Taxocracy Tales with Scott Hodge

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By: Scott Hodge, Kyle Hulehan, Dan Carvajal

All taxes tell a story, and today we’ll explore how taxes influenced Bob Dylan’s decision to sell his music catalog, how the “chicken taxA tax is a mandatory payment or charge collected by local, state, and national governments from individuals or businesses to cover the costs of general government services, goods, and activities.
” reshaped the auto industry, and how the historic “tax on air and light” had profound effects on architecture and living conditions.

Scott Hodge, President Emeritus & Senior Policy Advisor at the Tax Foundation, joins host Kyle Hulehan to discuss his new book, Taxocracy: What You Don’t Know About Taxes and How They Rule Your Daily Life.

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