Tax Reform: A Reference Handbook
Dissatisfaction with high taxes is literally an American tradition; indeed, the American Revolution that led to the founding of the United States started as a tax revolt. Today, widespread displeasure with our tax system continues, as demonstrated by the strong anti-tax position of the recent Tea Party movement.
Tax Reform: A Reference Handbook, Second Edition introduces lay readers to taxes in general, the U.S. tax system in particular, and the issues involved in reforming the system. Details regarding past tax reform measures are provided to lend relevance and perspective to recent tax reform proposals, such as replacing the income tax (and the IRS) with a federal sales tax. The author stresses political rather than technical issues, and presents all viewpoints on this hotly debated topic fairly.
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Tax Reform: A Reference HandbookUser Review - Sue White - Book Verdict
Jurinski’s (attorney and law, Univ. of Portland; Religion in the Schools) update of his 2000 edition (LJ 2/1/2001) discusses history and background and federal, state, and local issues; he also offers ... Read full review
TAX REFORMUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Jurinski (law, Univ. of Portland) offers a concise, nontechnical introduction to different types of taxes, usefully explaining such concepts as the goals of taxation, how taxes are enacted, tax base ... Read full review