A group of professors recently released a study that finds insufficient discussion of the total cost of taxes in public finance textbooks. They find that common textbooks fail to fully include the total cost of taxes...
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Deadline Today to Apply for Tax Foundation Fall Internships
Tomorrow is the deadline to apply for a fall 2014 internship at the Tax Foundation!
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