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Taxes #30682

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 25, 1974
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(Studio) ABC reports on mood of average taxpayer since news of Nixon's problems with taxes brought to light.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(NYC) Av. taxpayer questions President' deductions. [IRS commissioner Don. ALEXANDER - insists IRS (Internal Revenue Service) does its best to treat all taxpayers fairly and reasonably.) [Miami tax accountant Art PURISCH - thinks general public upset with revelations with regard to Nixon's taxes.) [Philadelphia tax consultant Charles RICH - says most people try to cut corners and justify actions by using Nixon as an example) [ALEXANDER - believes taxpayers to comply with filing income taxes correctly.) [Los Angeles tax consultant John NAPIER - believes tax system forces people to cheat; system must be changed.] More grumbling for tax reform heard from people around cntry. Senate committee to begin hearings on tax reforms next month
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

Smith, Howard K.;
Tucker, Lem

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