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VERY sharp turn in methods of fed and state, yearly taxes suggested:
by John Gimbel
Email: johngimbel (nospam) charter.net
Phone: Will disclose per e-mail contact
Address: Will disclose.
06 Jan 2005
Extremely sharp turn suggested in revamping the
payment of personal and business taxes by
U.S. citizens: Suggestion to convert to a model of
unheard of simplicity in taxation, that, ultimately, a world may
not be burdened so heavily by something so scientifically, or educationally UN-enlightening as
the frequent, gargantuan, HUGE effort and squander of
time to pay one's taxes. END SUMMARY.
Need VERY sharp turn in revamping yearly taxation, fed and state:
author: John Gimbel
A/ "Taxes are intended
moreso than provision."
(..."control"... issues, perhaps)
B/ Well, given such, they
could have at least
made paying such very simple.
A/ Who're you kidding?
B/ If not taxes, where should
the government get its money?
(...its only worry, if you stop to think....)
A/ Answer: By right to print X amount
of currency yearly, using same
among us, for its spending. (Amount subject to
defined parameters of adjustment,
time to time.)
(Viola. Simpler, frankly, than hell.)
(It would all begin to fit together, were the fed
and state govs
to start here, somewhere as above; business and personal taxes. Comment
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Re: VERY sharp turn in methods of fed and state, yearly taxes suggested:
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06 Jan 2005
Taxes, folks, are now non-existent.
SYSTEM IDEA 1: NO ONE PAYS TAXES WHATSOEVER, EITHER BUSINESS OR PERSONAL:
The government is elected to print "X" as
Venture has always connoted risk.
As a sample: That $700,000 IBM mainframe you
somehow afforded or financed is the same
risk-inherent as before, the risk factors of
"enterprise," per se. It stands the same
exposure to the elements and weather, hardware-ruination risk as before, or to
business deployment failure. If you are
somehow affording it, you are willing to
"...venture...." The likelihood of success or
failure inherent as "entrepreneurs," not
different from before.
You need not heed, beyond this, taking a
loss, ever, or its significance. You don't pay taxes, is why. "You deploy; you're in charge."
The free spirit in business and personal risk--the same risk to the world and
face of the elements as before--is now born and
defined, where, before, taxes served no purpose to that definition other than a distraction of time.
The government never "handed out money" in exemptions or loss, only reduced "what you owe."
Your "losses" would always be the same under the simple system, except you do no
taxes year over year.
By not paying them anything at all, you won't have to worry about a "reduction based
Freer because one never has to worry about taxes again.
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