Tax Fact of the Day March 21, 2006 Andrew Chamberlain “Estimated labor cost of complying with U.S. tax code each year, expressed as a percentage of U.S. tax receipts: 22” That’s from Harper’s Index, April 2005 issue. The source? “Tax Foundation (Washington)“. Topics Tags Compliance Costs and Tax Complexity Related Articles Tax Compliance Burden Could Cost America as much as 1.2 Percent of its GDP Treasury Report: Improper Payments Remain a Problem in EITC, Child Credit What is the Simplest Tax System? Calling Foul on Athletic Tax Credits FATCA, Automatic Information Exchange, and the End of Financial Privacy Is the IRS Upholding Your Taxpayer Rights?