Entry Submitted by RetiredIT at 11:11 AM EDT on June 19, 2021
This new tax is supposed to be part of NESARA. My wife and I are retired and on a fixed income in a state that has no income tax on government benefits and a 6.5% sales tax on everything but food. If that is true about this new NESARA sales tax then the sales tax we pay will be going up anywhere from 7.5-10.5%. Since we don’t file yearly income tax statements removing income tax through NESARA will be irrelevant for us. With that in mind, our disposable income with NESARA will be less than our present disposable income. Is that supposed to be a benefit of NESARA? Thank you.
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