IRS Tax Incentive Breaks for the Citizens of the United States of America act of 2013.

 1. If you are buying an American based companies vehicle, You should have the right to write off the interest paid from your loan per year up to $3,000.00 off your gross income. Per vehicle, The vehicle must be assembled in the United States of America. Proved by title of origin. Also the owner must provide appropriate document for interest paid.  2. If you pay cash for the American based companies vehicle you should have the right to write off the amount up to $5,000.00 off your gross income. Per vehicle, The vehicle must be assembled in the United States of America. The vehicle must not be more then 3 years old  And the owner must provide appropriate documents showing the title of origin and the amount paid.  3. If you are buying a foreign based companies vehicle ( assembled ) in the United States of America. You should have the right to write off the interest paid from your loan per year up to $ 1,500.00 off your gross income. Per vehicle, The owner must provide the appropriate documents showing the title of origin and the interest paid.  4. If you pay cash for the foreign based companies vehicle it must have been assembled in the United States of America. You should have the right to write off the amount up to $2,500.00 off your gross income. Per vehicle, the vehicle must not be more then 3 years old. The owner must provide the appropriate documents showing the title of origin and the amount paid.  5. If you are buying an American based companies household appliances, You should have the right to write off the interest paid per year from your loan up to $750.00 per year off your gross income. Per appliance, The appliance must be assembled in the United States of America. Proved by title of origin. Also the owner must provide appropriate document for interest paid.  6. If you pay cash for the American based companies household appliances you should have the right to write off the amount up to  $5,000.00 off your gross income. Per appliance, The appliance must be assembled in the United States of America. Proved by title of origin and the amount paid. more to come, thanks KJF.

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I applaud you enthusiasm, but adding more loopholes in our tax codes, even if for American goods, does not help. As the deficit and spending are out of control, 47% of working Americans do not pay ANY taxes due to excessive deductions and loopholes.  Everyone wants government services, but no one wants to pay for them; we need real and fair tax reform... or, personally, I am a proponent of the Fair Tax proposal which does away with all individual, corporate, and capital gains taxes, replacing those with a national consumer tax. Americans and American companies can then spend, save, or invest those revenues as they choose. This type of taxation also attracts companies to do business in the US ( and creating more jobs and US products). I am also a supporter of a National Strategic Tariff that would level the trading inequities of those manufacturing outside the US (including those "American" internationals) while creating and protecting many US industries (again, yielding US jobs and products). Although we desperately need to control government spending, decreasing revenue through ever more loopholes, even for a good cause, will lead to more problems than solutions.
I agree with you for the most part Troy.  As you said adding more loopholes is what Congress is good at.  Now they can claim they are making better for the average American, but how many will even know this exists?  I agree with the consumer tax, but there should also be some kind of flat tax (a sliding scaled based upon all earned income) to help make sure everyone is involved with our country, somehow.  It just upsets me that companies like GE can get away with not even 1 dollar in taxes, but we pay them.  They are really taking advantage of loopholes.  Trying to "fix" the tax code would be one thing I would try to do if I ran for President this time...the secret is keep the politicians out of it.  I know, impossible...but I can dream.   
Yes Troy there are to many loopholes in our tax code and that's why we will have a flat federal tax about 15% then you would get tax incentive breaks. And all companies will pay federal tax too.
OK. If we assume we keep an income tax, it should be flat for company earnings (not revenue) and capital gains. It should be graduated for individual incomes up to $29,000/yr household income, then flat. For those who have ever tried to live on $14/hr and support yourself, much less a family, you know how difficult it can be. (I believe the median household income is currently around $47,000/yr.)  I firmly disagree with any breaks or loopholes. Flat should mean flat, whether it's 15% for someone making $250K, 8% for someone making 20K, or 15% for GE's $10B in earnings. There should NEVER be anyone or any company that doesn't contribute their percentage to the commonwealth.  No deductions, incentives, write-offs ...nothing. It ultra-simplifies the tax code, will diminish the excessive expenditures for tax accountants, lawyers, and civil servants, and increase government revenues.
Keith, Jean Jacques Roussau(19th Century-France) once said, "Everyone is born free, but we all live and die in chains." This so true, but we can begin to break free of the financial chains that are destroying the American Empire. All of us(citizens and government officials) have to sacrifice first. A start on the DEBT would be to have a corporate and personal tax placed on all purchases for investments through Wall Street brokers. We all have to "Get Real" and face the fact that out country is going down the tubes very fast. There are no more free lunches. As unpopular as this idea will be in the short-run, in the long run hundreds of millions of dollars a year can be applied to the debt and this is just a start. A 15% flat tax with no deductions for people and businesses would do wonders. Businesses outside of the country that are also located within the borders of the United States must pay appropriate taxes. It's time to stop crying "Take Care of Me" and start taking care of our country!

George well said i look for all views of all the citizens of America, I learn from peoples views THANKS KJF.

Keith. I like this proposal and will vote for it, if given the opportunity. It offers incentive to buy American made products, which is a step in the right direction.

The other counter, or alternate proposals, coming in as responses here, should be separately posted in this group.

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