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Kaspar and I'm the Secretary of Defense.welcome to today's Department of Defense.virtual Town Hall I'm joined today by.the chairman of the joint chiefs of.staff general mark Milley and by the.senior enlisted advisor to the chairman.cologne lopez i want to begin by.thanking the 50,000 plus service members.who are on the front lines today.fighting the fight against the corona.virus you've made us all very proud and.very impressed by your service your.skill and your selflessness the.accomplishments that you're making in.states and cities around the country are.remarkable and the American people.appreciate it I know I deeply appreciate.it as well for many of you you're.risking your own health and welfare as.well and so you have our highest regard.and respect with regard to those forces.out there as many of you know the.department defense has been all-in from.day one over two plus months now going.back to January we have over 28,000.National Guardsmen activated in every.state and the territories we have.thousands of active component and.Reserve Component soldiers sailors.airmen and Marines and listing enlisting.their support around the country we have.15,000 Army Corps of Engineers personnel.and 1,700 deployed around the company a.country helping create and expand.hospital capacity in several states in.fact today to date they've they have.conducted over 800 site surveys around.the country we also have deployed a.number of Army Field hospitals and Navy.expeditionary medical units we have.eight urban medical task force deploying.they're going to cities such as New York.where they are most employed we're in.Seattle Chicago we will be going to.Detroit New Orleans Dallas and elsewhere.so those doctors and nurses and other.medical professionals and other service.members are doing yeoman's work out on.the front lines the mercy and comfort as.many of you know are also docked in Los.Angeles and New York providing critical.support and prepared to address overflow.capacity as needed on top of that we've.provided a number of medical equipment.to our colleagues and HHS and FEMA we.provided 10 million masks we've provided.and.transported millions of swabs from.abroad test swabs we've also provided.ventilators and other pieces of personal.protective equipment to our colleagues.at FEMA and HHS to distribute around the.country on top of that our top tier.research scientists and medical.professionals are helping work with the.private sector to come up with a vaccine.they're also working to develop.therapeutics to help us get through this.crisis as quickly as possible.and on top of that we continue to.maintain our top mission that is making.sure the United States remains safe and.secure as many of you know I've outlined.three priorities from day one first.protect our people take care of our.soldiers sailors airmen and Marines our.civilians and their families number two.ensure that we preserve our essential.mission capabilities so we can continue.defending the American people the United.States of America and our interests.abroad and priority number three provide.full support to the whole of government.whole nation responds that we are.orchestrating right now as you know.everyone must do their part to reduce.the spread of the virus we see some.light at the end of the tunnel but we're.far from being out of the woods at this.point Tom I encourage you you to follow.the President of the United States is.30-day plan and CDC guidance to help.reduce the spread of the virus as you.know the CDC recently outlined guidance.additional guidance with regard to face.coverings we immediately also put out.our policy on face coverings as well.that face covering says we're social.distancing is not possible where you.cannot get outside of six feet then you.should wear a face covering if you're.off off a DoD installation if you're on.a DoD installation or base or facility.it is required many of our adversaries.as you know are trying to exploit this.crisis so it's important that we.maintain readiness I have full faith and.confidence in our commanders and our.senior NCOs to balance mission.requirements and Hort and force health.protection it's absolutely critical that.we do so lastly I like to say that we.will ensure for deployed troops receive.the support and resources they need to.accomplish their very critical national.security missions with that I'll wrap up.by saying I'm very very proud of all of.our servicemembers.whether you're deployed on the front.lines of this fight or not whether.you're deployed abroad conducting your.national security mission or not and of.course our families it's been tough.times here in the United States and many.of you have again put your own health.and webflow on the line to help protect.your fellow Americans so you have my.highest regard in my respect in my pride.and I want to thank you for all that.these are difficult times but I'm.confident we will get through this.together and we'll be stronger and more.resilient on the back end with that I'd.like to turn over the stage to the.chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.general mark Milley secretary appreciate.that and and good morning everyone.that's out there I want to just.highlight a couple of things that the.secretary just mentioned what you heard.was a wide variety of capabilities and.supplies and hospitals troops 50,000.troops 19 hospitals just out of the army.seven out of the out of the Navy two out.of the Air Force operating in five.different cities taking care of patients.all over the place and what you see in.addition to the comfort and the mercy is.a significant level of effort by your.military and all of you each one of you.whether you're directly contributing to.the kovat fight and one of the 50,000 or.whether you're in the remainder of the.2.3 million that are in uniform every.one of you makes