You Get What You Tax For: How a Land Value Tax Can Help Us Build Prosperous Places

John Pattison
John Pattison
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A land value tax is a tax assessed on the value of a piece of land, rather than the value of the buildings that sit on that land. Many cities switch to a land tax to encourage neighborhood investment and renewal. We've combined our best content on the land value tax approach in this free e-book.

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