Tax avoidance schemes: Is a flat tax the answer? GretaWire wants to know

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WASHINGTON–My post Sunday morning about ten big U.S. companies paying little or no tax--the list is from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT.)– is generating some buzz; Fox’s Greta Van Susteren over at her GretaWire blog picked up my post and is asking this question: In light of the posting about who doesn’t pay…would a flat tax be the fairest way to collect revenue?

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