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Write to your Representative and tell them to Sunset the Tax Code!

The American public recognizes that the current federal income tax system is so complex and so riddled with special deals for special interests that it is inherently unfair and inherently inefficient.

The public NEEDS tax reform that results in a simpler and fairer system.

Please petition your Representative now and urge them to join us in proposing to sunset the Tax Code by January 1, 2020:

PETITION: Please legislatively terminate the US Tax Code as a first step towards meaningful tax reform.

You also have the opportunity to send a personal letter to your Representative explaining in greater detail your frustration with the current system. Suggested text will appear after you sign the petition in the boxes below. The suggested text is completely editable.

Make sure to petition your Senators too. CLICK HERE!

Public Comments
Apr 19th, 2016
Ralph E W. from Hillsville, VA signed.
Apr 19th, 2016
Someone from Mayer, AZ writes:
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Why do RETIREES have to pay TAXES on Our SOCIAL Security. THIS IS NOT A BENEFIT, IT IS MONEY WE THE PEOPLE SAVED. You use the word TAXES to loosely. TAXES IS A LEGAL TERM USED TO MAKE CONGRESS AND SENATORS LIFE MORE EASY AT OUR EXPENSE. REFORM THE TAX CODE FAIR FOR ALL.
Apr 19th, 2016
Debbie C. from San Antonio, TX signed.
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Jim H. from Plano, TX signed.
Apr 19th, 2016
Roger B. from Sequim, WA signed.
Apr 19th, 2016
Arthur W. from West Fargo, ND signed.
Apr 19th, 2016
Someone from Waterford, WI writes:
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There are many alternatives that are fair and more efficient. For example, a national sales tax, taxes all occupants of the united states, requires no filing or processing of individual returns as well as being more constitutional in what is being taxed (gods and services vs our time). Income tax levied against wages assumes my time has no value and this is inherently wrong and unconstitutional
Apr 19th, 2016
Charles A. from Dryden, MI signed.
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Someone from Grand Haven, MI signed.
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Mike G. from Burbank, CA signed.
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Gene D. from Springfield, VA signed.
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Geraldine K. from West Orange, NJ signed.
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Eddie S. from Altus, OK signed.
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MARC D. from Albrightsville, PA signed.
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Roman S. from Monticello, MN signed.
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Paul W. from Osseo, MN signed.
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Linda S. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Apr 18th, 2016
Charles B. from Folcroft, PA signed.
Apr 17th, 2016
Elizabeth H. from Townsend, DE signed.
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Michael B. from New Castle, DE signed.
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Michael B. from New Castle, DE signed.
Apr 17th, 2016
Michael B. from New Castle, DE signed.
Apr 16th, 2016
Philip N. from Collingswood, NJ writes:
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Sales tax only would save billions in filing costs.
Apr 16th, 2016
James C. from Medford, NJ signed.
Apr 15th, 2016
Someone from Ambler, PA signed.
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Frances W. from Ithaca, NY signed.
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Edward W. from Ithaca, NY signed.
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Willi K. from Blackwood, NJ signed.
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Janet M. from Malvern, PA signed.
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John M. from Malvern, PA signed.
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Evan J. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
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Helen K. from Woodstown, NJ signed.
Apr 14th, 2016
Jim D. from West Chester, PA signed.
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Phil D. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
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Mark A. from Downingtown, PA signed.
Apr 14th, 2016
Mike B. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Apr 13th, 2016
Peter C. from Fairview, NJ writes:
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If you ask 10 people at the IRS the same question, you will likely get 8 to 10 different answers. The tax code is 73,000 pages and NO ONE understands it. When a law gets to the point where it it so vague that it can not be understood, it is not law.
Apr 13th, 2016
Richard D. from Wilmington, DE signed.
Apr 13th, 2016
Nicholas T. from Egg Harbor Township, NJ signed.
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Andrew S. from Harleysville, PA signed.