the federal tax base by collecting sales tax from every retail consumer in the country. The FairTax, they argue, would transform the fearsome bureaucracy of the IRS into a more transparent, accountable, and equitable tax collection system. Among other benefits, it will: Make America's tax code truly voluntary, without reducing revenue Replace today's indecipherable tax code with one simple sales tax Protect lower-income Americans by covering the tax on basic necessities Eliminate billions of dollars in embedded taxes we don't even know we're paying Bring offshore corporate dollars back into the U.S. economy Endorsed by scores of leading economists and supported by a huge and growing grassroots movement, the FairTax Plan could revolutionize the way America pays for itself. In this straight-talking book, Neal Boortz and John Linder show you how it would work—and how you can help make it happen.

The Fair Tax Book

Author : Neal Boortz
ISBN : 9780060875411
Genre : Business & Economics
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Reviews the inequalities of the current federal income tax structure and presents reasons why replacing it with a flat rate retail sales tax would result in a more fair and accountable taxation system and spur economic growth.

Summary The Fair Tax Book Neal Boortz And John Linder

Author : Capitol Reader
ISBN : 9782511002049
Genre : Business & Economics
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Complete summary of Neal Boortz and John Linder's book: "The FairTax Book: Saying Goodbye to the Income Tax and the IRS". This summary of the ideas from Neal Boortz and John Linder's book "The FairTax Book" provides a proposal for a new way of raising revenue in the US with FairTax. In their book, the authors explain the concept of FairTax, how it differs from the current tax regime and how it could bring huge benefits by transforming the bureaucracy of the IRS. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your knowledge To learn more, read "The FairTax Book" and discover how we can change the current tax system to bring better benefits for all.

Fairtax The Truth

Author : Neal Boortz
ISBN : 9780061763700
Genre : Business & Economics
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In 2005, firebrand radio talk show host Neal Boortz and Georgia congressman John Linder created The FairTax Book, presenting the American public with a bold new plan designed to eliminate federal taxes and the IRS, jump-start the U.S. economy, bring back lost industries and jobs, and recapture billions of untaxed dollars hoarded by criminal and offshore businesses. Their book became an immediate #1 New York Times bestseller, propelling a powerful grassroots tax reform movement that's spreading like wildfire across our nation. Now, three years later, the authors are back to answer the outspoken and misinformed critics of their innovative proposal. Offering eye-opening new insights not covered in the original book, FairTax: The Truth debunks the negative myths and gross misrepresentations of this groundbreaking idea. The FairTax plan is simple, brilliant, and it will work—enabling you to keep all the money in your paycheck; eliminating the fraud, hassle, and waste of our current system; and revolutionizing the way America pays for itself.

The Terrible Truth About Liberals

Author : Neal Boortz
ISBN : 9781589794917
Genre : Political Science
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Talk-show host Boortz's in-your-face brand of Libertarian politics addresses nagging social and political issues, such as the true definitions of democracy and racism, and the Social Security system.

An Empirical Investigation Of The Fairtax As An Alternative To The Federal Personal Income Corporate Income Estate And Gift And Payroll Taxes

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The results of the present study are robust in regard to who currently pays the employer payroll taxes (i.e., the employers or the employees), revenue-neutral sales tax rate assumptions, and different discount rates, age ranges, and PSID sample selection criteria used for lifetime income estimation.

The Pocket Idiot S Guide To The Fairtax

Author : Ken Clark, CFP
ISBN : 9781101195659
Genre : Political Science
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Keeping your job is job one. In recent years, the FairTax has gained a lot of attention, but for the vast majority of Americans, there's a sense that there's still too little unbiased information on which to make an informed decision. 'The Pocket Idiot's GuideTM to the FairTax', seeks to change that. in this book, readers get answers to all of the questions they have about the FairTax, including: - What it is, how its calculated, and who pays what - Comparisons with other tax systems - Economic and political effects of the FairTax - Common misconceptions - What supporters and opponents have to say - Moral issues associated with the FairTax - Author is a certified financial planner

Progressive Consumption Taxation

Author : Robert Carroll
ISBN : 9780844743943
Genre : Business & Economics
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The authors observe that consumption taxation is superior to income taxation because it does not penalize saving and investment and propose that the U.S. income tax system be completely replaced by a progressive consumption tax. They argue that the X tax, developed by the late David Bradford, offers the best form of progressive consumption taxation for the United States and outline concrete proposals for the X tax s treatment of numerous specific economic issues."

Fair Not Flat

Author : Edward J. McCaffery
ISBN : 0226555666
Genre : Business & Economics
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Everyone knows that the current tax system is unfair. Some of the richest people in America pay no tax, while a huge share of the tax burden falls on the rest of us. A mere glance at the tax code confirms that it is far too complex, with volumes of rules that no ordinary person could possibly comprehend. What is to be done? Some conservatives have called for a so-called flat tax. But a flat tax is not necessarily a simple tax, and "flat" means "more" for most taxpayers: a rise in middle-class taxes to finance tax cuts for the rich. Is there another choice? In clear, easy-to-understand language, Edward J. McCaffery proposes a straightforward and fair alternative. A "fair not flat" tax that is consistent and progressive would tax spending, not income and savings. And if it were collected at its lower levels through a national sales tax, most people would not have to file a return. A supplemental tax on spending for the wealthiest individuals would make the national sales tax progressive. Under McCaffery's system, a family of four would pay no tax on their first $20,000 in spending, and 15 percent on the next $60,000. Only the few families who spend more than $80,000 a year would be subject to the supplemental tax. Necessities would be taxed less than ordinary and luxury items. No one would be taxed directly on savings. The estate and gift or so-called death tax would be abolished, for the simple reason that dead people don't spend. The "fair not flat" tax would fall on heirs when and as they spend their good fortune. Perhaps best of all, most Americans would not have to fill out tax returns. Simpler, more efficient, fairer, and more reflective of America's current social values, McCaffery's "fair not flat" tax could help get us out of the tax mess that politicians and special interests have gotten us into, improving the whole country in the process. Read Fair Not Flat to find out how. “In Fair Not Flat, Mr. McCaffery lays out the case for a consumption tax. He does so in a reader-friendly way, presenting his argument with very few footnotes, equations or technical terms. The consumption of the book, so to speak, is not at all taxing. And its argument is well worth pondering.”—Bruce Bartlett, Wall Street Journal

Roar

Author : Scottie Nell Hughes
ISBN : 9781617954672
Genre : Political Science
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The media and many politicians have defined today’s American woman as a bra-burning liberal who sees men as competitors and children as burdens. According to them, women want federal bureaucrats to run our schools. They need churches to pay for prescriptions that violate religious faith. They trust big government and mistrust our military, and they care more about obscure endangered species than endangered American jobs. Any woman who defies these stereotypes is marginalized and ignored— particularly if her outlook is bold, strong, conservative, and Christian. Scottie Hughes emphatically rejects those stereotypes—and with a ROAR, refuses to be ignored. She describes the strength of the new conservative woman in everyday life and politics, from her deep faith and spirituality to her love for family and children to her independence and refusal to participate in a manufactured war against men.

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