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Replace All Federal Taxes on Income with the Fair Tax Act , HR 25 and S 122

One day some guys sat around and thought about the problems with our present taxes, wondering if there were a better way to fund the federal government with out the problems the current tax system has. Years latter, and $22 million spent researching, and developing a tax system that would work, came the FairTax. The only agenda that the FairTax has, is to get rid America of the problems generated from our present system of taxing.

We FairTax supporters have been persuaded though logic and our own research to conclude that changing to the fairtax will have profound effects on our economy.

We believe that income and payroll taxes
(1) retards economic growth and has reduced the standard of living of the American public;
(2) impedes the international competitiveness of United States industry;
(3) reduces savings and investment in the United States by taxing income multiple times;
(4) slows the capital formation necessary for real wages to steadily increase;
(5) lowers productivity;
(6) imposes unacceptable and unnecessary administrative and compliance costs on individual and business taxpayers;
(7) is unfair and inequitable;
(8) unnecessarily intrudes upon the privacy and civil rights of United States citizens;
(9) hides the true cost of government by embedding taxes in the costs of everything Americans buy;
(10) is not being complied with at satisfactory levels and therefore raises the tax burden on law abiding citizens;
(11) impedes upward social mobility;
(12) raise the cost of employment; <=-- payroll
(13) destroy jobs and cause unemployment; <=-- payroll
(14) have a disproportionately adverse impact on lower income Americans. <=-- payroll taxes

We believe the fairtax
(1) is similar in many respects to the sales and use taxes in place in 45 of the 50 States;
(2) will promote savings and investment;
(3) will promote fairness;
(4) will promote economic growth;
(5) will raise the standard of living;
(6) will increase investment;
(7) will enhance productivity and international competitiveness;
(8) will reduce administrative burdens on the American taxpayer;
(9) will improve upward social mobility;
(10) will respect the privacy interests and civil rights of taxpayers.

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