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Update on the Georgia FairTax® Bill

Update on the Georgia FairTax® Bill

by Philip Hinson   GFFT leadership received a much anticipated gift a few days before Christmas in the form of the initial draft of the Georgia FairTax bill.  That draft was sent by the attorney that AFFT had engaged to write a bill that conforms as closely as...

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GFFT Goes to the Fairs to Promote FairTax®

GFFT Goes to the Fairs to Promote FairTax®

Remember the classic Willie Nelson song? Georgia FairTax advocates were glad to be “on the road again” in October and November, traveling to Moultrie for the Sunbelt Agricultural Expo, to Lawrenceville for a GOP Chili Cook-Off, and will be on our way Bostwick for our...

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The Georgia FairTax®: Accept No Substitutes!

Philip L. Hinson, CPA Georgians for Fair Taxation (GFFT) has been hard at work on a state tax reform proposal modeled after the national FairTax proposal, which enjoys widespread support in Georgia. Although the model would work somewhat differently at the state level...

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You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!

You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!

  As the 2016 presidential campaign gathers momentum, candidates are offering several flavors of tax reform; several of them are promising to eliminate the IRS; and all of them are saying their plan is the best. Only one candidate wholeheartedly supports the...

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Find a FairTax® Home on Facebook

Find a FairTax® Home on Facebook

  Let’s begin with this caveat: Facebook has become the social media platform of choice for Baby Boomers – and maybe our grown kids, the moms and dads of our grandkids. Millennials use YouTube and Instagram as their favored sources of information, and Georgians...

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Where Your Donations Go

Where Your Donations Go

Georgians for Fair Taxation operates on a very thin budget. We receive an average of $938 per month in donations to cover our operating expenses. The chart shows you just where those funds are spent. All of these contributions, with the exception of donations to our...

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Maybe a little nudge would help?

Is Governor Deal being a little too cautious in not eagerly supporting tax reform? Rex Sinquefield at Forbes.com thinks so. There were hearings in August about reducing the state income tax from 6% to 4%. No legislation moved forward beyond those discussions. In fact,...

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GFFT Busy at GOP Candidate Events

GFFT Busy at GOP Candidate Events

  GOP Presidential hopefuls swung through Georgia in early August to win voters favor in a political slugfest of epic proportions. The so-called “SEC Primary” election on March 1, 2016 will see voting in Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and...

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Treasurer Opening

  Job Description – Treasurer Georgians for Fair Taxation (GFFT)   Treasurer Overview The Treasurer reports to the GFFT Chairman of the Board and the State Director. The role also is part of the GFFT Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for...

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Our July Eatin’ Meetin’ Was a Huge Success

  One more BIG THANK YOU to the crowded room full of FairTaxers who joined us on July 6th for our monthly operations meeting.  It was chock full of information. Two candidates and one state representative were in attendance. Derrick Grayson is running for the...

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Is it all Hitler’s fault?

Is it all Hitler’s fault?

How does one of history’s most hated figures come up in a commentary about taxes? Read on. World War II officially began with the invasion of Poland in 1939. Hitler had executed a Vladimir Putin type move in Czechoslovakia prior to that, but the Poland invasion is...

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