68%
Yes
31%
No
60%
Yes
25%
No
7%
Lower the income tax rate and remove all existing tax loopholes for large corporations
4%
No, but lower taxes for the poor
0%
Yes, and raise taxes on all income brackets
2%
No, keep the current tax structure
1%
Reform to a flat tax

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 @4VPG4NVfrom Victoria answered…4yrs4Y

How do you determine rich? Its not about salary really is it. The filthy rich do not receive standard pay and wages as normal workers do. It's these people that must be taxed and that includes all they receive and spend as corporate expenses . The normal worker gets taxed on perks and allowances. The filthy rich get away without any issue on their perks and out of pockets!

 @4SZP3NVfrom Victoria answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but also take into consideration the number of children supported in the household

 @8SZT8Y9answered…3yrs3Y

 @9QYCGD3answered…4 days4D

Yep but more importantly, ensure large company's pay their fair share of tax but outlawing their dodgy systems

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