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Taxation without exasperation

April 3, 2008

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FOR MANY people with simple finances, filing a federal tax return is an unnecessary chore. Employers report workers' income to the Internal Revenue Service. And perhaps 9 million taxpayers claim no dependents or major credits, opt not to itemize deductions, and have little or no interest or capital gains income. So why make them fill out paperwork, which still has ... (Full article: 432 words)

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