Imbedded Hidden Taxes

Consider:

Remember, only people pay taxes. Companies, Partnerships and mom and pop storefronts COLLECT taxes.

You can't lose money on every transaction and make it up in volume.

Look at any product.
Raw material is mined from the ground
Workers are paid salaries AND Taxes are taken from their wages. Those taxes are added to the cost of the end product.
Somebody transports the raw material to storage
Workers at Storage are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Material transported from storage to manufacturing
Transportation workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Manufacturing workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Transportation to distributor workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Distributor workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Transportation to Retail workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
Retail workers are paid wages, Taxes are taken from their wages, those taxes added to the end cost.
How many workers are involved in EVERY product, paid wages, including taxes, always added TO our end cost of products
Accountants, Lawyers, Bookeepers, Inventory, fuel workers, maintentance people for buildings, equipment maintenance, building maintenance, janitorial...

What if all income tax were taken OUT of the picture. Gone. Deleted.

Some companies would consider it windfall, others would say "hey, we can now sell our products for a lot less since 1. we don't have to account for and pay the taxes, and 2. we also don't have to pay somebody to figure all that mess out. And so THEY drop the price of their products line. And THAT forces all of their competitors to do the same.

Consumer wins, products cost less,
workers win they don't have to pay someone to do their taxes every year
AND they get to, We ALL get to, work for, earn and receive 100% of our hard won wages.
Does that sound workable?

Now add the tax to the product, one time, at the point of sale, and collect it in a meaningful way.
Fair, Equitable, quick, accountable, no paperwork at the end of the year, if you want, you can add up your receipts and see just what YOU contributed to taxes. And guess what, the guy who had to have the Ferrari, he paid the most in taxes. Maybe you and I did with a Toyota. What about the companies that had to have the G5. (Corporate 35 million dollar jet) yep, paid the tax.

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