- Tax policy
National Insurancein the United Kingdomand Social Security in the United Statesare forms of social welfarefunded outside their national income taxsystems, paid for through worker contributions, something labeled a stealth taxby critics.
The implementation of tax policy has always been a tricky business. For example, in pre-revolutionary
colonial America, the argument " No taxation without representation" resulted from the tax policy of the British Crown, which taxed the settlers but offered no say in their government. A more recent American example is President George H. W. Bush's famous tax policy quote, "."
Citizens for Tax Justice
Tax Policy Institute
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