When you spend money on your children s consumption this transfer
When you spend money on your children’s consumption, this transfer is not taxed, but if you make a large direct gift to your children, it is taxed. Why does this represent a horizontal inequity inherent in transfer taxes? Can you think of any policy modifications that could reduce this inequity?
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