The Constitutionality of Income Taxes

Posted: February 15, 2015 by Nazim in Taxation

The thesis of this week’s episode is that taxes are nothing to be trifled with.  First, Brett and Nazim discuss the many ways that citizens have failed trying to make income taxes unconstitutional.  Afterward, Brett and Nazim discuss Comptroller of Maryland v. Wynn, in which the Court is asked to determine if a State is required to credit taxes paid to other states under the Dormant Commerce Clause.  Finally, Brett’s wife Jess comes on to confuse the issue entirely. Libsyn link

Source: Tom Dilatush’ blog, JamulBlog, Ponders from the chapparal… (linked)

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