"Fair Tax" Promotes Better Compliance, Smaller IRS
THE FAIRTAX BOOK --- REVISED AND EXPANDED
In just over two weeks - on May 2nd - the soft-cover edition of The FairTax Book will be released. The book contains revisions to clarify points about the FairTax, and a 5000 word "afterword" to bring you up to speed on the latest status of H.R. 25 and to answer some of the critics who have surfaced in the last six months.
Though the furor over the hard-cover edition of The FairTax Book has died down, interest in the FairTax has not. The president's tax reform commission turned out to be a complete flop -- recommending nothing more than more of the same. In the meantime H.R. 25 is adding sponsors in the congress, and House leadership has promised a vote on H.R. 25 in the coming months.
Many of you ask what you can do to move the FairTax forward. I have a simple, and, on the surface, a self-serving suggestion on how you can do just that. Buy the soft-cover edition of The FairTax Book. Don't just by one, buy several. Spread them around. Send them to your friends. I would ask you to do that today ... buy them today. Go to Amazon.com and order a few copies. For less than $100 you can get 10 copies to spread among your friends. Business owners could buy a copy for every employee! We had just that happen with several business owners when the hardback came out. I can remember several days when Belinda and I were hidden in a conference room signing hundreds of books for this or that corporation that bought a book for every employee.
Members of Congress were already shocked last year to see The FairTax Book, a book on taxes, debut at No. 1 on the New York Times Bestsellers list. If the soft-cover edition of the book has a similar success it will send an even-stronger message to Washington. The people have studied this idea for tax reform, and they like it. It's not just a flash-in-the-pan.
Now .. I see that my asking you to get out there and buy the soft-cover edition might sound a bit self-serving. After all, I'm earning royalties here, aren't I? Well, the same pledge I made for the hardback edition stands for the soft-cover. Every penny of royalties, after expenses, will go to charity. With good sales of the soft-cover edition when all is said and done I will have contributed over a half-million to charity. I'm not in this to make money. I'm in this to change the tax code. Help me.
Here's your link for ordering the soft-cover edition from Amazon.com. Order now and you'll have your books within a day or two of the release date. There's an even fancier link at the bottom of the page!
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