Members of the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform are set to discuss "return-free" filing, among other things, at their next meeting, slated for May 17.
This week will mark the panel's ninth meeting. During the confab, the panel will hear from witnesses on economic and policy perspectives on tax reform and issues associated with "return-free" filing, in which taxpayers are exempt from filing a return. "Return-free" filing is facilitated either by an exact withholding system or one in which the tax agency prepares the return. Over 30 countries have at least a partial return-free system.
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