To effectively establish a taxation system across the NCFC in order to properly fund projects dedicated to improving defense, economy, and overall quality of life.
Article I: Establishment Edit
The NCFC hereby establishes a Ministry of the Treasury to coordinate, manage and allocate funds effectively across the NCFC.
Article II: Ministry of the Treasury Edit
Section 1: The Ministry of the Treasury shall have sole discretion in collecting taxes as set forth by this body.
Section 2: The Ministry of the Treasury shall be responsible for allocating the funds it collects as set forth by the Senate.
Section 3: The Ministry of the Treasury shall be headed by the Minister of the Treasury, appointed by the Sentinel and confirmed by the Senate.
Article III: Agriculture Tax Edit
Section 1: A 20% agriculture tax shall hereby be enforced.
Section 2: Proceeds from this tax shall go to the NCFC to be distributed in a manner consistent with research into improving crop yields, and distribution of foodstuffs to the less fortunate.
Article IV: Commercial Tax Edit
Section 1: A 10% commercial tax shall hereby be enforced.
Section 2: Proceeds from this tax shall go to the NCFC for general allocation, with portions earmarked for interstate projects and improvements.
Article V: Industrial Tax Edit
Section 1: A 20% Industrial Tax shall be enforced.
Section 2: Proceeds from this tax shall go to the NCFC for general allocation, with portions earmarked for the military, utility projects, and research and development grants.
Article VI: Residential Tax Edit
Section 1: A residential tax shall be levied against citizens living within member jurisdictions dependent on bedroom sizes.
Section 2: A 1 bedroom home shall contribute 10% of income in tax, a 2 bedroom 15%, and a 3 bedroom and up 20%.
Section 3: Proceeds from this tax shall go to help fund the NCFC Armed Forces, as well as government-sponsored utility services and projects.
Article VII: Enforcement Edit
Section 1: The NCFC, Ministry of the Treasury, or local governments may enforce this act. Failure to comply shall be considered criminal.