It is immoral to tax someone based on how much they make. My labor is mine and the decision of how much to labor is also mine. Think about how much better our employment would be if there was no reporting to the government about payroll. It’s none of the government’s business how much I work or make. This completely discourages hard work and self reliance the 2 principals that built the greatest nation in the history of the world.
It costs business’ $1000’s just to hire a employee. What if business could just pay someone for their work? You would have a dynamic work force and market.
If a person gets a second job and the added income puts him to the next tax bracket they lose all their gain from extra labor to increased taxes.
Tax laws are a joke passed for powerful people by power hungry people. They are hidden from the average citizen to keep them in the dark about how much the government takes. Gas tax does not show up as a sales tax it is in the price and unseen by the average consumer. Employers portion of payroll tax does not show up to the employee(this is a cost of employment to the business which otherwise could be paid to the employee) the list of unseen tax is endless.
Sales tax is the only moral form of tax in which the individual can choose how much tax they want to pay based on how much they consume not how much they produce. This is why we have become a nation of consumers and no longer producers. This is a direct result of the social engineering practices of the last 60-80 years.
Anyone who thinks the politicians are sticking it to the wealthy have thier head in the sand. The10,000’s of pages of tax law are in place precisely for them to loophole their way out of taxes. And even if that weren’t so why in the world would you punish hard work and success? A rising tide lifts all boats.
Unless your true goal is to create a society of a ruling class and a peasant class.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Kim Kalan, Co-Founder and CEO of “One Cookie”,” is a renaissance woman when it comes to her career. She has bought and sold numerous companies. She has participated in Mensa think tank groups. She has brokered countless international transactions to the tune of millions of dollars over the years. Through all these experiences, there has been one thing that has motivated her all along the way: creating jobs. Her current venture very likely could be the pinnacle of this lifelong agenda.
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