Re: LDS Church opposes flat tax, Utah Legislature Task Force is in favor of it
- From: "Stormin Mormon" <cayoung61-#spamblock*-@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 02:54:46 -0000
If there are loopholes, then it is by definition no longer a "flat tax".
The LDS church tithing is a good example of a flat tax. If it's good enough
for the Lord, it's good enough for me.
I support a true flat tax, with no exemptions or deductions. However, I'll
never see it in my lifetime, except in the church.
Christopher A. Young
Do good work.
It's longer in the short run
but shorter in the long run.
"Ned Kelly" <liahona@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
That's great news to hear! Flat tax is inherently unfair to the poor,
and benefits only the wealthy. Especially because those at upper income
levels typically earn it in ways that allow more loopholes,so in fact
they end up paying an effective tax rate considerably lower than the
stated value. That's from my perspective as a public accountant that
also was involved in designing and documenting Canada's most popular
I find is so refreshing to hear that the church is in opposition to
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