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
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The Center for Freedom and Prosperity supports Senator Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) recently introduced legislation (S. 1726) to eliminate an Obamacare provision that puts taxpayers on the hook for bailing out health insurance companies that lose money in Obamacare exchanges. Read more
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The Center for Freedom and Prosperity announces its support for Congressman Bill Posey’s (R-FL) recent letter challenging Treasury Secretary Lew regarding implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Read more
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation (CF&P) released today its latest “Economics 101″ video, which details how big government is undermining the future of America’s youth. Entitled, “How Big Government Undermines Your Future,” the video shows young people that big government is the common factor when it comes to... Read more
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity, joined by 20 of the country’s largest and most influential free-market, taxpayer protection and grassroots organizations, sent a letter to Senate members urging support for legislation introduced by Sen. Rand Paul to repeal the majority of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). The bill, S. 887,... Read more
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity submitted testimony in response to open solicitations from the Parliament of New Zealand regarding tax legislation to implement compliance with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Authored by CF&P Director of Government Affairs, Brian Garst, the testimony warned that appeasement of U.S. demands is the wrong approach, suggesting instead that New Zealand should join in efforts to repeal FATCA.
- CF&P Applauds RNC Resolution Calling For FATCA Repeal
- CF&P Supports Senator Rubio's ObamaCare Bailout Prevention Act
- Congressman Posey Rebukes Secretary Lew On FATCA
Even though he promised to bring Americans together, President Obama has used class-warfare tax policy to persecute and demonize successful entrepreneurs and investors. This mini-documentary from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation explains why the tax code shouldn’t be used for anything other than fairly and neutrally collecting a minimum amount of revenue to fund the legitimate functions of the federal government.
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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.