June 17, 2013

G8, scrap all corporate tax, it only dilutes the citizen’s tax representation.

Sir, in all discussions about corporate taxes, like your editorial “The world needs global tax reform”, June 17, it amazes me how it is ignored that, sooner or later, at the end of the day, one way or another, all corporate taxes end up being paid by citizens, but in this case without the representation that tax payment should have awarded them with.

Corporate taxes stimulate politicians and corporations to negotiate in all coziness, leaving the citizens out of it.

The easiest, most efficient and best way to reform taxes on a global basis, is a zero corporate tax.

And of course there are hundreds of ways to tax citizens so as to make up for that fiscal income shortfall.