In the Tuesday Wall Street Journal, Professor Alan Blinder wrote of his puzzlement at the very slow growth of productivity in the last three years. There is really no mystery. The rate of growth of investment in...
- Fraction of Each Quintile's Total Tax Burden Account...
Fraction of Each Quintile's Total Tax Burden Accounted for by Each Type of Tax, Calendar Year 2004
Note: This table measures the economic incidence of taxes rather than the legal incidence. For a more detailed explanation, see "Who Pays Taxes and Who Receives Government Spending? An Analysis of Federal, State and Local Tax and Spending Distributions, 1991-2004," Tax Foundation Working Paper, No. 1, March 2007, available at http://www.taxfoundation.org/files/wp1.pdf.
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