• Yes depending on what they are.

    They should tax financial transactions of large business in my opinion not someone pulling their own money out of any ATM.

    When these conglomerate companies do business they know every trick in the book to avoid paying their fair share which hurts our economy.

    They need to pay to move around millions of dollars when in fact they are doing business, but the little guy the normal consumer doesn't need to get taxed to transfer money from his checking to his savings.

  • Yes, The U.S. Should Tax Financial Institutions

    The U.S Should Tax Financial Institutions based on the amounts off transactions conducting throughout the day. Most Financial Institutions transact business in the range of billions a day. These billions can help vitalize the economy in which the transactions occur. The U.S. has been a stable market in which financial institutions have thrived, so it is only fair that those institutions contribute to maintaining stability in the form of a tax.

  • Financial transactions should also be taxed.

    Financial transactions also lead to financial gain so they should also be taxable. The amount of the tax should be very limited, but still be there. As long as a company or people gains something in a secure way, the government should always get a small percentage of the financial gain

  • No, the US should not tax financial transactions.

    The US should not tax financial transactions. Americans currently deal with taxes on a variety of things, and if there's one thing our country doesn't need right now, it is more taxes. Our governing leaders should figure out ways to reduce or eliminate taxes in all areas, including financial transactions. The imposition of taxes means more governmental control, and I am opposed to more governmental control.

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