Chairman's Report

Chairman's Report

Weekly update on issues pertaining to the passage of the FAIRtax, HR 25. Exploring a new topic every week.

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May 10, 2024 8 mins
Many of us are using artificial intelligence (AI) to simplify many of our daily activities. The IRS is using it too, but they're using it to pry into your personal financial data without a warrant. If the IRS is going to continue to ignore our Fourth Amendment rights, the only way to stop them is to abolish the IRS by passing the FAIRtax.
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Congressman Buddy Carter is the primary sponsor of the FAIRtax Act in the House of Representatives. Just recently, his office issued a press release calling for April 16 to be recognized as national FAIRtax Day.
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This week's Chairman's Report shares an article that was written by John Linder for Fox News. It details eight things that the FAIRtax would change about Tax Day.
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April 19, 2024 7 mins
This week's Chairman's Report shares an article that was authored by Chad Hagan and Mike Huckabee. It was published on April 15 in the Epoch Times.
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Last week's Chairman's Report reported on how America's Elite 1% think differently from the rest of us. This week, the CR gives a concrete example of "elite 1% thinking". Read about how one particular Elite contends that breaking the law is OK if the elites agree with the lawbreaker's agenda.
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April 5, 2024 6 mins
When people hear about all the good things the FAIRtax does, they often ask who is blocking its implementation. The answer is that there is a very small, but incredibly influential group of people who selfishly work for their own best interests, often to the detriment of everyone else. Check it all out in this week's Chairman's Report.
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President Biden's new multi-trillion-dollar tax plan intends to raise $500 billion from American corporations. But as AFFT president Steve Hayes explains, there's a small problem. The corporations may write the check to Uncle Sam, but the money will come out of the pockets of individuals.
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Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee has run for President twice, and both times, the FAIRtax was part of his platform. Outside of politics, Huckabee has been and continues to be a successful media figure. His current job is hosting a very successful show on TBN every Saturday night. In early March of 2024, Mike delivered a monologue on his show on how to get rid of the worst day of the year--April 15. There's only one way to do ...
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March 15, 2024 7 mins
There's a great new book out titled "The Tax Deception" by John Gaver. It's a well-researched comparison that shows how different tax reform proposals stack up against each other and against the current income tax. After a thorough analysis, there's a clear winner--the FAIRtax.
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The IRS assures us that the financial data we submit on our income tax returns is held in the highest confidence. Unfortunately, the reality is that our confidential data is a LOT less secure than the IRS would have us believe. In an eye-opening Chairman's Report, AFFT president Steve Hayes looks at just how loosely the IRS is guarding our most personal private data.
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March 1, 2024 12 mins
In this week's Chairman's Report, former Congressman and original FAIRtax sponsor John Linder answers several common questions about the FAIRtax.
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Artificial intelligence is becoming more and more a part of our lives. Today's computers are simulating human intelligence in a way undreamed of just a few years ago. But one thing remains constant. Computers can't actually think. They have no emotions. They can only objectively evaluate known data. Recently, AFFT board member Randy Fischer asked ChatGPT what it thought of the FAIRtax. The answer was quite revealing. Check it out i...
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February 16, 2024 10 mins
Elites and ordinary Americans have vastly different levels of trust in the government--around 16% for ordinary Americans up to 89% for Ivy League super-elites. With government made up largely of elites who covet as much control over our lives as they can get, it's no wonder that they want to keep the income tax system in place.

The FAIRtax would not only be simpler, fairer and much less expensive to administer and enforce, it would ...
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The DC elites are desperate to keep the corrupt income/payroll tax system in place. To do this, they deliberately distort the truth about just how bad the system is for the American taxpayer. One particularly hideous thing they do is conceal just how much we pay in taxes. In this week's Chairman's Report, Steve Hayes calls them out on their dishonesty and shows how the FAIRtax is a much simpler and much more honest system.
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State governors know that reducing or even eliminating a state's income tax is the best way to attract new people and new businesses to the state. Unfortunately, many try to make up the lost revenue by increasing the state sales tax. That shifts the tax burden down to those on the lower end of the income scale and has led low income voters to oppose candidates who want to lower state income tax rates. Fortunately, there's a way to ...
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February 2, 2024 14 mins
This week's Chairman's Report is guest written by AFFT Board member Randy Fischer. In it, Randy examines both the FAIRtax and the income tax from a moral perspective.
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Donald Trump says that if he's elected, he wants to help American businesses compete with foreign competitors by imposing tariffs on foreign produced goods. In all likelihood, that would start a trade war that would make consumer products more expensive all around the world. There's a better solution, the FAIRtax.
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A jury has awarded two Georgia election workers a sizable judgement in their defamation lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani. One would think that financially, the ladies would be sitting pretty while Mr. Giuliani would be hurting. Surprisingly, that's not necessarily that case thanks to the many twists and turns in the Internal Revenue Code. AFFT president Steve Hayes explains in this week's Chairman's Report.
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In this week's Chairman's Report, Steve Hayes explains the similarities and differences between the FAIRtax and the Value Added Tax.
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December 15, 2023 12 mins
AFFT board member Randy Fischer is the guest author of this week's Chairman's Report. In it, he explores an area that most people don't think about when they think of how the FAIRtax would benefit the country.
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