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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Taxing the Wealthy Debate To Be Broadcast on WRVO Next Week

The first Campbell Debate on taxing the wealthy will be broadcast on WRVO this Sunday at 3 p.m., and then again on Monday at 10 p.m.  Tune in to hear former governor Eliot Spitzer, State Senator John DeFrancisco, Maxwell Professor Len Burman, American Enterprise Institute economist and former Bush and McCain advisor Kevin Hassett, business advocate Deb Warner, and religion minister Jennifer Hamlin-Navias wrestle with this complicated issue.  Narrated and moderated by yours truly.

5 comments:

Ray Ashton said...

I really do appreciate the effort of government in making ways to make tax payment easier for taxpayers. That's why the government make it easier for us cause right now we can apply and file different tax forms online such as 2290 tax form and etc. I really do appreciate their works on this.

Kimberly Mullin said...

I think it'll be better this way if they inform the public about the legalities and procedure of taxing and that if you became the victim you could there is this so-cold civil recovery that will help you get what you've lost when you invested it to an illegal agent.

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