June 15, 2012
Tax Analysts Hosts Conference Today on Taxes and the Rich
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on taxes and the rich when we will ask what the rich should pay, and why.
- Christopher E. Bergin (President and Publisher, Tax Analysts)
- Leonard E. Burman (Professor, Maxwell School of Syracuse University)
- Robert Carroll (Principal, National Tax Department, Ernst & Young)
- Joseph Thorndike (Director of the Tax History Project and Contributing Editor, Tax Analysts)
Update: CNN op-ed, Taxing the Rich: What's Fair?, by Joseph Thorndike (Director of the Tax History Project and Contributing Editor, Tax Analysts).
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People that I know who are rich don't go around flashing their money, as indicated in the press picture, which starts the discussion with an obvious bias against "the rich." Perhaps, it would be more appropriate to show "the rich" being industrious and working late when others are loafing at home watching their televisions. I know how this discussion is already planned out.
Posted by: Woody | Jun 15, 2012 12:39:47 PM