January 1996
New Republic;1/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 1, p7
Comments on the proposal of U.S. Congressional Republican budget negotiators the index the capital gains tax for inflation as of January 1996. Main arguments against the idea; Method suggested by the Republicans to eliminate the taxation system's complexity and loopholes; Steps taken by republicans to prevent shelter mania.


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