If I were to learn on Dec. 31 that my taxes are going up next year, I would do ... absolutely nothing.
The scarlet letter these days is still an A, but it isn’t A for adultery. It is A for austerity.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 tax plan stems from basic economic principles and didn’t need a professor to develop it, said the suburban Cleveland investment adviser who did.
Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore published an op-ed article in the Wall Street Journal last week touting their latest edition of "Rich States, Poor States," the report they produce annually for the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Governors seeking to expand their economies by eliminating income taxes find little support for the idea in the record of U.S. states that lack such a levy.
Harvard Business Review --
In a windowless hotel ballroom, Utah State Senator Wayne Niederhauser presented his idea for a streamlined state sales tax to a task force subcommittee of the American Legislative Exchange Council.
"The rich can change all sorts of things when it comes to their income."
- Arthur Laffer on Dec 05, 2012