Credit Where Credit is Not Due

Using the tax code to accomplish what the legislative process is supposed to do is bad for both.

Appeared in: Volume 08, Number 2 | Published on: October 9, 2012

Robert Nessen is an attorney, adjunct professor of law at the Boston University School of Law, and principal of Nessen Associates, an advisory firm to non-profit organizations.

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