April 15, 2009
Deborah Schenk on NPR
The U.S. tax code is so complex that almost no one can file a tax return without making a mistake, according to New York University Law School Professor Deborah Schenk. On the eve of the April 15 tax deadline, Schenk gives Robert Siegel examples of common mistakes.
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It's good to hear someone say this out loud. It is theoretically possible to file without making any mistakes whatsoever, but the system at least approaches an ideal, where the cost of preparation (or the punishment for mistakes) doesn't exceed the amount collected.
Posted by: TaxRascal | Apr 15, 2009 7:33:32 PM