Taxes and The Family

Tax Policy and The Family

Recently we came across this article by Robert Stein, former deputy assistant secretary for macroeconomic analysis at the U.S. Treasury Department, on “Taxes and the Family.” The whole article is worth a read, albeit slow-going at times, because he makes a compelling argument that the federal tax code should be more friendly to families with children. Why? Put simply, these households are engaged in production–creating human …

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