According to a New York Times columnist, The estate tax affects a surprisingly small number of people.

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According to a New York Times columnist, “The estate tax affects a surprisingly small number of people. In 2003, . . . just 1.25 percent of all deaths resulted in taxable estates, with most of them paying relatively little” [Norris, 2005, p. C1]. Is counting the number of taxable estates and the amount of tax revenue collected a good way to assess the burden of the estate tax?
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Public Finance

ISBN: 978-0078021688

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Authors: Harvey Rosen, Ted Gayer

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