The U.S. tax system is viewed as less fair and simple by tax professionals than the tax system in Hong Kong, Singapore and Canada, according to a new survey.

An international online survey of its members by the London-based Association of Chartered Certified Accountants found that only Australia and the United Kingdom ranked lower than the U.S. in perceptions of tax fairness and simplicity.

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