The Inherent Fairness of the Flat Tax System Persuasive Essay by Top Papers

The Inherent Fairness of the Flat Tax System
An argument for a flat tax type of system.
# 142583 | 1,000 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Economics (Taxation)

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This paper centers on the core principle that unfair taxation strips man of his liberty, sense of innovation and more importantly of the drive for progress. This analysis deduces that a flat tax type system is the fairest, most equitable and inherently judicial in its application. The philosophies of Friedman and Hayek are examined with an economic perspective, and the paper concludes that a Flat Tax will yield the same amount of revenue to the government while at the same time preserving society's drive for progress and innovation.

From the Paper:

"In 1913, the United States Government enacted the 16th Amendment to the United States Constitution officially brining the Progressive Income Tax into existence. Like most federal acts, it was only intended for a small group of people, i.e. Rockefeller's, Morgan's, etc; the so-called "super rich". Fast forward 95 years and it is clearly evident that the progressive income tax is a dominant force in our lives. Every April 15th we stand in line at the post office, or Fed-Ex locations to mail our un-godly..."

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