"The Rich Don't Pay Tax! ...Or Do They?"
Do you wonder just how much extra income tax you're paying, because the rich don't pay their share of taxes? Does it make you angry?
Well you might be surprised to learn just what the actual IRS personal income tax collections data shows.
In "The Rich Don't Pay Tax ...Or Do They?" John Gaver undertakes a critical look at official IRS personal income tax collections data, to determine which income groups really do or don't pay US personal income tax and what portion of the tax load each income group really does pay. This well sourced book leaves no doubt about how tax breaks affect the rich... and the poor.
The author goes on to examine how fair or unfair the outcome of this now exposed disparity in taxes may be. Then, in a step-by-step manner, he shows how this disparity in our tax system has created an unintended consequence that is quietly, but very seriously undermining our economy and now presents a critical threat for rich and poor, alike.
Of course, why present a problem without a solution?
So, Gaver shows how an elegant and thoroughly vetted plan that has already been presented as a solution to other problems would also solve the problems laid out in this book, if undertaken soon.
Although the silent nature of the very serious issues exposed in this book, keeps them largely out of the public eye, the real threat is in who is aware of these issues and what they are doing about it.
This book is about what YOU can do about it.
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