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Saturday, January 22, 2005

Sullivan on President Bush's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform

Tax_analysts_logo_9 Martin A. Sullivan has published Economic Analysis: Boxed In -- What's a Tax Reform Panel to Do?, 106 Tax Notes 264 (2005) (also available on the Tax Analysts web site as Doc 2005-873, 2005 TNT 12-9):

Tax Notes' economic correspondent Martin A. Sullivan takes a closer look at the Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform's structure and mandate, comparing the panel to the 2001 President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security.

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National Sales Tax
I like this idea the only thing I would change is the Prebate part... why not use an exemption card instead?
that would make it the ultimate simplicity sale.
Daniel Hazelton Waters

Posted by: Daniel Hazelton Waters | Feb 16, 2005 7:53:30 PM

It would allow for a soft way to phase out the fed...

Posted by: Daniel Hazelton Waters | Mar 3, 2006 6:51:57 AM