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FairTax cuts Potential Tax Evasion by Almost 90%

@TXFairTaxer how on earth would the FairTax reduce evasion? It’s completely unenforceable. — Matthew Chapman (@fawfulfan) December 1, 2013 Completely unenforceable? The FairTax is the most enforceable tax plan ever created. This PDF will explain how. As for How the

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Corporate Taxes, are they really paid by Corporations?

You pay their taxes for them When you buy their goods or services, you pay the corporate taxes, they only collect and pass those taxes on. If you’ve got a few minutes (13m28s to be exact), sit back and listen

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Does the FairTax tax food and gas?

Will FairTax tax FOOD? I’ve been asked this question enough to know that nobody likes the direct answer they get. That being said, you probably already know the answer. But, what most people don’t understand is that the FairTax compensates

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Retail prices no longer hide corporate taxes or their compliance costs, which drive up costs for those who can least, afford to pay.

FairTax FACT: Retail prices no longer hide corporate taxes or their compliance costs, which drive up costs for those who can least, afford to pay. FairTaxFraud: Corporations will still pay taxes, will still buy raw materials, will still hire labor,

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FairTax: A benefit to Small Business in America

With over 5 million small businesses accounting for nearly 90% of business in America, it is imperative that we fight for a tax plan that will benefit us. It is time for a tax plan that will put small businesses on the

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FairTax: Let’s Put an End to Class Warfare

Let’s look at this from a completely different perspective. We’re all smart and all have backgrounds that influence our assumptions and judgments. When we start talking about new tax plans, every one of us suddenly turns into a Macro Economist. We start discussing compliance costs, human behavior, cheating, exports, imports, etc but…

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Posted in Calculator, Cheating, Class Warfare, Congress, Corporate Taxes, FairTax, JOBS, Poor, Prebate

The Progressive Democrat’s Sales Tax By Connor Carney, Running With Rocks and Paper

I consider myself to be fairly liberal on most issues. So some of you might be surprised that I am about to take a position that’s usually the providence of hardcore conservatives. I support HR25—the Fair Tax Act of [2011].

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The Lemonade Stand, by Max Pruger

It’s simple. Companies are created for one sole purpose, profit. They make decisions based on how to maximize their profit. In 1955, it was very costly to move a manufacturing facility to China or other places in the world. Today,

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FairTax: Repatriating Offshore $USD

November 2010 – FairTax Friday: Yesterday afternoon, the shares of Cisco Systems, Inc lost 16.2% of their value. Ironically, last month the CEO of Cisco and the President of Oracle Corporation penned a joint letter in the Wall Street Journal

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, HR-25

FairTax: Open Letter to Bill O’Reilly

The quote below is a well written letter to Bill O’Reilly from a good friend of mine and staunch advocate of the FairTax; Mr. Frank Brassell. We encourage you to copy and paste this letter into an email and send

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, Fact, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, HR-25, Illegal Immigration, Income Tax, Myth, Prebate, Progressiveness, Tax Reform, Uncategorized

FairTax: No More Gaming the System

Many people still feel the FairTax would open up an “Underground Economy” of tax cheats. When it comes to purchasing goods, nothing could be further from the truth. As far as service providers, we believe the FairTax will reduce the

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The FairTax and the Debt Ceiling

The last few weeks have seen an unprecedented furor over fears that the United States would default on its obligations due to a failure to raise our $14.3 trillion limit.  As inconceivably high as that number is, the United States

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, HR-25, Income Tax, Tax Reform

A message to all FairTaxers

A message to all FairTaxers from FairTax Nation We FairTax advocates have come to expect roadblocks from our Washington politicians. The FairTax Hearing by the House Ways and Means Committee appears to be no exception. To begin with, the length

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, Fact, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, FairTax vs. flat tax, FairTaxFraud, FRAUD, FreedomWorks, Housing / Real Estate, HR-25, Illegal Immigration, Income Tax, Myth, Prebate, Progressiveness, Tax Reform, Twitter, Uncategorized, Ways & Means

RE: Six Reasons Why The FairTax Is A Really Bad Idea

The reason I’m posting this here is because, as you can see, my rebuttal to Alex Kauffman’s post “Six Reasons Why The FairTax Is A Really Bad Idea” is quite lengthy. The Blogger interface, although very easy to log in

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, FairTax vs. flat tax, HR-25, Illegal Immigration, Income Tax, Prebate, Progressiveness, Tax Reform

FairTax: No More Mister Nice Guy

While those of us who support the FairTax have been educating the public, lobbying public officials, and working to promote the FairTax, many have been working just as hard to destroy the American economy through the imposition of every higher

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, Fact, FairTax, FairTax vs. flat tax, FairTaxFraud, HR-25, Income Tax, Myth, Progressiveness, Tax Reform, Uncategorized

No tax on used goods. The amount you pay to fund the government is totally visible.

FairTax FACT: No tax on used goods. The amount you pay to fund the government is totally visible. FairTaxFraud: This is just replacing one tax with another. It makes things things like used land, used acreage, used mansions, used yachts,

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