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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Should Taxpayer Privacy Be Violated to Encourage Tax Policy Discussion?

Tax AnalystsCara Griffith (Tax Analysts), Should Taxpayer Privacy Be Violated to Encourage Tax Policy Discussion?, 65 State Tax Notes 403 (Aug. 6, 2012):

In Practice Notes, State Tax Notes legal editor Cara Griffith examines a California bill that would require the state to publish a list of the largest 1,500 corporate taxpayers, including the taxpayer's name, tax liability, and apportionment information.

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