Listen: Duke Law School, Larry And US discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming
"Their message in front of a captive audience tax day at the post office became kind of civic ritual. People coming together to meet one of the few deadlines, we all share, but these tax day parties don't really happen anymore. Only about ten percent of US tax payers mail their returns. And a lot of post offices have cut back their late hours on tax day. Larry's Elena who teaches tax policy at Duke law school doesn't think we should all go back to filing by mail. But he says we have lost something here a sense of tax pain as as a as a communal obligation rather than something that just happens, you know, between you and turbo tax on your computer. There are"