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Published on Nov 15, 2009
Based on some ideas expressed by Milton Friedman, the negative income tax is a compromise of sorts. It allows a small amount of government assistance in exchange for the elimination of the welfare state. It achieves the goals of those who advocate a safety net by effectively setting an income floor, while not sacrificing an incentive to work, invest, save, and prosper.