Watch Out for Those Billionaires Wielding $601

POLITICS & POLICY
Then-Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen in Washington, D.C., in 2017. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Janet Yellen says that the IRS needs to look into all banking transactions that exceed $600 because otherwise billionaires will cheat on their taxes:

This, of course, is nonsense. As it so happens, $600 is the threshold at which businesses are obliged to report paying independent contractors. If Yellen believes that the IRS is losing out on transactions such as these — and that, as a result, it needs to see aggregate inflows and outflows that exceed $600 — then she should say so. But pretending that by “high income individuals with opaque source of income” she means “billionaires” instead of small businesses owners represents an absurd insult to our intelligence.

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