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In the US, collecting taxes from non-residents who work where they live, is an "unconstitutional infringement". [https://news.yahoo.com/lawsuit-filed-against-city-cleveland-222349567.html]
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America double-taxes the non-US earnings of both US residents and non-residents (residents of other economies).  Non-residents are unrepresented.  Some non-residents may be able to vote in US elections, but their votes are diluted among the 50 states and no politicians address their issues.  Double-taxing unrepresented non-residents leads to a [[Culture of Hate]] against emigrants.
 
America double-taxes the non-US earnings of both US residents and non-residents (residents of other economies).  Non-residents are unrepresented.  Some non-residents may be able to vote in US elections, but their votes are diluted among the 50 states and no politicians address their issues.  Double-taxing unrepresented non-residents leads to a [[Culture of Hate]] against emigrants.
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Latest revision as of 21:36, 13 April 2021

In the US, collecting taxes from non-residents who work where they live, is an "unconstitutional infringement". [1]

America double-taxes the non-US earnings of both US residents and non-residents (residents of other economies). Non-residents are unrepresented. Some non-residents may be able to vote in US elections, but their votes are diluted among the 50 states and no politicians address their issues. Double-taxing unrepresented non-residents leads to a Culture of Hate against emigrants.