us proud every one of.you is making a contribution and we will.continue to do that we're going to.continue to defend our our country we're.going to continue to provide the mission.assurance around the world we're also.going to continue to protect the.American people from the ravages of.kovat 19 and we will continue to take.care of our troops and our families so.all of you are making a significant.contribution to the defense the United.States that you make all of us proud we.just asked a couple of things a one as.you do pay attention to the guidance.that's been put out by the CDC and the.President to is that you use the chain.of command we think that the information.flow up and down the chain of command.has been significant over the last.several weeks we encourage you to.continue to use that and and third is.take care of each other and and if you.see something or someone that is.challenged with kovat 19 please speak up.help them out.and get them to the right medical.facility thank you and I'll turn it over.to the CIA.Thank You chairman Thank You mr..secretary so again our purpose for doing.this town holds twofold.number one is to continue to arm you.with the facts on what we need to do to.get past this pandemic and number two is.to continue to cover our blind spots the.things that we haven't considered yet in.order to best help you because it is the.feedback from the field that is going to.really help us get to the root cause of.a lot of problems and generate solutions.so as we continue to navigate through.this minefield I want to make sure that.you all know that we appreciate your.candor your expedient feedback but most.importantly your support to one another.we're here to learn from you in order to.tailor our guidance to best care for you.and your families and I will tell you.that both the secretary and the chairman.have both been really receptive to the.feedback from you.so help us continue making it better for.everyone so with that said let's go.ahead and take questions the first.question is from an anonymous Facebook.user who are at who's asking is there.going to be a stoploss declaration.coming I'd pose that to the secretary I.doubt it I think it's very unlikely well.it would be a measure of last resort and.would be very surgically focused but.again I think it's very unlikely it's.fair to say as I said in my opening.remarks oh we can see some light out.there as we as we see the coronavirus.flatten in areas where we see Ceti.cities say they no longer need our.support but we're not out of the woods.yet but to me again it's a last resort.but very unlikely great and to the.secretary and the Chairman we have a.question from an army wife based in DC I.understand the kovat 19 situation is.uncertain but soon we'll be approaching.the summer pcs season how will this play.out if there is still widespread or.localized kovat outbreaks will the.service members still pcs who's.coordinating these decisions it's a very.good question and I'll take first stab.at it and then let the Chairman respond.it's something that we've discussed a.number of times we will be having.another meeting today on this matter.obviously we're going to take guidance.from the CDC with regard to when things.might be able to open up what we're.trying to figure out now what are the.key dates by which we have to consider.opening up the system again for PCs.moves and some of the priorities that.we're focused on or probably for.those families with school-aged kids we.know that you need to get to your next.assignment and get the kids in school I.know that's a particular concern says we.think through these issues we're.thinking through who are the most.affected parties and then what are the.other ways by which we prioritize it is.it by school-aged kids maybe it's by.location by which we can release people.either from or to the next assignment it.will involve movers availability movers.and Packers what is their availability.to do that and if we suspect there may.be some lingering effects of coronavirus.what is the medical capability on the.other end so we're trying to consider.all those factors it involves the.services the joint staff and of course.transportation command because.transportation command orchestrates the.the Packers and movers so we're trying.to take a very deliberate approach we.know there's a date out there by which.we must decide and determine if we're.going to help people either get their.kids in school get to the next.assignment get to the next professional.schooling whatever the case may be but.we know that is a major milestone and.working pretty aggressively on it and.the I would add that the first is.probably too early to tell with any sort.of definitive guidance as to what the.summer will bring we are clearly from a.policy standpoint looking to try to open.things up in the summer but the very.first priority is the health of the.soldier sailor Airman marine of the.family member of the child etc so we.don't want to do anything that places.the health of our force at risk so if.that means further delay then it means.further delay we will we will work.through that though as the summer months.come we're very very sensitive the.secretary just said school-aged children.and we know that the summer surge is.there there's a lot of factors that go.into it but the very first priority is.the health of the troops and the.families excellent and I'll post the.next question to the chairman this comes.from Alison Richardson from Fort Bragg.when is the decision going to be made.about the 82nd airborne one BCT.extension going to be made.yeah the secretary and I are monitoring.that along with the CENTCOM commander.you talking about the 1st Brigade the.82nd that's sitting in the Middle East.right now they were deployed back in.January as a measure in order to deter.any further aggression by Iran and.incidents.surrounding the embassy or elsewhere in.Iraq