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internet tax freedom act

: TaxVox
No more tax havens abroad? The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development released its plan to limit corporate tax avoidance . All 34 OECD members plus 10 other countries including China and Russia have approved the proposals, though each nation must still implement them. The
September 17, 2014Renu Zaretsky
State and Local Issues: TaxVox
Unable to do anything important before its election season recess, Congress is about to knock down a favorite digital straw man—It will extend for a few months the about-to-expire federal ban on state taxation of Internet access. The federal moratorium, called the Internet Tax Freedom Act, is
September 16, 2014Howard Gleckman
: Daily Deduction
Shutting down talk of a shutdown… The House is expected to vote on a continuing resolution to fund the government—including the IRS—through December 11. The resolution would include an extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which bars states from taxing Internet access. Unless Congress acts,
September 15, 2014Renu Zaretsky
: TaxVox
Congress is in recess. The Daily Deduction will return to its regular schedule on Monday, September 8. Until then: We’ll see you every Monday morning. Abroad and online: One country brings a knife to a gunfight. Spain has passed a new law : Websites that link to Spanish newspaper association
August 4, 2014Renu Zaretsky
: TaxVox
Have Obama’s tax policies reduced income inequality? TPC has some new data, but the answer depends on who you compare him to. Relative to George W. Bush, who pushed major tax cuts for high-income households, Obama has reduced inequality. But compared to Bill Clinton, his policy is pretty standard
July 24, 2014Renu Zaretsky