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Update: Congress is downsizing the IRS, so it must downsize the tax code

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Why bother to downsize the IRS and it’s voluminous code when it would be eradicated completely by the FAIR TAX?  596 more words

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We Need Fundamental Tax Reform!

Most Americans would agree that our tax code is a mess and needs major reform.  The last reform was in 1986 when the top rate was reduced from 50% to 28% and many deductions were eliminated.  405 more words

Jack Heidel

Is there a magic pudding? A quick analysis of CPA Australia's GST proposals

This is a quick off the cuff analysis of CPA Australia’s report: Tax reform in Australia, the facts, a day after its release. In the absence of time to study the report more closely, and critical details of the modelling and presentation of data, I raise as many questions as answers. 1,424 more words

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A brief history of tax (Part 3): the trojan horse.

‘The tax code, once you get to know it, embodies all of the essence of life: greed, politics, power, goodness, charity. Everything’s in there.’ Sheldon Cohen, Former Commissioner of the US Internal Revenue Service. 6,733 more words

Australia

Who's the fairest (and most efficient) of them all - income or consumption taxes?

One of the long standing debates in tax policy is that between advocates of  income and consumption taxes. As the Government prepares for its Tax White Paper, we’re about to go once more round the mulberry bush! 3,397 more words

Australia

A brief history of tax, Part 2: Clash of the titans.

‘The tax code, once you get to know it, embodies all of the essence of life: greed, politics, power, goodness, charity. Everything’s in there.’ Sheldon Cohen, Former Commissioner of the US Internal Revenue Service. 4,917 more words

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