and right now they're still there.the kovat crisis came upon us midstream.we redeployed one of the battalions one.of the maneuver battalions but the.remainder of the brigade task for the.brigade combat team has stayed there in.part because of the Kovach crisis but.also in part because of the situation.with the Shia militia groups in Iran etc.is not on a percent settle down so we're.going to do what we need to do in order.to protect our force protect our.embassies protect our troops in Iraq but.we have a mission to accomplish and the.82nd is America's guard of honor and.they will continue their mission until.such time as we think the threat has.subsided but we are monitoring it almost.daily actually to determine exactly when.to bring them home the secretary is very.keen on bringing them home but it's.dependent upon the the overall security.situation between Iraq and Iran thank.you the next questions for the siak and.this is from Tim Galloway of the air.force why are we letting the Air Force.cadets graduate basic military training.continued and waivers 40d wise but.deployed members are unable to rotate.home that is a great question is.something that keeps popping off we're.getting a lot of questions with.regardless of when our our deployed.forces coming home but the one point.that I would like to make is that we.have to maintain a balance between the.lethality of our force and readiness and.also the safety of our people we have.decided to go ahead and provide the.secretary best military advice memo in.which the service Secretary's ended up.agreeing to go ahead and take a pass in.training to go ahead and reassess the.safest way to continue to feed the.Machine of the services also in addition.to that we have to keep in mind that.each case is going to be different from.location to location in basic entry.requirements to deployments to TD wise.everything is going to be conditions.based and again every decision that is.going to be made to approve those.waivers it's got to be safety driven to.ensure we keep our people safe if I.could just add something on that because.it's a very good point that the siak.made but the the current curtailment of.deployed personnel is critical to the.current readiness of the force and the.health of those persons.it's vitally important that we continue.to access folks into the armed services.whether they are officers coming through.the Air Force Academy or enlisted.personnel coming into any of the.services basic military training the.infusion of the continued infusion of.those persons into the force is critical.to the future greatness of the United.States military and I know the servicers.are taking all practical measures to.exercise social distancing to test young.Americans coming into the service it.taking considerable effort to make sure.we get that right but we must continue.to maintain that pipeline coming into.the United States military in another.question on pcsing one will.consideration be made for service.members who've who possessed overseas on.a dependent restricted tour my tour is.up yeah I've been extended along with.many others and this comes from Chief.Warrant Officer benjamin Ridenhour who's.based in kuwait again same same answer.really as before the first priority is.the health and welfare of the of the.troops so we don't want to be pcsing or.moving anyone anywhere unless we feel.very confident that all appropriate.mitigation measures are in place that.individual we're hopeful that that we're.going to open up here shortly I don't.want to put a date on it and get false.expectations raised out there but I.think we're probably looking at opening.it up sometime this summer from a matter.of policy and yes there is sacrifice if.you're on an unaccompanied tour or in a.company tour for that matter if you're.if you're being extended there's a.degree of sacrifice to that but it's all.being done with the intent of keeping.you and your families safe and that's.why we put the stop move and rules into.effect and hopefully they'll loosen up.here shortly.great and I would pose the next question.to the secretary and the ciock if you'd.like to weigh in what measures will be.set in place for transportation offices.to ensure our Packers and movers our.kovat free sure that is will be part of.the discussion we're having today and in.subsequent discussions how we make sure.that our Packers and movers are.protected and our people are properly.protected so some of the things we will.consider of course is should there be.medical screening before they come upon.our bases or come to people's homes or.it's also they would be bound to follow.our policy if it still is in effect with.regard to face coverings so all those.things we want to take into account to.again in short priority number one is.met protecting our service members and.their families yeah and also you know.with the access to people's belongings.and also their quartering effect that.it's going to be created because of the.delaying moves we also have to.prioritize you know so there's going to.be certain delays that we want people to.be aware that we're going to be dealing.with but in the meantime safety again.it's going to be paramount excellent now.if kovat 19 significantly threatens our.people and readiness shouldn't service.members and their families be issued.appropriate masks to protect themselves.is this something that d LA or GSA can.fill through the supply channels and.this is an anonymous question sure I'll.take the first stab at that well we are.following CDC guidance and what CDC.guidance basically tells us is that the.masks should be and this is a.combination of DoD guidance as well.masks should be reserved for medical.personnel for personnel in contact with.either infected persons or possibly.infected persons as many of you know at.this point in time we've put out.guidance that says with regard to our.own status off post