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Lusby, Roger
May 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p16
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The article presents a letter from certified public accountant Roger Lusby to Congressmen John Linder and Neal Boortz concerning the Fair Tax Bill. Lusby lists his problems with the fair tax, which include the fact that the states must comply with the fair tax, tax-exempt bonds are eliminated, the fair tax is regressive, it shifts the tax burden from the old to the young, and charitable giving will decline under the fair tax. Lusby also provides his solution for each one of these problems in the article. INSET: Talking Point: Fair Tax.


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