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Former 2012 Independent Presidential Candidate


Danny Woodring

Presidential Candidate Danny Woodring


Woodring position on Taxes

Tax Reform and Equalization:
•A flat tax of 15% Over $150,00.00, 10% over $50,000.00 for individuals across the board and 5% for everyone who makes under $50,000.00 per annum.
•A 1% increase in the Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes for individuals and a 1% increase in the employers' Social Security contribution.
•Furthermore, a 2% employer contribution to Medicare.
•A 25% flat tax on all business profits, a 2% national sales tax on all items except medical, educational, mortgage related and food items

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