Women and Children First- An Analysis of Trends in Federal Tax Policy

1990-05-00

Coalition of Labor Union Women report looking into the buden of federal taxes in the U.S., with a particular emphasis on working and single women. Concludes that different federal taxes have different impacts on women. Finds that the personal income tax is the fairest of federal taxes paid by women and that excise taxes are the most unfair. Asks that tax policy makers focus their attention on sing... read more

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Subjects
Lyons, Arthur
Colvin, Helen D
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
Musgrave, Richard
Musgrave, Peggy
Long, Russell
Bush, George Sr.
Reagan, Ronald
Evans, Rowland
Novak, Robert
Leland, Mickey
Tsongas, Paul
Clark, Dick
TI
Coalition of Labor Union Women
Center for Economic Policy Analysis
The Strategy Group
National Women's Law Center
Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ)
U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means
Internal Revenue Service
National Economic Commission
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Coalition on Women and Taxes
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
National Center for Health Statistics
Congressional Research Service
Congressional Black Caucus
City of Chicago's Commission on Women
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