Features - The CPA Journal Millennium Series - National Retail Sales Tax: Time for a Closer Look - The cries for federal tax reform are growing louder every year, but the question is what would be the alternative. A national retail sales tax would be fair and easy to administer, but would it be regressive, and where would the rate be set?
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