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Pilla is a taxpayer’s rights advocate and has defended countless tax payers against the IRS. He helps individuals and businesses who struggle with our tax problems, which are plentiful.
The national income tax is immoral and unconstitutional, according to Pilla, and we must design a new kind of tax system. Pilla proposes a national retail sales tax, which he believes will be the best model for America as a whole.
For Pilla, the central question is this: What kind of tax system is conducive to liberty? In his book, he outlines the ten principles that he believes should be present in our federal tax policy. They are:
7. Economic Growth
And he believes that a national retail tax fits with all of these principles.
Watch the video above to learn more about each principle and Pilla’s plan for a new tax system; or you can buy the book here.
Join us on Thursday, December 12 for a luncheon with Michael J. Lotus, co-author of the book America 3.0: Rebooting American Prosperity in the 21st Century.
[Editor’s note: The public is welcome to attend Heartland’s Author Series events located at One East Wacker, in Chicago’s Loop. Tickets and event information can be found on our website here.]