You could do 9-9-9, or whatever single bunch of numbers you would like but the severity of a tax code that puts a bunch of bureaucrats (unelected) in the drivers seat of creating a citizenry afraid of it is un-American. The entire tax code is a joke, with half of the populace not paying any income tax and a good 30% of those getting “refund” checks which really amounts to redistribution of wealth from me to them. It is criminal what elected politicians do in their “spending” bills to favored companies ie: Solyndra with the taxes paid by Americans and still with 1T in additional debt being added onto the backs of our children and grandchildren each year.
If you truly want an election to remember, the numbers you would receive by telling Americans that the IRS would be a 10th of its size because of a flat tax and that never again would an average citizen have to pay for the LUXURY of having someone else do their taxes, well your numbers on election night will be humongous.
It appears that these unelected bureaucrats are attempting to get even more of our private information in a 1984 nightmarish way should be the final straw, and if you truly want America great again you will do the right thing and negate the need for the I.R.S. And Their Trojan Horse
It may be another 10 months before Tax Day rears its ugly head again, but that doesn’t mean that the American people should take their eyes off the IRS and the 70,000-page tax code. IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman’s term is ending soon, and he wants to leave a lasting legacy. In other words, reach for your wallet, because Shulman wants to implement what is called a real-time tax system.
Currently, the IRS can only check tax returns for accuracy after the fact. A real-time tax system would have employers and taxpayers report information to the IRS throughout the year, so the IRS can conduct audits in real time, supposedly to increase compliance.
Besides the obvious privacy concerns and the huge burden of merely complying with the reporting requirements, real-time taxation is a Trojan horse that opens the door to an even worse policy: a return-free tax system.
Shulman has long favored a return-free tax system, under which the IRS would collect information about you and fill out your returns for you, and send you your tax bill. It’s being sold as a way to simplify your taxes. It isn’t, and that’s why return-free legislation has stalled in Congress. So instead, Shulman is now pushing for a real-time tax system, which uses similar technology.