Productivity has greatly increased in the nation, but wages have seemed to be stagnant. My free market approach to tax reform would allow workers to share in more of the productivity gains and have higher standards of living.
French Lick, Indiana (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
From economy issues to growing income inequity, it is clear something needs to be done about the U.S. economy. This is where Doug Seger is stepping in with his book “Freer Markets within the USA: Tax changes that make trade freer within the United States.”
A longtime student of the U.S. tax code, Seger is laying out a tax plan that will help the average American worker with a “simple, common sense solution.”
Seger says his plan “would decrease income disparity by reducing specialized tax breaks such as those for capital gains and bring in more revenue for Social Security and Medicare. Taxing all types of income more equally…[is] a simple, common sense solution.”
In the book, Seger describes the present tax system along with different tax proposals that have been made over the years. He then lays out a plan for gradual, practical, free market tax changes that move toward taxing different types of income by the same standards. He also discusses how tax reform could help strengthen the economy and decrease income disparity. He touches on monetary policy, market bubbles, trade agreements, immigration, unions, employment, debt, spending and voting as well.
Seger says, “Productivity has greatly increased in the nation, but wages have seemed to be stagnant. My free market approach to tax reform would allow workers to share in more of the productivity gains and have higher standards of living.”
“Freer Markets within the USA: Tax changes that make trade freer within the United States.
Phasing out supply-side subsidies and leveling the playing field for the working person.”
By Doug Seger
ISBN: 978-1-4772-6218-4 (sc); 978-1-4772-6217-7 (hc); 978-1-4772-6216-0 (e)
Approximately 149 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Doug Seger, a registered Democrat, has worked mainly in factory and farm work and is a long-time student of the U.S. tax code. He is also the author of “Free Markets at Home.“