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ACCFAmerican College of Cardiology Foundation
ACCFAmerican Council for Capital Formation
ACCFAmerican Chestnut Cooperators' Foundation
ACCFAmerican Car Club de France
ACCFAll California Club Foray (mushroooms; California)
ACCFAnimal Crossing City Folk (gaming)
ACCFAthey Creek Christian Fellowship
ACCFAlabama Child Caring Foundation
ACCFAssembly of Christian Churches in Fiji
ACCFAmsterdam Center for Corporate Finance
ACCFAlamo City Cerveza Fest (beer brewing competition; Texas)
ACCFAlfa Classic Club de France (French automobile club; est. 1997)
ACCFAfrican Cultural Conservation Fund
ACCFAustralasian Crime Commissioners' Forum
ACCFArea Communications Control Facility
ACCFAdvisory Committee for Computing Facilities
ACCFArkansas Christian Charitable Foundation
ACCFAdministrative Center Conference Facility
ACCFAmicale Cheminote des Coureurs de Fond (France)
ACCFArenac County Community Foundation (Michigan)
ACCFAsian Christian Charismatic Fellowship
ACCFAudit Consultants Conseils Financiers (French financial consulting company; Goussainville, France)
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Still, a few lobbyists bravely bear the torch for a new age of regression, notably Charis Walker and his American Council for Capital Formation, who since the seventies has pursued one drastic goal: to replace most income, investment, and corporate taxation with a consumption-based VAT, lifting the tax burden from investors and businesses and nailing consumers.
(2) "The Consumption Tax: A Better Alternative?", The American Council for Capital Formation Center for Policy Research, 1987.
Walker of the American Council for Capital Formation and Professor Sijbren Cnossen of Erasmus University, Rotterdam, also spoke in favor of the proposal.
Meanwhile, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) recently released the results of a jointly commissioned study assessing the potential national and state economic impacts of proposed climate change legislation pending in the Senate.
The primary argument is that savings are taxed more than once, according to the American Council for Capital Formation, a nonprofit nonpartisan organization that advocates policies encouraging saving and investment.
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