Sources: American Allegories #3; “The Oxymoronic Paradox of Taxes”

The sources list for the third episode the American Allegories series; “The Oxymoronic Paradox of Taxes”.

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Investing Answers. “Effective Tax Rate [and examples]”.

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NerdWallet. “2018-2019 Federal Income Tax Brackets and New Tax Rates”.

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Investopedia. “Double Irish with a Dutch Sandwich”.

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*** Supplemental *** Rutger Bregman. “Utopia for Realists”.

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YouTube. CBS News.
“Historian says billionaires should stop talking philanthropy, start talking taxes”.

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