Imagine a world where the government sends you money every month. Imagine a world without corporate tax loopholes. Imagine a world without the need for the intrusive government bureaucracy known as the IRS.
The current United States tax code is 2600 pages. Including all the subsidiary documents needed to explain and clarify it runs over 70,000 words and would take the average reader 14 weeks to read. Under the Fair Tax the tax code could be an easy-to-understand pamphlet of a few pages.
Do you calculate your own taxes every year, or do you pay someone to do that for you? With the Fair Tax you would do neither.
Here is a message from Paul Livingston, President, Florida Fairtax Education Association:
“Happy Independence Day, July 4th 1776.
The day the Declaration of Independence was signed to declare that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among them are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
On September 17, 1787, the Constitution of the United States was signed to form the new government with the Declaration of Independence as the guide. It starts with “We the People of the United States” granting certain legislative powers in creating this new government. The individual freedom and liberty have served America well to become an economic power house, leader of the Free World, a high standard of living and individual envy of the World. Yet over time the freedom from kingly taxation and rule was taken by the federal government with the 16th Amendment (direct taxation) and the I.R.S. Now is the time to “Take back control” with the passage of the FAIRtax Act of 2023, HR 25 to regain our lost civil rights, freedom and liberty.”
The United States Congress is committed to a debate of the Fairtax this session.
Take back control” repeal the 16th Amendment and defund the I.R.S.
Understand, Join, Contribute, Recruit and invite others to join.
Here are the links to two very short (less than 2 minute) videos explaining the Fair Tax.
Other videos and information can be found at www.fairtax.org or Florida FairTax Educational Association – Promoting the FAIRtax in Florida (flfairtax.org)