## Re: [tips_and_tricks] IRS costs business at least 4% of GDP every year

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• On Jul 6, 2011, at 5:51 PM, dave wrote: This is what happens when the parasites consume the host. Cost to comply with the IRS’s 10,000 pages of gibberish: ·
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On Jul 6, 2011, at 5:51 PM, dave wrote:

This is what happens when the parasites consume the host. Cost to comply with the IRS’s 10,000 pages of gibberish:

·         In 2005 estimated to be 1% of the [GDP] Gross Domestic Product.

·         In 2005, cost to business efficiency of 2 to 5% of GDP.

Total it up and it averages almost 4%....and that is in 2005. It certainly didn’t go down and I wager why it hasn’t been studied lately is no one wants to reveal just how high the number is.

Well the estimates will vary according to who is doing the estimate.... this is mine, to show that the tax man actually takes it ALL!!!, one hundred per cent ALL of what you produce, not just 4 or 5 %...!! :

The supermarket has 1000 pounds of apple pies, and it wants a dollar a pound, plus tax, to sell them to you.
So you pay the dollar a pound and the supermarket gets 1000 dollars when it has sold all the apple pies. But, it had to pay the trucker and the farmer, and there was tax on those transactions, and the trucker had to pay for fuel, and there was tax on that, and the farmer had to pay for seeds and fertilizer, and there was tax on that, and there was truckers who had to haul the seed and the fertilizer, and there  was tax on those transactions, and tax on the fuel used in those transactions, and the  truckers had to eat, so they used their money to buy some apple pies from the supermarket, which charged them tax.......if all money goes through taxable transactions, all money ends up in the hands of the tax man.
In California the tax is 8/12 percent so lets see how many transactions.....
1000 dollars has 85 dollars taken by the tax man.
so The supermarket has 915 dollars left , let's say it pays the farmer 400 dollars and the trucker 515 dollars
the tax man takes 34 dollars from the farmer, leaving him with 366, and takes from the trucker, 43.78  leaving him with 471.22
The farmer spends his 366 on fertilizer, and the tax man takes 31.12, leaving 334.88 for the fertilizer company
The trucker spends his 471.22 on gas, and the tax man takes 40.05, leaving the gas company with 431.16
The fertilizer company spends their 366 dollars on gas , and the tax man takes 31.11, leaving the gas company with 334.89
so the gas company has 334.89 + 431.16 = 765.34
The gas company executives spend their money on beer (65.34)  and hookers( 700)
the tax man takes 5.55 from the beer sale and leaves the liquor store with 59.78
the liquor store spends the 59.78 on more booze, and the tax man gets  5, leaving the distillery with 54.78
the hookers spend their 700 on lingerie and perfume, and the tax man takes 59.5. leaving Victorias Secret with 640.5
Victoria spends her 640.5 on apple pies at the supermarket, and the tax man takes 54.44
leaving the supermarket with 586.06
the distillery spends their 54.78 on potatoes at the supermarket, and so the tax man takes 4.65,leaving the supermarket with 50.12, plus the 586.06= 636.18
The supermarket pays 636.18 on more produce and trucking, and the tax man takes 54.07.leaving 582.10  to divide between  the farmer who gets 182.10 and the trucker who gets 400 , who spend their money on fertilizer and gas.
the tax man takes 34 from the gas sale, leaving 366 for the gas company , and the tax man takes 15.47 from the fertilizer sale, leaving the fertilizer company with 166.62
The gas company executives spend their    366 on  bribes for the police, who spend it on coffee and donuts. So the tax man takes 31.11 and leaves Dunkin Donuts with 334.89
Dunkin Donuts spends their 334.89 on coffee beans and flour, lard and sugar from the super market. So the tax man takes 28.46 and leaves the supermarket with 306.42
The fertilizer company spends their 166.62 on gas, and the tax man takes 14.16, leaving the gas company with 152.45
The supermarket spends their 306.42 on produce and trucking,
106.42 on the farmer, and the tax man takes 9.04 from the sale of the produce and leaves the farmer with 97.37
and 200 on the trucking,and  the tax man takes 17 dollars and leaves the trucker with 183
the farmer spends his 97.37 and spends it on new overalls, and the tax man takes 8.2 and leaves the clothes store with 89.09
