Death to income taxes? 

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Current ranking of The Fair Tax Book, by Neal Boortz and U.S. Rep. John Linder, R-Ga., among Amazon.com's top-selling nonfiction 1

Percentage of a person's income that should be taxed, according to The Fair Tax Book 0

Percentage the book claims the national deficit will be cut by dissolving the IRS and doing away with the federal income tax 15

Number of hours the average American spends filling out income tax forms 28

Number of negative customer reviews of The Fair Tax Book on Amazon.com, out of 175 reviews 18

Percent state and federal sales tax an Atlantan would pay for a loaf of bread under the fair tax plan 31

Percentage of a $9,000 annual income that's spent on federal income taxes 15

Percentage of a $200,000 annual income that's spent on federal income taxes 33

Approximate percentage of a $9,000 annual income that would be spent on taxes under the fair tax proposal......................17

Approximate percentage of a $200,000 income that would be spent on taxes under the fair tax proposal.............13

Sources: Amazon.com, The Fair Tax Book, The Economist, www.taxadmin.org, U.S. Census Bureau

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