Tax Review: Value-Added Tax and the Financing of Social Security
Assuming future pressures to raise Social Security benefit levels and an increase in the relative size of the aged population, any additional funds required should be provided from general revenue financing through a value-added tax, writes Professor Gerard Brannon in this essay.
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