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July 19th, 2012, 06:03
Mine is progressive in that the first $10k is tax free. That helps the poor and small businesses. Yes, some people who now pay no federal income tax would have to under my plan but too bad. Some people would pay less in taxes and some more but how much you pay would no longer depend on if you had bought any congressmen or had great tax lawyers..

I actually fed the US economy numbers in and it came out OK but that was a few years ago.

The big things is eliminating all the crap that people use to avoid paying taxes. That's where Cain's (and most other) flat tax plan fell down.
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