Louisiana tax reform is fast becoming the big topic of discussion as the Louisiana legislative session approaches.
There has much debate, especially in conservative circles, about a national sales tax or a value added tax as a way to raise significant revenue for the federal government while reducing its reliance on personal and corporate income taxes, if not eliminating them altogether.
Louisiana’s Governor Bobby Jindal has offered general ideas that are being labeled as tax reform and what others are calling a tax revolution for the state.
Does Bobby Jindal believe in the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy? It’s likely that, as a man in his 40s, he’s given up those childish notions.