Tag Archives: IRS

The FairTax Series: America's Road To Prosperity- Part 3

In this installment of the FAIRTAX series I want to cover the impact  of jobs, particularly manufacturing jobs, coming back to the United States. When Bill Archer (R-Tex.), was the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the tax writing body of Congress, he often quoted a survey of 500 international companies located in… Read More »

The FairTax Series: America's Road To Prosperity Part 2

In this installment of the FairTax series I want to cover the cost of compliance and enforcement with today’s tax codes. Before I go into the complexities of compliance and enforcement I want to spend a few minutes dispelling the favorite myth of the anti-FairTax crowd. One of the things that put me off the… Read More »

The FairTax Series: America's Road To Prosperity, Part 1

This is the first of a 5 part series I am writing based on the book “The FAIRTAX: The Truth”. In the series I take a 300+ page book and condense it down to a virtual “cliff notes” version designed for the novice political reader. I designed the series for those who are not very… Read More »

Illegals Bilked Taxpayers for $4.2B Last Year by Exploiting Tax Code

Illegally entering America while breaking Federal Immigration laws and dropping illegal anchor babies appears to be a lucrative business in America today. In an article from The New American, we see just how much this act of criminality is costing hard working, tax paying Americans today: The Treasury reported in July that the Internal Revenue… Read More »

Tax Expert’s Advice: Don’t Count on Social Security

BRENTWOOD, Tenn., July 1, 2011 — According to a poll taken earlier this year, 77 percent of voters think Social Security is in danger. Fewer Americans, however, approve of increasing the retirement age. Voters were split on permitting people to invest their Social Security taxes into personal retirement accounts. Tax expert Dr. Friday, aka “The… Read More »

Reminder: Tax Day is Tomorrow, A Trip Down “Memory Lane”

     April 15th is our national tax day deadline. This is the day many hard working Americans will run around frantically trying to get the income tax statements mailed into the IRS by the stroke of midnight, lest the nasty collection agents and thuggish IRS bullies start threatening anyone who has missed this all important deadline.… Read More »

Budgetary Boondoggle: Round 6

         In an article posted here at CDN on Feb. 14th titled, “Upcoming Budget: Nowhere to Run*,  I explained how I could see that our current Congress would not be able to even come close to passing a responsible budget for 2011 fiscal year. Looking at today’s news headlines, this budget boondoggle is following along… Read More »

Many Private-Sector Employees May Be Independent Contractors Soon

The last eighteen months have been the most traumatic to America’s businesses community ever.  The Obama administration started out by bashing those who run companies and those who invest in them: CEOs and Bankers.  Oddly enough, now those two demographics are a little punch drunk and unable to do what the American economy needs: make… Read More »