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lots and lots of people do not pay tax's this is not right, how to either get all to pay or non

Author : CLS

Submitted : 2018-02-26 03:03:30    Popularity:     

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If you want to get rid of taxes, get rid of military spending. But if you want your country to have nuclear weapons, then the few citizens who have enough mo

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If you want to get rid of taxes, get rid of military spending.
But if you want your country to have nuclear weapons, then the few citizens who have enough money to build nuclear weapons need to pay for them.

People do not come in lots.

Lots and lots of people don't pay taxes because they don't make any money. Or at least, not any money that's considered taxable.

Are you complaining about people failing or opting not to pay taxes or about people without a tax burden??

Lots of people don't pay income taxes because they have no income or not enough to actually have a tax burden. IF you make those with even a small amount of income to pay, it raises taxes on everyone.

Everyone pays taxes. Have you ever bought anything in a shop (sales tax) or put gas in your car?

And in my opinion I think everyone should pay close to the same tax rate. I don't think it should increase as you make more money, that makes no sense

It depends how you define "right". People on the lower-income scale have very little discretionary income. All of their earnings go to pay for rent, food, transportation, clothes. Adding an expense burden of taxes means that many of those people will need government assistance (housing, food, etc.), or more than they now get, just to live. So, we'll have them pay taxes only to give it back in aid, plus the cost of collecting the taxes,and administering and monitoring that aid. That's expensive and inefficient. To me, that's not right, and it's better to not have lower-income people pay taxes in the first place.

Also, the way the US income tax structure is laid out, higher-paid people get more kinds of tax breaks than lower-paid people (capital gains, inheritance, other write-offs), and so imposing a tax on lower-paid people is not right in the sense that the burden is unequal and more difficult to bear by the lower-income people.

So, what do you mean by "right"?

Lots of people post question that are tough to read due to improper grammar and punctuation.

You are one of these people.

Start at the top. The top .001% took home 16% of all capital gains. And I'm guessing if we ever saw any of Trump's tax returns, you'd see he paid less in taxes, percentage-wise, than anyone earning under $250k a year, if any thing at all.



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