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January 18, 2017
Trump may have wrecked the House GOP’s business tax reform.
The devil is in the details, but where the devil are they?
January 17, 2017
More on the President-elect’s plan for tax cuts. Donald Trump told The Washington Post that “we’re getting very close” to legislation that will change tax rates.
A Credit Rating, a Budget Battle, and the Impact of a New VAT
January 13, 2017
Will the country’s credit rating change with Trump tax cuts?
Divestment, Delay and Deferral
January 12, 2017
President-elect Trump: Not divesting, not releasing.
Defending the Taxpayer, and the Border
January 11, 2017
The IRS Taxpayer Advocate speaks.
A Sit-Down, Revenues, Benefits, and a Threshold
January 10, 2017
Who in the Trump Administration do you really talk to about taxes?
A Big Question, and States’ Hopes for Tax Cuts
January 9, 2017
What would “DBCFT” do?
Entrepreneurs, Settlements and Deadlines
January 6, 2017
Are entrepreneurs overtaxed? It depends. You’ll be able to learn more next Friday, January 13, at a TPC event examining the issue. Meanwhile, take a look at the new paper, “Taxing Entrepreneurial Income,” from TPC’s Eric Toder.
Slow-Walking Infrastructure, a Balanced Budget Demand, and a Failed Property Tax Rebate
January 5, 2017
An infrastructure bill isn’t exactly shovel-ready. At least that’s what House Speaker Paul Ryan told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.
On Borders, Bridges, Beverages, and Businesses
January 4, 2017
Another tweet, another tax policy?
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