New book tells all about tax rip-offs

Mylchreest, Ian
July 2004
Las Vegas Business Press;7/12/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 26, p6
Comments on the book "Perfectly Legal," by David Cay Johnson, published in the U.S. Proof that the middle class has not been the beneficiary of tax cutting; Effect of the increase in Social Security taxes on high earners; Reason for the prevalence of tax shelters.


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