By: Sam Brunson
I’ve written a couple times about the various presidential candidates’ tax return disclosure and nondisclosure. Ultimately, I concluded that, unless Congress mandates disclosure, it’s not going to happen.
It turns out that I may have been wrong.
No, I don’t mean that the disclosure norm is going to reassert itself. I do mean, though, that requiring presidential candidates to disclose their tax returns may not require Congressional action after all. Continue reading “A New Approach to Presidential Tax Disclosure [Updated]”