Read up on The Fair Tax ... it would eliminate the income tax, the payroll tax (social security tax), the corporate income tax, the inheritance tax, and a bunch of other taxes along with abolishing the Internal Revenue Service.
No more tax forms for anyone.
There would be a net zero, revenue neutral retail only sales tax and a prebate that would go equally to every citizen ... and compensate everyone up to the poverty level.
The beauty of the Fair Tax is that it is totally transparent. The problem with the present system of taxes (67000 pages of tax code) is that the taxes are not only withheld so you don't feel it, but the present system totally lacks transparency. No one knows how much the Feds are taking.
for discussions about transparency (and other issues).
Ask your librarian to get copies of Grover Norquist's "Leave Us Alone" and the Fair Tax books.
The FairTax Act (HR 25, S 1025) is nonpartisan legislation. It abolishes all federal personal and corporate income taxes, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, and self-employment taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax administered primarily by existing state sales tax authorities.
Congressman John Linder is Neal Boortz's co-author of the Fair Tax ... and has been introducing legislation (H.R. 25 in this session of Congress) and which is getting more and more co-sponsors.
for more details of the internal Congressional campaign.
Read up on it and spread the word.
The only folks seriously opposed to it are the lobbyists who make nice livings getting special favors for their clients trying to negotiate through an incomprehensible system.
Keep in mind also, that a complex tax system is favored by Marxism. The Fair Tax would cut that kind of stuff off at the knees.