Lower the income tax rate and remove all existing tax loopholes for large corporations
No, but lower taxes for the poor
Yes, and raise taxes on all income brackets
Reform to a flat tax
No, keep the current tax structure

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 @8L3YX3B from Minnesota answered…4yrs4Y

Tax according to income. Rich should pay slightly more and adjust for those in lower income.

 @8C5GN89 from Texas answered…4yrs4Y

 @97Z2WVL from Kansas answered…2yrs2Y

  @TruthHurts101 from Washington answered…1yr1Y

“The power to tax involves the power to destroy,” observed Chief Justice John Marshall. “The power to destroy may defeat and render useless the power to create.” He was right – entire civilizations have risen and fallen based on tax rates, and unthinkable economic damage has been wreaked by the wrecking ball called taxation: endless waves of recessions, supply-chain crises, and most notably the Great Depression, the most deadly economic disaster in modern history. This does not apply only in America – the devastating power of taxation has been a constant…  Read more

 @8J3FG9M from Kansas answered…4yrs4Y

Simplified tax rates, fewer deductions. Low tax rates overall but the wealthy should not be able to avoid paying a higher percentage than the middle class.

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