off duty strongly.encouraged that you use a face covering.on post required to use a face covering.if you cannot abide by the social.distancing rules that have been set.forth so at this point in time the.provision of face masks by DLA is - is a.prioritize based on health care workers.service members who are engaged with the.health workers or affected persons or on.a critical security mission as they need.otherwise we continue to urge folks to.use face coverings and those can be.purchased those can be made there a.variety of ways to get them and to.ensure you can add a double layer of.protection to what you're personally.doing let me add one comment here on you.said the question said significant.impact on overall readiness I just want.to remind not only our troops and our.families but all.so our allies partners in our.adversaries that the US military is a.very very large capable force in all.domains in space and cyber and the.traditional domains of land sea and air.and our readiness is still very high and.no one should doubt the readiness of the.US military to respond and defend the.American people if required.we've got forces and we've taken.appropriate mitigations.for for example our nuclear strategic.forces they are being mitigated against.kovat other types of forces reaction.forces high-end soft forces etc so we're.taking all the purview measures for that.and I don't want anyone out there in the.world to think that somehow the US.military's readiness is significantly.degraded it is not of course a headline.news is the Teddy Roosevelt and that.that has been significant as an.individual ship but the Teddy Roosevelt.in and of itself has got about four.hundred positive tested kovat positive.test results so far out of a crew of.five thousand and although that is.significant for that particular ship we.think our assessment both the PACOM.commander Joint Staff myself etc is that.if required in time of contingency.planning the TR would be ready we can.put that right back out to sea if needed.and there's a lot of other capabilities.out there we are committing as the.secretary said 50,000 troops and medical.assets and so on all of that's important.but if you look at supplies we the.secretary committed 10 million masks for.example we had a 20% over a general.stockage that's where those 10 million.masks came from so we are not depleting.our readiness to anything that would.jeopardize the nation from other types.of threats and and I just want to.clarify that because that narrative is a.bit out there and I want to make sure.everyone clearly understands the.readiness of the US military is still.strong we're still capable and we're.still ready no matter what the threat.thank you and then the next question I.would pose to the siak will the map and.this comes from Lieutenant Colonel.Christina Hager at Peterson Air Force.Base well the maximum amount of user.lose leave allowed to be carried./ because of kovat 19 yeah and this is.something that we're currently working.and the three of us here were fully.supportive of this initiative we have to.go ahead and make sure that our people.are taken care of and we realize the.hardship Spring Break to begin with and.now depending how long this goes people.are going to have some use or Loosli.leave and we want to make sure that our.service members out there do not lose.that entitlement so chairman anything.else to add on that one no I think I'm.that afraid well thank you great the.next question prior to kovin 19 some.medical treatment facilities lacked.staffing to handle routine appointments.is there any consideration to sending a.DoD wide recall now to increase the.medical staffs capacity in order to help.provide timely care after we are beyond.kovat 19 and I'd posed that to the.secretary well first I'd say we recently.given presidential authority to a call.up the reserves exercised authority so.we are now reaching deep into our.reserves across all the services to find.doctors nurses and other medical.professionals that we can call up and.are calling up or have called up already.to deep deploy to city's hardest hit by.the corona virus pandemic so obviously.New York City is the epicenter and we've.already deployed hundreds of doctors.there in fact we have well over two.thousand right now deployed of various.components of the armed services at the.same time we're also looking to tap into.those reserves to backfill into our.answer medical treatment facilities.those doctors nurses and other medical.professionals who were deployed as part.of that response in support of local and.state authorities so we will continue to.do that the prioritization will be to.cities and localities affected followed.by filling gaps in our own MTFs I can't.guarantee that folks will be called up.to deal with routine appointments.obviously right now we're the.prioritization is infected personnel.acute patients with some type of acute.trauma or disease or the case may be but.I can't promise that we will call up.additional folks just to handle routine.appointments one of the challenges we.face is we call it reserves that is that.in many cases they are during their.civilian world their lives they are.civilian doctors and nurses in in their.own local facilities and Hoss.so we've got to be careful that we don't.call people up and take them away from.the urgent task of supporting their.local community as in their civilian.role in particularly fit pertains to the.corona virus pandemic so we're measuring.all that taking a careful assessment and.we are calling people up as appropriate.great the next question I posed to the.siak what is DoD's intent as far as.treatment and after service care for.servicemembers who contracted kovat 19.and this is from JW Reed of the Air.Force No thank you just like every other.treatment that we provide our service.member number one it will be a matter of.record number two we will continue to