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Should a land value tax be introduced to replace other taxes?
A land value tax should be introduced to replace other taxes.
Replacing several taxes with a land tax would make tax collection more effective and simple.
It would eliminate the boom-bust cycle in house and land prices.
The change in tax policy would increase individuals' and society's economic efficiency and productivity.
A land value tax is a just and equitable tax, unlike other forms of taxation.
It is a progressive tax, as richer people tend to own more land and would therefore be hit the hardest.
Increasing the costs for landlords would prompt them to increase the amount they charge their tenants.
Making land ownership more expensive via the application of a tax renders it more difficult for poorer people to own their own land.
Fast implementation of a high national Land Value Tax would cause land values to plummet and create an economic crisis.
Should the Tampon Tax be Abolished?
Should we Have a 100% Inheritance Tax?
The sales tax should be replaced with the income tax wherever applicable.