Discussion in 'Economy' started by GreatDay, Sep 19, 2012.
Well why dont we?
Fine with me. For the short term all those tax specialists are out of a job, as well as the thugs at the collection end.
Reducing the size and of government to match the reduced revenues will be an added plus.
Thank you for your input.
I was wondering though, why "for the short term"?
One assumes that they will eventually find gainful employment somewhere.
Ask Japan how that worked out.....
Really when did Japan have a zero tax rate?
so you are for taking the rate to zero and you oppose any tax increase ever, right?
not just tax specialists but whole industries!!
1) the muni bond industry
2) estate planning
3) tax preparers
4) tax lawyers
5) GE has 1000 tax people alone
6) IRS must have 50,000
7) state government and local tax people 400,000
8) life insurance industry
9) half the accountants
These are liberal make work jobs that are a huge drag on the economy and contribute nothing. Eliminate them and eliminate taxes that consume over half the nations income and the private economy would boom like never before!!
So you're on broad with just dropping the rate to zero and being done with it?
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