by Paul B.W. Miller and Paul R. Bahnson
Much has been written about the portion of President George W. Bush's tax plan that would drastically alter the treatment of dividends. As every accountant has known for years, dividends are taxed twice, first on the corporate tax return and again on stockholders’ returns.
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