Обложка книги The New Income Tax Scandal: How a Little-Known Tax Law Led to Sudden Discovery

The New Income Tax Scandal: How a Little-Known Tax Law Led to Sudden Discovery

ISBN: 1413458815;
Издательство: Borders Personal Publishing
Страниц: 130

Book DescriptionIn The New Income Tax Scandal, tax historian John C. Garrison contends that if the income tax were applied according to the actual intent of the 16th Constitutional (or Income Tax) Amendment, living expenses such as food, shelter and health care, necessary to keep workers fit to produce income, would be as tax deductible as the costs of doing business. Gleaned from 20 years of historical research and tax reform activism, this book reveals new shocking and scandalous findings about our income tax system. Inside these pages, you'll discover: -How Congress illegally converted the income tax from an excise tax to a direct tax -How through this misdeed, Congress has swindled workers out of millions and tramples on their political freedoms -How the intent of the 16th Amendment, which included the income tax as a tax on the rich, was later betrayed by Congress to include all the workers -How legal precedents showing a worker's labor to be income-producing...

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