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Flat Tax – Part II

Earlier this month, I wrote about how the flat tax has been gaining popularity in Russia and Eastern Europe.  It seems that businesses like the flat tax as well. The Cato-at-Liberty blog notes (“…Losing Business to Flat Tax Neighbors…“) that many businesses are leaving ‘high tax-Hungary’ for its flat tax neighbors.  According to a Budapest […]

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Russia’s Flat Tax

According to the Wall Street Journal (“Flat Tax Fred“), Presidential-candidate Fred Thompson has recently proposed instituting a flat tax in the United States “…with two tax rates of 10% and 25%.” One country has already beat Thompson to the punch: Russia. In 2001, Russia enacted a flat tax rate of 13%.  The reform has been […]

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