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Reference no. 9-714-032
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2014
Version: 12 August 2015
Revision date: 14-Sep-2015
Length: 21 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Per dollar of revenue, no tax policy generates more sound and fury than the taxation of estates. To supporters, the tax is a break on the concentration of wealth and power and an easy way to fund redistribution. To opponents, the tax is an unjust punishment of the frugal that sacrifices economic growth for short-term interests.

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Abstract

Per dollar of revenue, no tax policy generates more sound and fury than the taxation of estates. To supporters, the tax is a break on the concentration of wealth and power and an easy way to fund redistribution. To opponents, the tax is an unjust punishment of the frugal that sacrifices economic growth for short-term interests.

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