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The Pocket Idiot's Guide to The Fairtax
     

The Pocket Idiot's Guide to The Fairtax

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by Ken Clark CFP
 

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Keeping your job is job one.

In recent years, the FairTax has gained a lot of attention, but for the vast majority of Americans, there's a sense that there's still too little unbiased information on which to make an informed decision. 'The Pocket Idiot's Guide™ to the FairTax', seeks to change that. in this book, readers get answers to all of the

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Keeping your job is job one.

In recent years, the FairTax has gained a lot of attention, but for the vast majority of Americans, there's a sense that there's still too little unbiased information on which to make an informed decision. 'The Pocket Idiot's Guide™ to the FairTax', seeks to change that. in this book, readers get answers to all of the questions they have about the FairTax, including:

- What it is, how its calculated, and who pays what

- Comparisons with other tax systems

- Economic and political effects of the FairTax

- Common misconceptions

- What supporters and opponents have to say

- Moral issues associated with the FairTax

- Author is a certified financial planner

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101195659
Publisher:
DK
Publication date:
02/02/2010
Series:
POCKET IDIOT'S GUIDE Series
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DK
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
File size:
403 KB

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Meet the Author

Ken Clark, CFP, is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Getting Out of Debt. He has been a financial advisor to individuals, families, and organizations for more than a decade.

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Pocket Idiot's Guide to the FairTax 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am really interested in the fair tax plan, but I couldn't get the pro-fair tax people to provide any cons of the program, so I got tis book and it pointed out some plausible cons. I still think the fair tax plan is the way to go, and I hope others will read up and come to the same conclusion.... now to write my representatives, happy reading.