August 4, 2021
You don’t have to be a mechanic to drive a car, and you shouldn’t have to be a financial expert to prepare for a secure...
August 4, 2021
Should the federal government prevent a tax-exempt nonprofit organization from advocating a policy position? Should a state government collect information on who donates to tax-exempt nonprofit organizations?
August 3, 2021
A key feature of President Biden’s effort to expand government support for low-income families is its increase in the earned income tax credit (EITC) for...
July 21, 2021
While state budgets are recovering along with the US economy, state fiscal policymakers remain cautious about the post COVID-19 future, according to a survey by...
July 16, 2021
In March 2020, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a $11.8 billion budget that was $500 million lower than what he had proposed just weeks earlier—before...
July 20, 2021
While President Biden has called climate change an existential threat, his proposals for addressing it remain modest relative to the enormity of the problem. In...
July 9, 2021
Whether to celebrate July 4, remind people to stock up on emergency supplies, or entice back-to-school shoppers, sales tax holidays are perennially popular. Yet they...
July 21, 2021
The Tax Policy Center has traditionally measured the macroeconomic effects of tax changes based on historical experience and empirical estimates from the economics literature. But...
July 12, 2021
If you want to know why a wealth tax would be an administrative nightmare, take a look at the dispute over the estate of pop...
July 7, 2021
Congress is moving toward rectifying the decade-long funding crisis at the IRS . The House is on track to adopt President Biden’s proposed $1.6 billion...