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Latest Taxpayer's Tab: OECD Backs $68 Billion in Proposals

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

NTUF's latest Policy Paper breaks down the numbers behind the proposals in OECD's 2014 Economic Survey of the United States. Among some positive reforms like tax simplification, the Survey suggests the U.S. should take up policies such as minimum wage increases and cap-and-trade carbon pricing that, altogether, would add up to $68 billion in new spending.


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The G20 Meets This Weekend. Which Nation is Deepest in Debt?

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

At the G20 Leaders' Summit in Australia this weekend, heads of state from around the world will convene to discuss their countries' places in the global economy. Some of those countries are in better fiscal shape than others, though.
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