Better Taxes, Part 1: "Wealth Tax" - A Rose by Any Other Name

I'm pretty sure Shakespeare did not have taxes in mind when he penned the phrase, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." I also feel confident that most of us don't associate notions like "rose" and "sweet" with taxes. Nonetheless, Shakespeare's question -- "What's in a name?" -- does have relevance for the thorny matter of tax names.

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