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An Introduction to Two-Rate Taxation of Land and Buildings

In the U.S., land and improvements to that land (e.g., buildings) are generally taxed at the same rate. This paper describes historic and current arguments for two-rate (or split-rate) taxation, which taxes land at a higher rate than structures. In theory, two-rate taxation reduces deadweight losses associated with distortionary taxation and generates additional economic activity.

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