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The MI FairTax: A Tax Replacement Plan!

  The MI FairTax REPLACES:

  MI Personal Income Tax 4.35%

  Business to business sales taxes


It's clear. It's time for a change — it's time for the MI FairTax.
The current tax system is broken. It's complicated, easy to evade, and unfairly burdens the lower and middle classes. And, attempts to fix it have only made it worse.

The Michigan FairTax is Fair:
It replaces the state income tax system, which taxes what we earn, with a 9% tax on what we spend that's above necessities. The MI FairTax is a consumption tax: the more you buy, the more you pay in taxes; the less you buy, the less you pay in taxes. So everyone pays fairly when they choose to spend (and benefit).

The MI FairTax:
*   Makes sure everyone pays their fair share
*   Allows you to keep your entire pay check free of state taxes
*   Un-taxes everyone with a rebate on the necessities of life
*   Stimulates investment, economic growth and job creation

The MI FairTax is Simple:
*   NO Tax Filings
*   NO Loopholes
*   NO Hidden Taxes

The MI FairTax is Pro-growth:
*   Click here for a  Brochure and watch the MI FairTax slideshow

The MI Fair Tax Proposal is definitely the single most far reaching and important step forward in the effort to make Michigan competitive again.    It's time for bold and innovative change.  2014 is the right time for the MI FairTax.

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A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE MICHIGAN CONSTITUTION BY AMENDING SECTIONS 3, 7, 8, 10, and 11 OF ARTICLE IX, AND BY ADDING SECTIONS 43, 44, 45, 46, AND 47 TO ARTICLE IX.  THE AMENDMENT IS BRIEFLY SUMMARIZED AS FOLLOWS:  The Michigan Fair Tax Proposal would amend the Constitution of the State of Michigan to eliminate the Michigan Income Tax of 4.35% and replaces those taxes with a 9% sales tax on all consumer purchases of goods and services, but does not tax business to business transactions.  No other statewide tax could be restored, enacted, or the sales tax increased without a vote of the people.  The state shall reimburse to every Michigan citizen's household an amount based on the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.

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