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Tax Benefits to Housing and Inefficiencies in Location and Consumption

From David Albouy and Andrew Hanson: Tax benefits to owner-occupied housing provide incentives for housing consumption, offsetting weaker disincentives of the property tax. These benefits also help counter the penalty federal taxes impose on households who work in productive high-wage … Continue reading

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Washington’s Definition of Middle Class

I saw this proposal in Lori Montgomery’s article on fiscal cliff talks yesterday: Fresh tax revenue, generated in part by raising rates on the wealthy, as Obama wants, and in part by limiting their deductions, as Republicans prefer. The top … Continue reading

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