Do you imagine that if LVT's become a thing, they'd be levied on top of existing property tax revenues, meaning we could spend that revenue on other stuff like UBI? I kind of imagine that LVT's would just replace property taxes to some degree, in a revenue-neutral way, rather than providing additional revenues.

Most studies I've read look at revenue-neutral transitions from property taxes to 'split-taxes' (dual tax with high rates on land, low on property). The PA cities, for example.

Do you see a path beyond revenue-neutral LVT's that raise additional revenues?

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