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business taxes

Campaigns, Proposals, and Reforms: TaxVox
What You Need To Know About The Manchin-Schumer Compromise After more than a year of often-fraught negotiations, Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) says he has agreed...
July 28, 2022Howard Gleckman
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Last week, a group of prominent academic and government economists published a study that estimated the top 1 percent of Americans hide more than 20...
April 5, 2021Steven M. Rosenthal
Individual Taxes: TaxVox
If you are not a public finance economist and want to understand how the US tax code works, pick up the new version of Taxes...
March 10, 2020Howard Gleckman
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House Ways & Means Committee Chair Richard Neal (D-MA) reportedly is about to make a formal request for 10 years of President Trump’s tax returns...
March 7, 2019Steven M. Rosenthal
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The Trump Administration and congressional Republican leaders (the Big Six) have proposed a $70 billion-a-year tax cut for foreign investors. It stems from the cut...
October 23, 2017Steven M. Rosenthal
Campaigns, Proposals, and Reforms: TaxVox
President Trump and the congressional Republican leadership released their newest highly-promoted tax plan today . Although the president promised yesterday it would be a “very...
September 27, 2017Howard Gleckman
Campaigns, Proposals, and Reforms: TaxVox
The tax outline proposed by President Trump last April, built around a 15 percent business tax rate, has three deep flaws: It could add more...
August 22, 2017Howard Gleckman
Campaigns, Proposals, and Reforms: TaxVox
Making tax policy predictions for 2017 is especially perilous, given the uncertainties surrounding the incoming Trump Administration’s fiscal agenda. But since there is a good...
December 28, 2016Howard Gleckman
Campaigns, Proposals, and Reforms: TaxVox
Donald Trump would permit businesses to immediately expense new investment . As a result, they could deduct the full cost of plant and equipment at...
September 9, 2016Steven M. Rosenthal
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Many tax subsidies help new businesses, especially those financed with borrowed money and organized to avoid the corporate income tax . However, large numbers of start-ups may not benefit from this largess, according to a new study by my Tax Policy Center colleagues Joe Rosenberg and Donald Marron
February 9, 2015Howard Gleckman