Arizona"s tax structure, revenue needs, and revenue sources
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Arizona"s tax structure, revenue needs, and revenue sources by Arizona. State University, Tempe. Bureau of Business Research and Services.

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Published in Phoenix .
Written in English

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  • Arizona.

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  • Taxation -- Arizona.

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Statementa research report prepared by Bureau of Business Services, College of Business Administration, Arizona State University for Arizona Academy.
ContributionsArizona Academy., Arizona Town Hall.
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LC ClassificationsHJ2393 .A84
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 172 p.
Number of Pages172
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Open LibraryOL5933403M
LC Control Number64064950

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