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IRS Now Robo-audits Your Spending

Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 3:15 AM
The income tax is a tax on your labor. Your labor is your life. Therefore, the income tax is really a tax on your life, or your life's work. I don't believe our founders ever intended for this to be. How can people be free and have an incentive to work if their labor is taxed? You say, "What you do with your money after tax is your business, but government has now arranged it so that middle-class people have just barely enough to live on. We can house, feed and clothe ourselves, but that's it. The income tax has no inherent advantages like the Fair Tax does as Norris explains.
These are the types of invasive tax maneuvers that boiled the blood of our Founding Fathers. But there's still a way out of all our Internal Revenue Service wars and woes.

U.S. News & World Report highlighted some more encroaching news this past week in the article "IRS High-Tech Tools Track Your Digital Footprints."

The IRS is "collecting a lot more than taxes this year," the report explained. "It's also acquiring a huge volume of personal information on taxpayers' digital activities, from eBay auctions to Facebook posts and, for the first time ever, credit card and e-payment transaction records."

It added, "The agency reveals...