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Tag: Fair Tax
Just write em out of existence Kerry.
Get that Fair Tax legislation ready.
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Those interested, can submit tax policy questions at the Northwood University Tax Symposium November 1 at 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in Griswold Lecture Hall on Northwood's Midland campus located at 4000 Whiting Drive. A panel moderated by Dr. Keith A. Pretty, Northwood University president and CEO, will begin with a general overview of the current state of the U.S. tax policy relative to the rest of the world by Dr. Timothy G. Nash, David E. Fry endowed professor in free market economics at Northwood University. The panel will consist of:
For complete info see the press release.
At least pay attention to the Proposals already on the table. In fact take a look at a study of one such proposal already provided by the Hillsdale college scholars.
Governor Granholm has been continuing her path of raising taxes on Michigan as if no one is paying attention any longer. Her most recent budget includes additional spending, (more than this current fiscal year) and she has attempted to manipulate the revenue stream so that the actual tax increase on the citizens is hidden.
Her proposed small shift downward in the sales tax looks good on its face, but she hopes to expand the things taxed to services in hopes of generating the needed $2 Billion plus in revenue to cover that spending. Though she claims it is revenue neutral by 2013, how well can we trust the judgment of the most fiscally imprudent executives the state has ever seen?
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OK - that's not exactly what they said. It's more subtle but basically they let through a quote that said as much. The article is titled: State's economic recovery expected to start next year.
Comerica Bank's chief economist predicted Friday that Michigan's battered economy will finally start to recover next year, aided by a rebound in the national economy."This long nightmare now in its sixth year..." What happened around 6 years ago? Thinking... thinking...
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