the trucker spend his 183 on gas, and the tax man takes 15.55 and leaves the gas company with 167.44
the clothes store buys new cloth with their money , and the tax man takes 7.5, leaving the weaver with 81.51
the gas company  executive spends their 183 dollars on  new shoes, and the tax man takes 15.56 and leaves the shoemaker with 167.44
the weaver spends her 81,51 on wool, and the tax man takes 6.92 and leaves the wool seller with 74.58
the shoemaker spends his 167.44 on leather and the tax man takes 14.23 and leaves the tanner with 153.21
the wool seller spends her 74.58 on grocerys, and the tax man takes 6.33 and leaves the supermarket with 68.24
the tanner spends his 153.21 on grocerys, and the tax man takes 13.02 and leaves the supermarket with 140.18, plus the 68.24 from the wool seller, and so the supermarket has 208.42
It spends 150 on trucking and 58.42 on produce
the tax man takes 12.75 from the sale of produce and leaves the farmer with 45.67
the trucker spends his 150 on gas and the tax man takes 12.75, leaving the gas company with 137.25
the farmer spends his 45.67 on grocerys, and the tax man takes 3.89. leaving the supermarket with 41.78
the gas company executive spends his 137.25 on shoes, and the tax man takes 11.66 leaving the shoemaker with 125.58
the supermarket spends their 41.78 on produce and the trucker gets 30 and the farmer gets 11.78
the trucker spends his 30 on gas and the tax man takes 2.55 leaving the gas company with 27.45
the farmer spends his 11.78 on beer and the tax man takes 1 dollar leaving 10.78 to the brewery
the gas company executives spend their 27.45 on beer also, and the tax man takes 2.33 and leaves 25.11 for the brewer, plus the 10.78 from the farmer= 35.89
the brewer spends his 35.89 on barley and hops, and the tax man takes 3.05 and leaves the farmer with 32.83
the farmer spends his 32.83 on fertilizer, and the tax man takes 2.79 and leaves the fertilizer company with 30.04
the fertilizer company spends their 30.04 on gas , and the tax man takes 2.55 and leaves the gas company with 27.48
the gas company executive spends 27.48 on beer, and the tax man takes 2.33 and leaves the brewer with 25.14
the brewer spends his 25.14 on lunch at a restaurant , and the tax man takes 2.13 and leaves the restaurant with 23 dollars
the restaurant spends the 23 dollars on new plates, and the tax man takes 1.95 and leaves the  plate maker 21.05 dollars
the plate maker spends his 21.05 on food at the supermarket, and the tax man takes 1.78 and leaves the supermarket with 19.26
the supermarket spends their 19.26 on signs, and the tax man takes 1.63 and leaves the sign maker with 17.63
the sign maker spends his 17.63 on beer and the tax man takes 1.49 and leaves the brewer with 16.13
the brewer spends his 16.13 on lunch, and the tax man takes 1.37 and leaves the restaurant with 14.75
the restaurant spends their 14.75 on signs, and the tax man takes 1.25 and leaves the sign maker with 13.49
the sign maker spends his 13.49 on beer, and the tax man takes 1.14 and leaves the brewer with 12.34
the brewer spends his 12.34 on lunch, and the tax man takes 1.04 and leaves the restaurant with 11.29
the restaurant spends  11.29 on signs and the tax man takes 95 cents. leaving the sign maker with 10.33
the sign maker spends his 10.33 on beer and the tax man takes 87 cents leaving the brewer with 9.45
so now the brewer has 9.45, and the tax man has taken 990.55
or in other words over 99 per cent of all that was produced was stolen by the tax man, in just maybe 50 or 60  transactions , and that is just sales tax alone, not income tax at all even.....and given enough transactions he will take 100 per cent, or as close to it as makes no practical difference to us, who are getting pretty much  ALL our labor and work product stolen by people who do not seem to understand that Lincoln freed the slaves and now slavery is SUPPOSED to be illegal. This should give you some incentive to study the law, to prevent this kind of abuse! - Al

On Jul 6, 2011, at 5:51 PM, dave wrote:

This is what happens when the parasites consume the host.

Cost to comply with the IRS’s 10,000 pages of gibberish:

·         In 2005 estimated to be 1% of the [GDP] Gross Domestic Product.

·         In 2005, cost to business efficiency of 2 to 5% of GDP.

Total it up and it averages almost 4%....and that is in 2005. It certainly didn’t go down and I wager why it hasn’t been studied lately is no one wants to reveal just how high the number is.

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