The Clean Slate


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Bob Eshom said:   April 19, 2013 7:18 am PST
I'm one more for Clean Slate. The tax structure now in use on the federal and state levels is________. Fill the blank with a term of disgust, disbelief, incredulity, et al. I believe this is an uphill battle yet one that must be engaged. Vested interests are so entrenched in our three branches of government that I wouldn't be surprised to find myself of a list of subversives deep in the bowels of some governmental agency.

Chris Schellhammer said:   November 29, 2010 7:20 pm PST
I see many "how can I help" and "what's next" signs... I will assume that forwarding the resources made available to our respective elected officers is a prudent course of action. In mass - a message from the voting public. Feel free to augment action advice if I have missed something critical.

Ana Madariaga said:   October 28, 2010 3:55 am PST
Many of the Caribbean islands have this kind of arrangement, wage tax is witheld and Vat is collected on purchases (Bahamas ) In ST Martin 8% tax paid upon closing a property then no prop taxes. ( a $400 filing fee) as properties are flipped, the govt collects taxes again. This would be a lifesaver for seniors especially. Good luck !

Kathryn Elliott said:   October 16, 2010 4:27 pm PST
Agree. Agree. Agree. When can we stop spending billions of dollars on useless paper work and supporting accountants? I'm all for a clean slate and simpler tax system. We may need a special amendment to the Constitution that simply states no taxes should be levied that requires specialized professionals. Simplify. Simplify. Simplify. We need this. The country needs this. Thank you for a great article.

Dale said:   October 10, 2010 10:11 am PST
Yes, yes, yes! How can we help?

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