The Tax Game

T. R. B.
September 1942
New Republic;9/14/42, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p316
Focuses on plans of the U.S. government to prepare a bill regarding taxation. Authority of the House of Representatives to initiate tax legislation; Proposal of President Franklin D. Roosevelt that taxes should be deducted according to the ability to pay; Plans of the Department of the Treasury to involve withholding tax, refundable spendings tax and non-refundable spendings surtax, to avert inflation.


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