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Property tax exemptions for churches amount to subsidies.
Anonymous, October 31, 2011 at 10:03 AM DT
My tax dollars subsidize hate groups, institutionalized pedophilia, anti-science movements, etc.
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Tax laws too complex and costly for small business
Anonymous, October 31, 2011 at 8:14 AM DT
I run a small business with about 10 employees. Federal employment taxes, unemployment insurance, use taxes, etc. add up to a substantial burden in terms of compliance. There needs to be a better, simpler way for businesses to manage tax liabilities.
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Problem: Americans have seen a massive redistribution of wealth over the last forty years with the country surrendering nearly a quarter of the nation’s yearly income to the top 1% of Americans.
Taylor Morgan, October 31, 2011 at 6:47 AM DT
Of all the new financial wealth created by the American economy from 1983 to 2004, 42% of it went to the top 1%, 94% went to the top 20%, and only 6% went to the bottom 80% of Americans. By 2007 the top 1% of households owned 34.6% of all privatel...
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Americans have seen a massive redistribution of wealth over the last forty years with the country surrendering nearly a quarter of the nation’s yearly income to the top 1% of Americans. Furthermore of all the new financial wealth created by the Am
Anonymous, October 31, 2011 at 6:39 AM DT
Loopholes in the tax system and botched economic policies such as the one implemented by former President Ronald Reagan and supported by subsequent Republican administrations that rely on a supply-side, trickle-down theory of wealth are certainly not...
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Taxes on the rich and super rich MUST be raised significantly.
Jose Fernandez, October 30, 2011 at 11:28 PM DT
Every person is affected by the loss of revenue in the United States. From drying up social services, to pot-holed roads to schools that jam 2-3 grades into a single classroom; the effect is pervasive. The Bush tax cuts should have expired but the wh...
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Large corporations don't pay their fair share of taxes
Aaron Greenspan, October 15, 2011 at 11:37 PM DT
I run a small business and I still have to pay my taxes because I can't afford $900-per-hour CPAs who know the entire tax code inside and out, including every loophole. Nor do I want to headquarter my company in Grand Cayman.
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The federal tax code is unnecessarily complicated and highly inequitable.
Anonymous, October 12, 2011 at 11:34 PM DT
The tax code's immense complexity makes it possible for the richest Americans to pay less in taxes than everyone else, thanks to expensive accountants who are in point-blank terms, tax evasion specialists. Meanwhile, average Americans, who cannot aff...
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The debt ceiling bill ended the interest subsidy on Federal Stafford Loans taken out by graduate students.
Anonymous, October 12, 2011 at 9:37 PM DT
As a graduate student, I've already gotten notice from my school that I will lose this subsidy starting next year. I can expect to owe $5000 more on my loan by the time I graduate, and $11,000 more over a 20-year repayment period. It sickens me tha...
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