Taxing someone else is our preferred method of tax reform

We must match our tax system to the needs of the economy

22nd April, 2015

When it comes down to it, tax reform for many of us just means that we pay less tax while someone else pays more. Meaningful tax reform means that someone else pays a lot more tax, and we pay a lot less.

Who the “someone else” should be is not often specified, particularly when it is a politician who is proposing the reforms. However some categories of “someone else” come up with regularity – the...

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