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.
by Novel Treasure5 years ago
I had never played Dungeons and Dragons as a child. I had heard about it and assumed that it was evil or demonic based on the biased descriptions from the adults I was surrounded by.However, my husband introduced me to...
by Deb Welch5 years ago
Can you buy Common Sense in one of our chain stores linked across our USA? Is Common Sense on the shelf next to the jar of 'elbow grease'? Maybe one could take an Adult Education course at your local high...
by Nick Lucas6 years ago
I don’t understand this concept that Obama and many liberals keep clinging to…..So allow me to make it simple. If everyone is taxed at say 10% people who make more do pay more as 10% of a greater amount is...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Those who are more knowledgeable than me (which is pretty much everyone ) can sort this one out..."Yet Mr. Ross told me that he paid 102 percent of his taxable income in federal, state and local taxes for 2010....
by Lisa Stover4 years ago
Does anyone write for Bubblews and if so what do you think of it? Would it be a good idea to take the hubs I have that aren't performing well and put them on there?
by mythbuster3 years ago
Up until just over a year or so ago, I was able to play what I thought was a really cool game called "Cirondo."It was labelled as a strategy game along the lines of chess but with easier to understand...
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