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Here's an argument against using tax deductions to encourage retirement saving behavior -- the (less copious) evidence indicates that it does little to increase saving among those in lower tax brackets. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg View) – Here is the basic argument against using tax deductions to encourage certain behavior — in this case, buying houses.


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