Question: Jurisdiction R and Jurisdiction S both impose a personal income

Jurisdiction R and Jurisdiction S both impose a personal income tax on their residents. Under Jurisdiction R’s system, employers are required to withhold income tax from their employees’ paychecks and remit the tax to the government. Jurisdiction S’s system has no such withholding requirement. Instead, residents must compute their income tax and pay the tax directly on a monthly basis. Which tax system is more convenient for the government and for the taxpayer?

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