February 15, 2012

Two Tricks to Raising Capital-Gains Taxes Fairly

Ray Madoff, Bloomberg

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From Warren Buffett’s secretary to Mitt Romney’s tax returns to the general uprising against the 1 percent, tax reform is on everybody’s radar. In the cross hairs is the preferential treatment for...

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