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The Laffer Curve Strikes Again: Revenues Falling in Spite of (or Perhaps Because of) Spain’s Punitive Corporate Tax Rate

Anonymous11565 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 5:27 PM
Section 2.) Any program which collects money from citizens is a tax. No other definition for collection is allowed. All tax shall be collected as a money transfer tax. The payer shall be responsible for the tax and the rate should be fixed at 6%. Collection is automatic when payment is made. Should there not be a sufficient amount to cover the payment and tax, the transfer is void. There are to be no exceptions, depreciation, write-offs not anything resembling these reductions in payment of the tax. Any corporation doing business with the United States of America or its citizens shall pay the tax on all moneys it comes in contact with during the course of its business anywhere. No exceptions. All other federal taxes and fees are abolished
Anonymous11565 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 5:28 PM
Only exception is transfer into and out of an individuals savings or retirement account (NO corporations, etc). Transfer out of those accounts are to be made into a spending or regular account only and without tax.