How to Tax the Rich with T.I.T.

The Left and the Right often talk past each other on taxation even though there’s a lot of common ground.

We disagree on how high and progressive taxes should be, but we largely agree that unearned income (dividends, capital gains, pensions, and annuities) should be taxed at the same rate as earned income (wages, tips, salaries, net earnings) in an overall more simplified tax system.

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