Journal Article

Eric Toder discusses a potential Border Adjustment Tax and Destination Based Cash Flow in this Milken Review article, originally published here on Friday, March 24, 2017.

March 24, 2017
Eric Toder
Journal Article

Eric Toder describes the tax advantages pass-through businesses face in this article published by the Milken Institute Review.

January 3, 2017
Eric Toder
Journal Article

In this article, Rosenthal argues that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump aggressively stretched the law to avoid hundreds of millions of dollars of discharge of indebtedness income.

This article was originally published by TaxNotes.

November 7, 2016
Steven M. Rosenthal
Journal Article

Eric Toder and Alan Viard address corporate tax avoidance in the U.S. and suggest taxing shareholders at a higher rate would prevent companies from shifting their profits abroad.

November 1, 2016
Eric Toder, Alan Viard
Journal Article

We propose reducing the corporate tax rate to 15 percent and replacing the foregone revenue with a tax at ordinary income rates on the accrued, or mark-to-market, income of American shareholders of publicly traded corporations, accompanied by an imputation credit for U.S. corporate income taxes...

October 1, 2016
Eric Toder, Alan Viard
Journal Article

In this report, Rosenthal and Austin demonstrate that the share of U.S. stocks held by taxable accounts has declined sharply over the last 50 years, and they urge lawmakers to carefully consider this shareholder base erosion when determining how best to tax corporate earnings.

May 16, 2016
Steven M. Rosenthal, Lydia Austin
Journal Article

Looking specifically at taxes, Brookings Senior Fellow William Gale and Research Assistant Aaron Krupkin write that the U.S. does not have a good tax system that raises the revenues needed “to finance government spending in a manner that is as simple, equitable, and growth-friendly as possible...

November 25, 2015
William G. Gale, Aaron Krupkin
Journal Article

We explore issues related to a financial transaction tax (FTT) in the United States. We trace the history and current practice of the tax in the United States and other countries, review evidence of its impact on financial markets, and explore the key design issues any such tax must address. We...

February 26, 2016
Leonard E. Burman, William G. Gale, Sarah Gault, Bryan Kim, James R. Nunns, Steven M. Rosenthal
Journal Article

Tax policies in the U.S. increase the incentive to donate to charity among those who itemize their deductions, and most of the tax revenue cost goes to subsidize donations made by relatively high-income people. Several types of empirical evidence which I review here suggest that the donation...

June 17, 2013
Jon M. Bakija