Why a Wealth Tax Can’t Solve Our Problems
A wealth tax not only violates the basic principles of fairness, but it is also highly impractical and difficult to enforce. The reality is that a wealth tax may provide an inconsequential amount of revenue to the federal government while simultaneously costing the IRS a significant amount of resources.
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