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Interview with Dr. Eric Toder

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Document date: August 08, 2008
Released online: August 08, 2008
In this interview for the American Bar Association Taxation Section News Quarterly, Eric Toder discusses the relationship between the Social Security trust fund account surplus and budget deficits, prospects for future tax reform, reforms of corporate taxation, and the possible future role of consumption taxes in the federal tax code.

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Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes | Retirement and Older Americans


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