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Tax-Benefit Reform

The current tax and benefit system is confused and confusing. Taxes and benefits need to be integrated, both in order to reduce stigma and to eliminate the deep poverty traps created by our current system.


The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.

Graphic on Integrated Tax Benefit © Simon Duffy 2010.

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