Sacred Cows of the US Tax Code

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Over on the Wall Street Journal website Richard Rubin and Heather Seidel have put together a video explaining some sacred cows of the US tax code.  They use actual cows and milk bottles of varying sizes.  If yolu’re having trouble sorting out tax rates, the tax base, and the relationship between the two, this will probably work for you.  Warning: it may be behind a paywall. It’s worth the effort just to see Mr. Rubin wear a cowboy hat.

Richard Rubin meets a sacred cow

Richard Rubin meets a sacred cow (click for largere image)

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About Tony Lima

Retired after teaching economics at California State Univ., East Bay (Hayward, CA). Ph.D., economics, Stanford. Also taught MBA finance at the California University of Management and Technology. Occasionally take on a consulting project if it's interesting. Other interests include wine and technology.