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The TaxVox Lump of Coal Awards for the Ten Worst Tax Ideas of 2015

By :: December 21st, 2015

It is time for TaxVox’s annual Lump of Coal awards for the worst tax ideas (or most depressing tax stories) of 2015. As always, choosing the Top 10 was not easy, but here they are: 10. The Michigan House. Lawmakers tried to pay for new transportation projects by eliminating the state’s earned income tax credit. […]

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The Tax Vox Lump of Coal Awards: The 10 Worst Tax Ideas of 2014

By :: December 23rd, 2014

It’s time for the annual Tax Vox Lump of Coal Awards for the worst tax policy of 2014. The past 12 months were a banner year for bad ideas and their perpetrators. The Top 10 are: Frank Underwood & Elvis. Tax subsidies for economic development hardly ever pay for themselves. But two are worthy of […]

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TaxVox’s 2012 Lump of Coal Awards

By :: December 24th, 2012

TaxVox proudly presents its 2012 Lump of Coal awards, Thelma and Louise edition, for the worst fiscal policy ideas of the year. The winners are: 10. California. The Golden State probably deserves a lifetime achievement Lump of Coal Award for its inability to balance its budgets, its government-by-initiative, and its endless bouts of fiscal wishful […]

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