The Tax Take
Tax reform isn’t as easy as Donald Trump’s administration assumes it to be
This week’s Tax Take is going to be a Trump tax proposal-free zone.
Ever since the one-page US tax reform plan was released ten days ago, it has been open season for the commentators on the business pages. It has attracted this much comment, not because it is radical, but because it is so simple. There’s something amiss when the typical analysis of a tax policy plan is three times longer than the...
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