Tag Archives: internal revenue service
Early in 2010, I wrote about a reprehensible IRS plan to create a cartel in the tax preparation industry, which would screw small firms and entrepreneurs to help line the… Read more
This interview with the IRS Commissioner is really irritating. He wants us to believe that all the problems exist because of bad laws enacted by Congress. I certainly agree that… Read more
The overwhelming fiscal policy challenge for America is entitlement programs, as I explain in this set of videos. To protect America from becoming another Greece, we need personal retirement accounts… Read more
New Academic Study Confirms Previous IMF Analysis, Shows that Lower Tax Rates Are the Best Way to Reduce Tax Evasion
Leftists want higher tax rates and they want greater tax compliance. But they have a hard time understanding that those goals are inconsistent. Simply stated, people respond to incentives. When… Read more
Last year, I came up with a saying that “Bad Government Policy Begets More Bad Government Policy” and labeled it “Mitchell’s Law” during a bout of narcissism. There are lots… Read more
The tax code is punitive and corrupt, but the economic damage caused by a bad revenue system is just part of the problem. Thanks to a punitive “worldwide” approach to… Read more
As this image illustrates, the internal revenue code is a nightmare of complexity. And this chart shows how Obamacare is turning the health care system into a Byzantine nightmare. So… Read more
Why impose a regulatory burden on a weakened banking sector when it has nothing to do with enforcing American tax law?
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity (CF&P) is praising three U.S. Senators for their leadership in introducing legislation that would prevent the IRS from implementing an unnecessary and destructive regulation.