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Department of the Treasury

IRS project -100,000 tax preparers who failed to register.

As of today, 100,000 tax preparers have fail to the new registration requirement imposed by the IRS. The service should prioritize the review and examinations these non registrars and question the returns that they prepare. This would show our dedication to transparency. There is more of a chance tax preparers who are not registered, to be less compliance than other registered CPAs , tax attorneys, and registered preparers.... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Flat Tax and Reduce the IRS

Create a flat tax for everyone with no loop holes, exemptions, or tax breaks.

Reduce the size of the IRS by at least one half of current staffing, associated offices, and vehicles.

This would create a vast resource of monies for government and remove the associated bureaucracies that weigh this great nation down. It would be a very positive step in getting our nation out of the massive debt crisis.

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IRS / Flat Tax

Dismantle the IRS, impose a flat tax; shrinks the size of the Federal Government, simplifies the tax code, saves unfathomable amounts of paper (goes green), saves taxpayers countless hours of frustration and wasted time, saves money, increases tax revenues. This historic change would be lauded for decades. Stand up against the lobbyists that would try to block this historic and transformation advance.

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flat taxes and buy bonds on gross earnings

Federal Tax - For people making between $0 – $1M, pay 5% of the gross earnings for every paycheck we get directly to the Federal government. Also, buy (about) 5% of the gross earnings in Treasury Bonds, not redeemable for 5 years. This will be our “rainy day” fund to pay for natural disasters, to pay for wars, to pay for energy/ education/ infrastructure/ humanitarian services, to pay for reducing the National Debt,... more »

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