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Should Honorably Discharged Veterans be awarded Lifetime Tax-Free Status?


Topic: In order to alleviate expense burdens on military personnel, of whom many must obtain food stamps to feed their families, a movement has begun by some states to exclude military personnel from paying any taxes.

Veterans paid an enormous price by their service to America. Some feel vets have paid enough and should not have to pay anymore. Upon receiving an Honorable Discharge should vets be excluded for life from paying income, business (non-sales) and other taxes?

What is your opinion?


Should Honorably Discharged vets be exempt from federal, state and local non-sales taxes?

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Do you believe this benefit would be an incentive for young Americans to serve in the military?

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