Richard Arthur Kelo is a tax specialist recruiter for TaxScout Inc, one of the nation’s top performing tax specialist recruitment firms. TaxScout offers companies unparalleled access to the best tax professionals within the industry, and have always maintained to attract high calibre employees to best suit demanding roles in the market. Over 70% of the candidates that TaxScout have placed within roles are still within that company after 4 years. In comparison to the national average retention rate of 40%, this displays a true commitment to the industry. Rick Kelo is one of their top executives and has filled searches nationwide for leading employers.

Kelo also has a very active online presence as a political commentator. He describes himself as a classic liberal, pacifist, and entrepreneur. Kelo academic background is in finance and with his studies in classic philosophical libertarianism he is able to provide quite a comprehensive view on the current issues of tax and the economy in the United States. Seeking inspiration from centuries old economic philosophies and ideals, he draws inspiration from traditional thinkers and tries also to convey their messages to the online readership. Rick Kelo’s Quote Blog provides a good insight into his key idols, for example:Rick kelo

‘If we can but prevent the government from wasting the labours of the people, under the pretence of taking care of them.’ Thomas Jefferson

‘I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it.’ Benjamin Franklin

‘The struggle for freedom is ultimately not resistance to autocrats or oligarchs but resistance to the despotism of public opinion.’ Ludwig von Mises

Jefferson, Franklin and Ludwig von Mises are all studied upon by Kelo in regards to his interest in economics from the Austrian tradition and political philosophy from the classic liberal tradition. Kelo has consistently maintained that a decrease in government involvement, and therefore a decrease in specifically corporate taxation, allows for an environment that harbors economic growth. This classic philosophic outlook of libertarianism identifies personal freedom at the pinnacle of a better society. This means the championing of free trade and individual choice.

Look up Richard Arthur Kelo on on issuu, where he has shared a range of articles that other academics and economists have contributed along these schools of libertarian thought.

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