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Tell Congress: Pass the Fair Tax Act of 2017!

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The current federal income tax system is clearly broken — unfair, overly complex, and almost impossible for most Americans to understand. 

But there is a reasonable, nonpartisan alternative before Congress that is both fair and easy to understand. A system that allows you to keep your whole paycheck and only pay taxes on what you spend.

It's called the FairTax. Introduced in the U.S. House and Senate as H.R. 25 and S. 18, respectively, The FairTax is a national sales tax that treats every person equally and allows American businesses to thrive, while generating the same tax revenue as the current four-million-word-plus tax code... and without the I.R.S.

The Fair Tax Act of 2017 is the only tax replacement plan before the U.S. Congress that: 
 

  • Eliminates all federal income and payroll taxes including personal, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security/Medicare, self-employment and corporate.
  • Eliminates the need for businesses and individuals to file federal income tax returns.
  • Eliminates over 74,000 pages of Internal Revenue Code and the estimated $350 billion in annual compliance costs.
  • Defunds, disbands and eliminates the Internal Revenue Service.
  • Favors American businesses and workers over foreign corporation, and dramatically increases the rate of economic growth and job creation.
  • Brings American jobs back to America and generates employment opportunities for the hundreds of thousands of chronically unemployed.
  • Repeals the 16th Amendment and direct taxation through companion legislation.

Take action and tell your U.S. Representative and Senators to co-sponsor the Fair Tax Act of 2017. Add your name in the fields below to proceed to send your no-cost letters. 

Be a part of the FAIRtax movement and help make make April 15 just another spring day. Visit FAIRtax.org.

Public Comments
Mar 26th, 2015
Michael S. from Maineville, OH signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Robert H. from Forest, VA signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Scott C. from Atlanta, GA writes:
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Way overdue on this. It's common sense. And a step in the direction of trusting my government again.
Mar 26th, 2015
Jim F. from Centerton, AR writes:
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Fair taxation with no loopholes. Taxes would be paid honestly. Everyone pays their fair share of the taxes. What could be any simpler?
Mar 26th, 2015
Paula P. from Orlando, FL signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Peter M. from Humble, TX writes:
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Let's stop the train wreck that is the IRS.
Mar 26th, 2015
Julia W. from Virginia Beach, VA writes:
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SIMPLE, FAIR, and EFFICIENT. What more can one ask for? Eliminate the loopholes and unfairness. This plan would help Americans get ahead, and then NOT punish them for succeeding.
Mar 26th, 2015
Kenneth W. from Trenton, FL writes:
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The time is long past due to get rid of the IRS. It is too big, too complicated, and too crooked and should be replaced by the Fair Tax.
Mar 26th, 2015
James C. from Dallas, TX signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
John D. from Smyrna, GA writes:
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Take the power away from politicians and abolish the IRS Code.
Mar 26th, 2015
Laura K. from Hot Springs Village, AR signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Scott F. from Spanish Fork, UT signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
John C H. from Eau Claire, WI writes:
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Full support is needed!
Mar 26th, 2015
Tim C. from Yukon, OK signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Natalie B. from Kirkland, WA writes:
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This is long overdue!
Mar 26th, 2015
Mark P. from Puyallup, WA writes:
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Please stop the IRS, they are out of control!
Mar 26th, 2015
Charles P. from Rio Rancho, NM signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Charles L. from Mossyrock, WA signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Cheryl P. from Lubbock, TX signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Someone from Orange Park, FL signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Joseph H. from Apex, NC writes:
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The FairTax would be a major step forward. It is much better than a flat tax that retains the IRS.
Mar 26th, 2015
Gwen H. from Brandon, MS signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Jeff B. from Cedar Falls, IA writes:
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This is long overdue, current tax regulations and IRS are way out of control.
Mar 26th, 2015
Travis H. from Zachary, LA writes:
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Exemptions and Deductions have nothing to do with Fairness, a tax on consumption is the ONLY way to tax the top 1%. The FAIR TAX is the only form of fair tax.
Mar 26th, 2015
Holly B. from Houston, TX signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Charles P. from Panama City, FL writes:
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I'd love to see Neal Boortz answering FairTax questions in front of congress.
Mar 26th, 2015
Joseph A. from Chanhassen, MN writes:
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The fair tax the the easiest fairest tax system there is and I fully support it.
Mar 26th, 2015
George H. from Fallston, MD signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Roger D. from Saint Petersburg, FL signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
william k. from La Plata, MO writes:
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we need the FAIRTAX AND ABOLISH THE IRS NOW
Mar 26th, 2015
Eugene K. from Schenectady, NY signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Chad M. from Dayton, OH signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Charles A. from Fletcher, NC writes:
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Let's just make it fair!
Mar 26th, 2015
dolores v. from Lakeland, FL signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
Paul M. from Salt Lake City, UT writes:
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I have been a proponent of the FairTax since 2005, and after 10 years of debate, argument, contradiction, and dispute, no one has presented a plan that I find more equitable, logical, and indeed, FAIR, than the FairTax plan. I implore you to look past the lobbyist propaganda and look at the FairTax afresh for the same merits for which I hold in high esteem.
Mar 26th, 2015
Lorin L. from Deerfield, IL signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
James K. from Pagosa Springs, CO signed.
Mar 26th, 2015
emilio p. from Lakeland, FL writes:
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This is the ONLY FAIR way to tax citizens, we ALL pay our "fair share"
Mar 26th, 2015
Michael R. from Paducah, KY writes:
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Please and thank you.
Mar 26th, 2015
D. A. A. from Sandusky, OH signed.