Progressive Consumption Taxation: The X-Tax Revisitedby Alan D. Viard, Robert Carroll
Alone among developed countries, the United States has no broad-based national consumption tax. Yet, economic analysis suggests that consumption taxation is superior to income taxation because it does not penalize saving and investment. The authors conclude that the U.S. income tax system should be completely replaced by a progressive consumption tax.
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