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Stop Tax incentives for Big Profitable Corporate Business!

Seriously, GE,Fed Ex, Verizon...they all get PAID by us [taxpayers] in the form of Tax incentives-supposidly for job creation etc. But who are we fooling? Do they create any more jobs after the first few years? It's pure profit to the company. Take away the tax breaks or at LEAST restore the laws to close the loop-holes so obviously being corrupted.

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Paper & Postage Reduction Cost - Dual Notice Requirement

Currently, any correspondence to taxpayers who file a joint return with the IRS require separate notices to the husband and wife. This results in additional costs for paper, printer, toner, postage, envelope, and other associated expenses.

While this requirement should not be eliminated entirely, the requirement should revise to allow married filing joint taxpayers to sign a waiver allowing examiners, collection officers,... more »

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STOP End of Year Bonus

Though this may make me wildly unpopular; stop End of Year Bonuses. True everyone likes extra money however; the greater good for America is being sacrificed for each of us to receive a small bonus. Let’s face it, on “average” every civil servant gets maybe $700 totaling in the millions; funds that could be better used applied to the debt or elsewhere. I’m certainly not a rich civil servant but I have a roof over my head,... more »

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Adopt Polymer Banknotes

The United States should replace its paper money with polymer banknotes. Australia has been using polymer banknotes since 1996 with great success, and Canada has recently announced it will be switching to polymer for its currency. Polymer is a more durable material compared with paper, which will save costs associated with the printing of money. Additionally, polymer can be embedded with more security features compared... more »

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