What is The Neutral Tax?
The Neutral Tax is a flat, federal tax on gross state government revenue

Benefits of The Neutral Tax

  • Eliminates the federal government’s micromanagement of tax policy
  • Compatible with most other tax reform proposals (implemented at the state level)
  • Enables each state to design its preferred tax structure
  • Eliminates the federal monopoly on tax policy
  • Eliminates all direct federal taxes on citizens
  • Eliminates the IRS as we know it
  • Makes repeal of the 16th Amendment (the federal income tax) practical
  • Eases future tax reform efforts — no more decades of debate
  • Integrates federal, state and local taxation policies
  • Makes the US more competitive internationally
  • Inherently non-partisan policy makes it easier to enact with bipartisan support

More questions? Please take a look at The Neutral Tax FAQ.

Read The Neutral Tax White Paper
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