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A Brief Guide to the Flat Tax

July 7, 2005
By Daniel J. Mitchell, Ph.D.

A flat tax eliminates special-interest favoritism. Under a flat tax, all taxpayers are treated equally. A taxpayer would no longer be able to scam the system by hiring enough lawyers, accountants, and lobbyists.

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A flat tax eliminates special-interest favoritism. Under a flat tax, all taxpayers are treated equally. A taxpayer would no longer be able to scam the system by hiring enough lawyers, accountants, and lobbyists.

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