Is it time to tax land value uplift for community benefit?

Julia Park, head of research at Levitt Bernstein

The uplift in land value has been taxed at rates from 100% in 1947 to zero today. A sensible level of taxation could help fund social infrastructure and affordable housing says Julia Park

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