go.ahead and treat as we develop the.solutions for Cobra at 19 we'll be able.to treat and upon exit of service expect.another screening before you depart.again to make it a matter of record but.this is no different than any other.ailment that our servicemembers are.exposed to thank you.and then I would pose this question to.the secretary what is the Department of.Defense doing to reassure and support.our allies and partners during this.pandemic it's a great question and it's.it's important that we continue to help.our allies and partners and friends as.we work our way through this pandemic.it's a it's a global crisis and it.requires a global response and we try.and cooperate and coordinate as much as.possible I will tell you that I've been.on the phone several times with a number.of our my colleagues ministers of.defense in other countries whether it's.been the Ukraine Italy Canada a number.of other countries that I've been able.to reach out to you and I'll give you.some anecdotes if I may in terms of how.we've helped assist them so we've.provided critical medical equipment and.humanitarian cargo in the last couple.months to allies such as Romania and.Italy we continue through our combatant.commanders to provide health and basic.education projects to 22 partner nations.through our overseas humanitarian aid.and desist humanitarian disaster and.civic aid program our DoD laboratories.are working hard to to provide.biosurveillance in a number of countries.defense Threat Reduction agency has.provided a lot of support in laboratory.and diagnostic supplies to over 28.partner nation.across four continents so we're doing a.lot across DoD across the department.defense to help our partners and allies.and we will do more particularly as our.our own supply chains get up and running.and begin producing medical equipment in.PPE we will be available to share that.with our with our partners and allies as.well great and then the final question.the Chairman had a chance to allude to.this but I'd pose it to all of you we.have another question on readiness do.you believe our forces are ready to.fight and win in light of kovat 19 I do.I mean I think our military as I stated.before and and and I wouldn't want any.mixed messages going out there to any.adversaries that think they can take.advantage of an opportunity if you will.at a time of crisis that would be a.terrible and tragic mistake if they.thought that the US military is very.very capable to conduct whatever.operations are necessary to defend the.American people and we are ready today.we'll be ready tomorrow and we will.adapt ourselves to be able to operate.within a covert nineteen environment.we're already doing that and then across.the entire uniformed military we've got.about call it a little a little less in.two thousand so far covet positive.patients it'll probably go up but 2,000.out of 2.3 million is not huge in an any.yet in the 50,000 medical personnel on.National Guardsmen etc that are.committed to the states and so on so we.are dealing with kovat 19 but we are.doing so to minimize the impact on.operational readiness to be able to.respond to any contingency so I'm very.confident in the US military's ability.to respond if necessary hopefully it.won't be necessary but we can and will.if necessary yes I'm absolutely.confident that we were very ready to.handle any mission that comes our way.and why is that because our commanders.and NCOs have taken great care to.protect our units to ensure mission.readiness.we've they've taken a number of measures.across the board whether they are.deployed overseas or here at home so I'm.confident they are taking every possible.measure to ensure that readiness exists.again as you know my top priorities.been number one taking care of our.people that's critical if you're going.to accomplish mission two which is.ensuring our national mission readiness.and depending on the type of units you.are and where you're located how you do.that is very different but as the.chairman said to at this point in time.we have fewer than 2,000 of our service.members infected by the virus and most.of them are mild to moderate we we have.a far far far smaller number of.hospitalizations but when you look at.that number it's less than two thousand.it's much lower in terms of a rate of.infection than you see in our civilian.counterparts tonight I attribute that to.the measures we took very early long on.going all the way back to I think three.February when we issued our first.guidance to the field with regard to.health protection and we gave our I gave.our commanders our four-star commanders.are service secretaries our service.chiefs I gave them the authority to.implement that broad guidance as they.saw best fit depending on the types of.units they have the locations the people.the readiness levels and all that and.they've done a they've done a very good.job for the most part in terms of.protecting our force ensuring that.mission readiness is there and at the.same time helping protect our fellow.Americans so I'm very proud of what our.commanders and and senior NCOs have done.and I'm even just as proud if not more.proud of our service members what.they're doing on the frontlines here in.the United States of America great and.that's a strong note to end on but I.would just ask if there's any final.words as we close out this this Town.Hall I've just say thank you once again.to all of our service members and their.family members and our civilians out.there who are dealing with this crisis.just as we are.I really respect and have high regard.for what you're doing and proud for.those who are out serving on the.frontlines whether it's abroad or here.at home these are tough times.challenging times unique times I haven't.seen this in my lifetime but I know we.will get through this we will get the.stronger than before please stay in.touch with us through the chain of.command