America's Party (political Party) - Issues - Tax Reform

Tax Reform

The party seeks to reform the tax structure by advocating the repeal of the 16th Amendment, and despite the fact that many members support the FairTax, the platform remains open on what to replace the Federal income tax with.

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Income Tax In The United States - Controversies - Simplification Movement in The 2000s
... the President's Advisory Panel for Federal Tax Reform criticized the tax system as being extremely complex, requiring detailed record-keeping, lengthy instructions ... The tax code is commonly riddled with provisions that treat similarly situated taxpayers differently and create perceptions of unfairness." The panel's major reform push was for the removal of the ... Several organizations and individuals are working for tax reform in the United States including Americans for Tax Reform, Citizens for an Alternative ...
Tax Reform - Tax Choice
... Supporters of tax choice believe that taxpayers should have more of a say how their taxes are spent in the public sector ...
Roscoe L. Egger, Jr.
... Revenue from 1981 to 1986 and received the Tax Executive Institute’s Distinguished Service Award in 1986 ... a tumultuous time in its history and pushed for numerous reforms in order to modernize the tax service ... graduation, and later worked as a private tax accountant ...
Social Democrats (Denmark) - Recent History - In Government 2011–present
... enacted by the previous government, and passed a tax-reform with support from the liberalist-conservative opposition ... The tax reform raised the top tax threshold, effectively lowering tax rates for the wealthiesst citizens ... The aim of the tax reform has been to increase labor output to fend of an projected labor shortage within the next decades ...

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