“This is just more of the same from the unelected bureaucrats at the OECD. International tax collectors are determined to abolish tax competition by any means possible.” Read more
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The Obama administration has consistently sought to eliminate education choices and reduce opportunities, particular for the poor. The president has repeatedly tried to eliminate funding for the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship… Read more » Read more
Allister Heath, the superb economic writer from London, recently warned that governments are undermining incentives to save. And not just because of high tax rates and double taxation of savings. Allister says people are worried about… Read more » Read more
A coalition of 30 free market and taxpayer advocacy organizations is calling for the end of the export-import bank. CF&P joined the Americans for Prosperity-led coalition in signing a letter… Read more » Read more
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The Center for Freedom and Prosperity applauds the decision of the Republican National Committee to adopt FATCA repeal as part of its official platform. Since its passage in 2010, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act has proven a disaster for Americans living, working and investing overseas, and is a fundamentally wrongheaded approach to tax enforcement. Read more
“This is just more of the same from the unelected bureaucrats at the OECD. International tax collectors are determined to abolish tax competition by any means possible.”
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- Prosperity Update May 29, 2014
The capital gains tax is a perverse form of double taxation that should be abolished. This bad tax is especially damaging because families often are taxed on gains that are solely the result of inflation. This video explains how taxpayers could be protected by indexing the capital gains tax so the levy only applies to inflation-adjusted gains.
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This article appeared in Forbes’ Capital Flows.
This article appeared in China Offshore.
Opponents of tax competition have long argued that the need to combat tax evasion justified aggressive and counter-productive policies designed to eviscerate tax competition, financial privacy, and fiscal sovereignty.
The issue of taxing powers and direct funding has become an important issue because international organizations are challenging the contribution model and pushing for independent sources of revenue.