Tax cut is certain, inflation chief says
Washington — A tax cut is "inevitable," President Carter's top inflation fighter, Alfred E. Kahn, said Monday. Mr. Kahn refused to say when the cut will be proposed or how big it will be. It was the first time a high-ranking member of the administration has said outright there will be a tax cut. The White House has ruled out any tax reductions this year, but left open the possibility that a cut may be proposed in 1980 to take effect next year.