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@B4NNNPVProgressive from Massachusetts answered…7hrs

Increase tax rate on real estate and make capital gains tax progressive

@B4L9HLDSocialist from Utah answered…4 days

Yes, but only for those completing the transaction as a corporation

@B4JD7R8Green from Maryland answered…1wk

@B4HG9RFDemocrat from California answered…2wks

No, but have taxes based on held assets rather than sales akin to the way property taxes work.

@B3P94H3Democrat from Florida answered…2mos

Yes, but only for those who make over 1 million dollars per year

@B3MD24NDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

I would like a certain upper tax bracket to be taxed at a higher rate on capital gains.

@B3B4CBCConstitution from Wisconsin answered…3mos

@B44BRWNLibertarian from Arkansas answered…1mo

No flat rate over all income or profit ex. 10% across the board tax no loopholes

@senttieeLibertarian from Virginia answered…2mos

Eliminate the current tax system in favor of a single land tax.

@B3S2L3DDemocrat from Kansas answered…2mos

No. Platforms to trade have recently become available to the public so the majority of the working class will be taxed more.

@B3R6H8BSocialist from California answered…2mos

@B3PSKWGDemocrat from Michigan answered…2mos

@B36SP5MWomen’s Equality from California answered…3mos

I am still unsure because if this happens realters will most definitely increases prices of real estate.

 @B2WQ2Q2Women’s Equality from Washington answered…3mos

No, but it should for those who made over $5,000,000 a year from stocks, bonds, or real estate

@PreSilverDemocrat from North Carolina answered…4mos

@B2KSX49Socialist from Ohio answered…4mos

Every person should be taxed at the same rate according to their how much of a person they are considered to be. The "3/5" person (blacks) should only pay 3/5 tax.

@B29WPYLWorking Family from Colorado answered…4mos

@B28YP9KTranshumanist from California answered…4mos

@Donmichael-Thomp…Women’s Equality from Indiana answered…4mos

Yes, but at a certain financial level that doesn't penalize working-class citizens.

@9ZXXN3YDemocrat from Texas answered…5mos

@9ZXL3M6Democrat from Virginia answered…5mos

To some degree but not to the level of income since many will rely on savings interest in retirement

@9ZTYC6GIndependent from Texas answered…5mos

@B2VFXQQTranshumanist from Illinois answered…3mos

@9ZSD3KLSocialist from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

@9ZRT9ZLGreen from Tennessee answered…5mos

Regardless, capitalism, the sate, and private ownership should be abolished.

@9ZF28NBSocialistfrom Montana  answered…6mos

Abolish the markets surrounding such things and seize the assets of the folks hoarding these assets.

@9ZD92NQVeteran from Missouri answered…6mos

@9Z8N2RTIndependent from Virginia answered…6mos

@9ZNSQDWIndependent from Kansas answered…5mos

No, but tax those that gain the most money at a higher rate.

@9N885W5Green from Utah answered…2yrs

No, but all income should be taxed at the same rate and we need to abolish pre-tax deductions so people and corporations cannot shelter their income without paying taxes

@9SDMLSMDemocrat from Iowa answered…1yr

yes, for large firms that manage large amounts of money, but not for individual consumers

@9S3F96QLibertarian from Maryland answered…1yr

@9S28JL8Veteran from New York answered…1yr

@9QDH58YTranshumanistfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

Increase it on real estate except the first property or home to a substantial amount but not on stocks and bonds

@9Q8H84DRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Absolutely not increasing the capital gains tax will limit investment in our economy

@9PJZZYYGreen from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but on high-frequency trades and use this tax for UBI.

@9P48GWXDemocrat from Nebraska answered…2yrs

Include a small fee to help pay off student debt for civil servants and first responders.

@Monica-HartLibertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

Irrelevant to my stance. Taxes should be a flat tax on the sale of goods and services included in the price of the same.

@9HQYXQYVeteran from Arizona answered…2yrs

No, this money was already taxed. If someone is making money someone is loosing money. This is the purchase of an item form another individual. Should we be taxing your yard sale?

@9GXBMV8Green from New York answered…2yrs

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