Replace All Federal Taxes on Income with the Fair Tax Act , HR 25 and S 122
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Started by Pat Conroy. Last reply by alfairtax-Kelley Frederick May 13, 2009.
David, you are going to get a lot of experts like Daniel J. Pilla and many others that would like to see the components of your spread sheet. There is a component of HR 25 that would likely be changed in debate, but that being said it is the best proposal on the table at this time. The consensus seems to be a effective rate of around 9% is what you would end up with. Just out of curiosity what detail/s do you take exception with? Maybe you would like to come on Fair Tax Time Radio for a discussion of your findings. If so please send me an email; email@example.com.
I used to be a strong proponent of the fair tax. However, as usual the devil is in the details. According to structure of the currently proposed Fair Tax Act of 2013 the only people who will pay lower taxes are those people who can afford to and do save (do not spend ) 40% of their income. I built a spreadsheet to calculate what families up to 6 people could expect to spend in taxes after their tax prebate is uses up. And the bottom line from what I have been able to determine based on the way HR25 is written, EVERYONE except those that save at least 20% of their income will pay more taxes under this plan than they currently pay. Everyone had best be looking at the details on this issue as it just may come back and them in the butt.
What if the only tax you pay the federal government
is one you don’t have to calculate or report?
Only the FairTax:
Find out more here.
CONFIRMED: I've been asked to bring copies of "The Rich Don't Pay Tax! …Or Do They?" to the TX GOP Convention, in Ft. Worth, to sell at the FairTax booth. A portion of each sale will go to support the FairTax. I'll be there to sign copies, for those who want a signed copy.
If you're going to be there and have already bought a paper copy, bring it along and I'll be glad to sign it.
OTOH, my signature would probably lower the value of the book. 8^)
If you haven't bought it yet and don't want to wait till the convention, it's available in print, Kindle and Nook formats. You can find links on that page to the appropriate 3rd party pages (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.) for each format at:
But if you want me to sign it at the convention, just remember that I can't sign Kindle and Nook versions. 8^(
They're also trying to get me some time on a local talk radio program, to talk about the book and plug the FairTax, while I'm in Ft. Worth. However, they're not sure yet, if they'll be able to get that part set up.
Be sure to stop by the FairTax booth at the convention. I'll see you there.
Update on Texas accomplishments and events:
Congressman Bill Flores, Dist. 17 , is the newest co-sponsor of HR 25, The FairTax. This brings the total in Texas to 14 congressmen/women and 1 Senator.
Ed Sarlls, District Director, volunteered for a presentation at the 9-12 Association, The Woodlands, TX. Thanks, Ed, for your spreading the word and your continued support.
I have funded FairTax booths for the Texas Republican Convention in Fort Worth, TX, June 7-9, and the Texas Libertarian Convention, Dallas, TX, also June 7-9. Volunteers are being recruited and assigned to run the booths.
Presently, making plans to also fund and staff a FairTax booth for the Texas Democratic Convention, Houston TX, also June 7-9. Will keep all informed.
Marv Kuhn, State Director, Texas
Americans for Fair Taxation
WOW! "The Rich Don't Pay Tax! …Or Do They?" is already selling great on Amazon and elsewhere and the real marketing push hasn't even started, yet. It's on the 1st page of the Amazon results for the search term, "FairTax" and it even beats "The FairTax Book" for the search term "income tax policy" and other terms.This book is introducing people to the FairTax in a way that has not previously been addressed. The book is available in print, Kindle & Nook formats. It's written by a Texas native, FairTax activist and all around great guy... me. Check it out at http://TheRichDontPayTax.com/Note: the "Buy" buttons on that site link to external sites like Amazon, for fulfillment. Also, check out the reviews on Amazon - All 5-Stars.
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Thanks, Marv. I do have Marty's contact information and I'm friends with him on Facebook. I was just looking for others here who may also be interested.
Suggest you contact Marty Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org. He has been active in the area.
Is there ANYONE in Corpus Christi (or immediate suburbs; Annaville, Calallan, Flour Bluff, TAMUCC, etc) that would like to accompany me in promoting the FairTax? Just contact me.
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