we will continue to do town.halls like this every now and then and.we want to hear your feedback we want to.be able to act on it that keep in mind.that we are taking your best interests.in mind as we think ahead about.everything from PCs moves to schooling.to medical issues of any type so we're.thinking through those problems we look.forward to your feedback.keep in mind those three priorities I've.talked about protecting our.servicemembers civilians and Families.that means taking care of yourself and.one another ensuring you're ready to.accomplish your mission and number three.full support to our state local.authorities when it comes to the whole.nation whole-of-government response.print tough times ahead as we go through.this but I'm confident that there is.light at the end of the tunnel and we.will come out of this stronger and more.resilient than ever before so thank you.Sherman yeah I would just just add very.briefly that you know we're a resilient.country we've gone through very very.hard times over the last 1 in 40 years.we're a resilient military many times we.have bent but we never break and and.that that that will happen this time as.well and we will emerge on the other.side of this as a stronger nation and a.stronger military and we are.extraordinarily proud of everything that.every soldier sailor Airman marine Coast.Guardsman out there is doing to protect.our nation and to help the people of.America through this Kovach crisis so.yeah yes mr. secretary so for the entire.DoD forum they're listening to us today.we ask you to continue to be flexible.adaptable and versatile in the midst of.this pandemic and what we promise you.from our n is that we're going to be.your sensors your synchronizers and your.integrators to find the solutions to.this issue but again we will fight it we.will go ahead and win against it and.that time will come soon thank you all.once again take care of yourselves and.take care of each other have a good day.

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Why should it be so complicated just figuring out how much  tax to pay? (record keeping, software, filling out forms . . .  many times cost much more than the amount of  taxes due)  The cost of compliance makes  the U.S. uncompetitive and costs jobs and lowers our standard of living.

Taxes can be viewed as having 4 uses (or purposes) in our (and most) governments: Revenue generation (to pay for public services). Fiscal policy control (e.g., If the government wishes to reduce the money supply in order to reduce the risk of inflation, they can raise interest rates, sell fewer bonds, burn money, or raise taxes. In the last case, this represents excess tax revenue over the actual spending needs of the government). Wealth re-distribution. One argument for this is that the earnings of a country can be perceived as belonging to all of its citizens since the we all have a stake in the resources of the country (natural resources, and intangibles such as culture, good citizenship, civic duties). Without some tax policy complexity, the free market alone does not re-distribute wealth according to this "shared" resources concept. However, this steps into the boundary of Purpose # 4... A way to implement Social Policy (and similar government mandated policies, such as environmental policy, health policy, savings and debt policy, etc.). As Government spending can be use to implement policies (e.g., spending money on public health care, environmental cleanup, education, etc.), it is equivalent to provide tax breaks (income deductions or tax credits) for the private sector to act in certain ways -- e.g., spend money on R&D, pay for their own education or health care, avoid spending money on polluting cars by having a higher sales tax on these cars or offering a credit for trade-ins [ref: Cash for Clunkers]).Uses # 1 & 2 are rather straight-forward, and do not require a complex tax code to implement. Flat income and/or consumption (sales) taxes can easily be manipulated up or down overall for these top 2 uses. Furthermore, there is clarity when these uses are invoked. For spending, we publish a budget. For fiscal policy manipulation, the official economic agency (The Fed) publishes their outlook and agenda. Use # 3 is controversial because there is no Constitutional definition for the appropriate level of wealth re-distribution, and the very concept of wealth re-distribution is considered by some to be inappropriate and unconstitutional. Thus, the goal of wealth re-distribution is pretty much hidden in with the actions and policies of Use #4 (social policy manipulation). Use # 4, however, is where the complexity enters the Taxation system. Policy implementation through taxation (or through spending) occurs via legislation. Legislation (law making) is inherently complex and subject to gross manipulation by special interests during formation and amendments. Legislation is subject to interpretation, is prone to errors (leading to loopholes) and both unintentional or intentional (criminal / fraudulent) avoidance. The record keeping and forms referred to in the question are partially due to the basic formula for calculating taxes (i.e., percentage of income, cost of property, amount of purchase for a sales tax, ...). However, it is the complexity (and associated opportunities for exploitation) of taxation legislation for Use # 4 (Social Policy implementation) that naturally leads to complexity in the reporting requirements for the tax system.

How can I take my child (16yrs) to the U.S if my immigrant visa is approved? My husband, a US citizen, filled out form I 130 for me and mentioned this child as migrating in future.

Apply for green card and she will get it hopefully before she turns 21. Ask him to apply as citizen. Not sure why he did not apply for both of you at the same time.

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