Zero Income Tax

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  1. crampdstyl

    crampdstyl Newly Registered

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    I was wondering - does anyone know of a reason why a government could not create an economy based off of zero income tax, and replace 100% with user taxes? Instead of collecting 32-35% from every able bodied Canadian, then having to give back every spring based off of credits, taxable benefits, etc - why not just go to zero income tax and charge a user tax against all sold, finished products MINUS necesseties of life (bread, milk, etc)?
     
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    waltky Well-Known Member

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    Granny says let dem rich folks pay the income tax - ever'body else's income goin' down...
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    Report: Post-recession income falls
    10/10/11 : The study found the median annual household income fell by 6.7 percent over two years.
     
  3. krew09

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    what do you mean? There was no income tax till 1913,and the country was doing just fine , with a stable currency.

    Quit listening to the corporate media,income taxes go straight to the owners of the federal reserve.................."GRACE COMMISSION REPORT"
     

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