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March 7, 2024

Is the current taxation system fair to all economic classes?




Total votes: 7

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  1. FearlessHusky1
    117.5

    Apart from being overly complicated, I think the tax system benefits people in the top percentiles. I mean, they do indeed face higher tax rates, however, the abuse of tax breaks and other loopholes …Read MoreApart from being overly complicated, I think the tax system benefits people in the top percentiles. I mean, they do indeed face higher tax rates, however, the abuse of tax breaks and other loopholes seem to be common. Read Less

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  2. Ruba Al-baddawi
    90

    I don’t think so

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  3. CheerfulMagpie
    114

    The current tax system places to much burden on middle and lower-income individuals. The wealthy are able to use their lawyers and countless loopholes to pay significantly lower taxes than everyone …Read MoreThe current tax system places to much burden on middle and lower-income individuals. The wealthy are able to use their lawyers and countless loopholes to pay significantly lower taxes than everyone else. Wealthy individuals and corporations are also the least likely to be audited. These are resources that normal Americans do not have. To make it more fair, we need to close loopholes and complete more audits of the wealthiest Americans. Working-class Americans desperately need tax breaks. Read Less

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  4. SEM99
    18

    I’m not too familiar with the tax system but I know that the wealthy usually pay the least in proportion to their income compared than the middle class. I’d like to see a more progressive tax system …Read MoreI’m not too familiar with the tax system but I know that the wealthy usually pay the least in proportion to their income compared than the middle class. I’d like to see a more progressive tax system where the wealthy pay a greater share. This would provide more relief to working and middle class Americans. Read Less

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  5. ramonatodd
    22

    lower class citizens are cut down at the end of the year when they are trying to build a business, or get out of their current financial state. taxes take a lot out, chipping off $3-$5 every hour, …Read Morelower class citizens are cut down at the end of the year when they are trying to build a business, or get out of their current financial state. taxes take a lot out, chipping off $3-$5 every hour, and this is devastating to those who need every dollar to pay for bills and rent. Read Less

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