Supporters And Opponents Of The Estate Tax Repeal Bill Are Strong On Emotion But Oblivious To Facts

McCleary, Clark B.
September 2000
Insurance Advocate;09/09/2000, Vol. 111 Issue 36, p5
Comments on the fairness of the United States (U.S.) Death Tax Elimination Act of 2000. Reaction of supporters and opponents of the estate tax repeal; Overview of the estate tax system in the U.S.; Implication of the elimination of the federal death tax.


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