COMMENTS FOR TAX REFORM Dear Sir,

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COMMENTS FOR TAX REFORM
Dear Sir,
Along with others, I have been impressed that the Internal
Revenue Tax Code is overbearing. Here is my specific
complaint:
My mother-in-law is 99 years old. She has some
investments along with her Social Security, which provide
her with a modest income, perhaps $20,000 yearly.
IRS regulations and forms would have her submit quarterly
pre-payments of income tax, along with computed tax amounts
and payments each April 15th.
I ask you, isn't this a little much for such a senior
citizen???? Isn't it reasonable to assume that she is not
likely to have a dramatic increase in her yearly income?
Why could she not submit a postcard-size form each year
with her social security number and a statement that the
income was essentially the same as last year, with a
payment equal to that of the prior year. In the event of a
substantial increase in income, or drop thereof, she could
again complete the 1040……………..
Why can't a 99 year old lady have a little peace from the
IRS……………??
Thank you,
Walter Buell
<[email protected]>
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