Simple Tax Reform - The NEW201* TAX System

Radical Change to the US Tax Code Made Easy

by Publius II


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/26/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781504913089
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781504913096

About the Book

This publication describes the framework for a new US tax system, a tax system that affects the individual taxpayer and the business taxpayer. I call it the NEW Individual/Business TAX System. I call it that because it’s new, it’s about the individual’s and business’s obligation to pay a tax, and it’s from beginning to end a complete system. However, to settle on a name, I’ve settled on the NEW201* TAX System. I’ll explain the * later. I believe that reform of the old tax system, (the often referred to U.S. Tax Code), is not enough even if among its reformed features, it changes or eliminates the aggressive nature of the IRS. So I have crafted the NEW201* TAX System to radically change the IRS mission and strip away most of its para-police posture and policies. If adopted, no longer will We the People fear the IRS. This book is organized as follows: the foreword is followed by a presentation much like you would find in a conventional classroom or business meeting setting. If you’ve had enough after the slogging through the presentation, good for you. You can stop then. You’ll have the information I want you to have. But I’m not going to let you off that easily. Following the presentation is a variety of explanations, opinions and ramblings built around notes associated with each presentation page. Well then, if we will no longer fear the IRS after we change over to the NEW201* TAX System, then who will we fear? The answer is, as it is, as it always has been—Congress. As believers fear God the Almighty, taxpayers will always fear those whom they are forced to sustain.


About the Author

The author, Daniel V Carbaugh, was born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, in 1942. He attended the local public schools, graduated from high school in 1960, joined the U.S. Marine Corp, and found himself back in his hometown looking for a job in 1965. With a bit of luck and recently found skills acquired in the military, Dan soon found his way to Baltimore, Maryland, and a forty-one-year career in the infamous military industrial complex. Along the way he picked up an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland and a graduate degree in technical management from the Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering. He and family lived in several foreign countries during his career, including Morocco, Germany, Spain, Venezuela, Thailand, Algeria, and Saudi Arabia. In 2007, Dan retired and returned to his hometown to be near family. In 2009, his mother passed away. He and his wife moved to Florida, where they now reside in the southwest coastal community of Cape Coral.