I believe a federal flat tax of 25% across the board would be all that is needed to deal with debt, deficit, and revenue problems. Of course there would be NO LOOPHOLES, NO INCENTIVES! But I would suggest letting anyone who makes $20,000 a year or less off from FEDERAL taxes. Get rid of subsidy's, and then it would be fair.
And before I'm attacked about letting those off who make $20,000 a year or less off, I try to consider mortgages, insurance, utilities, food, and all the other things our society expects lawful citizens to pay for on $20,000 a year.
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