When it comes to corporate taxes, what’s “fair?” Do taxpayers have a sense of what major corporations pay in taxes? And when corporations pay income taxes, do we understand who ultimately bears that tax burden?
The GOP says it wants a revolution, but who’s going to change the world? Long touted as a way to prove that tax cuts can pay for themselves by the economic growth they generate, “dynamic scoring” of federal legislation is no simple task. Today’s TPC-Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy
On the Hill next week: The House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight holds a hearing on June 10 to review the government’s ability to verify income and insurance information when it comes to the Affordable Care Act’s tax credits and subsidies. About two million people who purchased health care
DC residents will likely see tax cuts—the largest in 15 years. The DC Council voted yesterday to support $165 million in tax cuts , a plan based in part on recommendations made by the DC Tax Revision Commission . Tax burdens for low- and middle-income residents would decrease in January. For four