In recent testimony before the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan floated the idea of a consumption tax to replace all or part of the current income tax.
Citing the escalating concern that the aging Baby Boomers have not saved enough to fund their retirement, Greenspan suggested that the consumption tax could provide an effective incentive to greater national saving.
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