Tax Law

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Free the Puppies, Tax a Millionaire
Posted on 20 Jul 2012 by David Brunori

When I was a progressively minded editorial writer, I was never opposed to higher income taxes. I come from a long line of Brunoris who knew neither terrible poverty nor great wealth. It was easy to shrug off attempts to tax people who were better off... Read More

Free the Puppies, Tax a Millionaire
Posted on 20 Jul 2012 by David Brunori

When I was a progressively minded editorial writer, I was never opposed to higher income taxes. I come from a long line of Brunoris who knew neither terrible poverty nor great wealth. It was easy to shrug off attempts to tax people who were better off... Read More

Measuring the Public Benefits From Taxes
Posted on 29 Oct 2010 by David Cay Johnston

Who benefits from the taxes we pay seldom gets examined, but two reports on the redistributive effects of taxes and transfers shed some revealing light on this issue. One report deals with the United States and the other with Canada. In America, taxes... Read More