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Individual Taxes: TaxVox
With Democrats retaining narrow control of the Senate and Republicans on the cusp of winning the barest of majorities in the House, it will be...
November 16, 2022Howard Gleckman
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Policy experts and governments around the world are deeply dissatisfied with the way multinational corporations are taxed, especially big tech companies. The Organisation for Economic...
October 18, 2022Howard Gleckman
Business Taxes: TaxVox
According to recent news reports, Congressional Democrats are considering watered-down versions of two measures from last year’s Build Back Better Act . The alternative minimum...
July 8, 2022Thornton Matheson
Business Taxes: TaxVox
President Biden’s 2023 budget would replace the current 10 percent base erosion anti-avoidance tax (BEAT) on US subsidiaries of foreign corporations with a 15 percent...
April 27, 2022Thornton MathesonThomas Brosy
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Recent proposals to reform the tax treatment of US multinationals would increase US revenues substantially, according to an analysis by the Tax Policy Center. The...
October 27, 2021Thornton Matheson
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Not for the first time, President Trump has me confused about his tax policy. The signature legislation of his presidency was the 2017 Tax Cuts...
December 5, 2019Howard Gleckman
Federal Budget and Economy: TaxVox
No, The US Is Not Overtaxed. Despite what you may have heard, Americans are taxed less than residents of almost any other major developed country...
August 20, 2019Howard GleckmanAravind Boddupalli
: TaxVox
On June 21, the family and friends of Alice Rivlin will join with much of Washington’s public policy community to celebrate her life and extraordinary...
June 20, 2019C. Eugene Steuerle
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Call it the perils of one-off corporate tax settlements. While the developed world is trying—with limited success-- to figure out how to tax multinational corporations, individual countries are making their own deals to collect back taxes with those firms. It is not a pretty sight. Last week, the
February 1, 2016Howard Gleckman