Repair The Tax System For The United States Of America
8 Letters and Emails Sent So Far
To The Honorable United States Government Leaders,
We the undersigned ask that The United States Congress please repair the system of taxation within the United States Of America. There are numerous loopholes in the tax system for our country. The deductibles often go to the wealthy individuals, families, or businesses that already have the vast majority of the income and revenue in America.
This has to stop. Our tax system was established on the basis of paying what you can afford out of what you make where if you make or have more money, you pay higher taxes. We need to make sure that policy is closely and fairly followed. At the moment the heaviest taxes in the United States are paid by the Middle Class who cannot afford it. This is harmful to American citizens and goes against what the United States was founded on as being a place of equality, justice, and opportunity.
Repairing the tax system would do more than just restore equality for the Middle Class but would be great for the economy as well. Having extra money to spend from fairer taxes those of the Middle and Lower Classes would make purchases on both essentials and personal desires. These investments would get things moving again by circulating money through the economy, ending stagnation, and combating poverty and homelessness. With a balanced social taxation system at all levels money would circulate freely through the economy keep it working, growing, and strong. A good way to handle this would be a flat tax rate. The individual family or business has to pay a set percentage of their total combined income, savings, profits, and revenue. As their money value grows so would the amount gained by the same tax percentage.
Therefore we the undersigned ask you, the United States Congress, to please remove the loopholes going to wealthy individuals and businesses and give the deductions back to those who really need them, those of the Middle and Lower Classes. Make the higher taxes go to those of the Upper Class who can afford them and the lower taxes go to the Middle and Lower Classes who can afford them.