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How about a Tax Law Commission?

John Whiting tax partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers has written before in The Tax Journal about the state of our tax legislation. Here he suggests one practical way of improving things
We all know understand and support the fact that taxes have to be paid; the goose to paraphrase Colbert must expect feathers to be plucked. Those feathers should be plucked in as painless a way as possible and that the goose should have a say in how the feathers are to be taken — in other words consultation. In addition those doing the plucking should ensure their techniques are up-to-date and efficient.
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