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The Fair Tax Act

H.R. 25: Fair Tax Act of 2013

Summary: To promote freedom, fairness, and economic opportunity by repealing the income tax and other taxes, abolishing the Internal Revenue Service, and enacting a national sales tax to be administered primarily by the States. (More Info)

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Florida FairTax Educational Association 1,682 Facebook fans

The FairTax offers a simple, transparent system of revenue collection. It abolishes all income taxes, deductions and loop holes.

Taxes are collected when wealth is spent. When wealth is saved it provides capital for loans at lower interest rates than under the income tax whose complexity demands specialists which add to the cost of compliance.

No one need file a federal tax return any longer.

This simplicity is good for us as individuals, business and a clear path for economic growth.

Advocating the FairTax until passage will be a historic event for our nation and you as an individual will ...

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Arkansans for FairTax 40 Twitter followers

Every American needs to have an understanding of the FairTax and what it could do for this country. If you are sick of the tax-code games, the ever-growing loss of jobs for Americans, the draining of investment monies into offshore accounts and the confusion of a tax code that grows by 3 percent yearly, then learn about the FairTax.

Congressman Griffin, no tax code is perfect. The FairTax comes close. Please co-sponsor HR-25.

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Oklahoma Fair Tax

The removal of all federal taxes on income (and thus economic growth) is vital to the creation of the economic climate the US can benefit from. Moving taxes to consumption (and thus wealth) creates revenue neutrality without punishing those who would be hardest hit by a straight sales tax (which The FairTax is not).

We encourage everyone learning about The FairTax to do their own research as due to this bills ability to move power from D.C. back to the people the amount of misinformation being put out about it is staggering but easily overcome with simple research.

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