Yes, the lists keep a-coming.
This time we've got Tax Vox, the blog of the Tax Policy Center, with its worst tax ideas of 2009.
Health insurance related levies are on list, along with the debacle that is California's financial (mis)management system and Congress' inability to deal with the estate tax.
But Tax Vox also takes issue with a couple of tax laws that have been praised in other quarters: the first-time home buyer credit and the upcoming expanded Roth rollover opportunity.
Check out the full list and let me know what you think. What tax measures should be in the 2009 hall of shame?Related posts:
- A look back at the decade in taxes
- 10 states in big financial trouble
- Financial resolutions for the 2010
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