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should we have to pay net wealth tax?

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Started: 12/7/2015 Category: Economics
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Appel-Yoon

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This is my second debate and i just want to debate this topic anyone wiling to challenge on this issue. In this first round, i want you to accept this rules and definition.

Definitions

net wealth tax:
A wealth tax (also called a capital tax, equity tax, or net worth tax) is a levy on the total value of personal assets, including owner-occupied housing; cash, bank deposits, money funds, and savings in insurance and pension plans; investment in real estate and unincorporated businesses; and corporate stock, financial securities, and personal trusts.[1] Typically liabilities (primarily mortgages and other loans) are deducted, hence it is sometimes called a net wealth tax.

Rules
1. The first round is for acceptance
2. Debaters have to keep their argument d- day, if you don't you will loose the debate (same as i)
3. You can't change the definition of "net wealth tax" without asking in the comment before you post the round 1 argument.

Debate Structures
Round 1: Acceptance
Round 2~4: Arguments and Refutations

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Posted by Mfuss 1 year ago
Mfuss
I would like to change the definition of net wealth tax, to a site possibly more credible and resolute to having an unchanging definition.

DEFINITION of 'Wealth Tax':
It is a tax based on the market value of assets that are owned. These assets include, but are not limited to, cash, bank deposits, shares, fixed assets, private cars, assessed value of real property, pension plans, money funds, owner occupied housing and trusts. An ad valorem tax on real estate and an intangible tax on financial assets are both examples of a wealth tax. Although many developed countries choose to tax wealth, the United States has generally favored taxing income.

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