Taxes: What we think about them, what we’d like to do with them, and some handy tips


Guests: Carroll Doherty, Cait Lamberton and Molly McCluskey

April 15th – the day we love to hate — is just around the corner. To get you in the mood to file your 1040 and all those other forms, we’re devoting this hour of Radio Times to taxes – what we think about them, what would happen if we had a choice about how are tax dollars are spent and then, some simple tips to make the whole process a bit easier. Our guests include CARROLL DOHERTY, director of political research at the Pew Research Center, University of Pittsburgh business professor CAIT LAMBERTON, and US News and World Report writer MOLLY McCLUSKEY.

(AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

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