A well-designed tax system raises revenue for necessary programs as efficiently, fairly, and simply as possible. The goal of fundamental tax reform is to reconcile these often-conflicting goals, and reform the current tax system in a way that minimizes the compexity, unfairness and economic inefficiency that have characterized the U.S. tax system for generations.
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