James M. Bennett

Lawyer, Person

1948 –


Who is James M. Bennett?

James M. Bennett is a New Jersey-based nonpartisan activist for FairTax, a tax reform strategy in the United States which would replace the Internal Revenue Service with a tax on consumption. He promotes FairTax on newsradio talk programs and television shows. He speaks at workshops and manages an Internet-based promotional campaign. He has written hundreds of letters to the editor to publications such as The Atlantic explaining his advocacy of FairTax and urging citizens to write their congressperson to support FairTax bills in the House called H.R.25 and Senate called S.1025. He is the co-director of the New Jersey branch of Americans for Fair Taxation. He is a lawyer and lives in Summit, New Jersey.

Regarding his advocacy of FairTax, Bennett describes himself as nonpartisan and, along with the FairTax organization, does not support either the Democratic or Republican party but advocates FairTax to leaders of both political parties. Bennett, in a television interview, explained "Americans for Fair Taxation is a nonprofit grassroots organization that is nonpartisan and it concentrates on one issue and its purpose is to educate the public about the FairTax act."

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Apr 11, 1948
United States of America
Also known as
  • James Bennett

on July 23, 2013


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