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Inflation / Taxation - Captialfairism

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Taxation / financial assistance should be calculated to an individual’s personal inflation, in relation to necessity items (housing, food, transportation...). Not communism, but CapitalFairIsm.

FTB’s inflation including house prices must be horrific.

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I have long said that I don’t think it is fair that couples that don’t want children should have tax breaks.

How fair can you make a system?

Personally I think taxes should be standard along the line – and paying for children etc should be paid for like a pension / insurance scheme.

Is this the Captialfairism you talk of?

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Tax breaks could apply to the first child, but after that no tax breaks. My personal feeling is that you should only have kids if you can afford them. I guess that's why a lot of sensible couples aren’t having kids.

I think tax breaks should only apply to things in life which are a necessity. Somewhere to live, food and getting to work.

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All too complicated – but you should pay for what you use and the government should provide a free house to live in (council) – but way out alongside a motorway in a crap area – near a nuclear PowerStation – and only if you work can you upgrade to a better area.

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Just read me post, God I sound like a politician. I will wash myself with bleach when I get back to my cardboard box it's a Sony 32", no rubbish. Our generation should think ourselves lucky, the new generation will have to use LCD / Plasma boxes.

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