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Monthly Archive:: April 2021

Even More Tax Obligation Walks Than Financial Investment Tasks?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Taking into account the coronavirus pandemic, Spain is readied to get about EUR140 billion in gives as well as fundings via the European Union’s (EU) Recovery and Resilience Facility program over the following 6 years. Nonetheless, policymakers are likewise thinking about considerable tax obligation walkings that can threaten healing initiatives. When the pandemic

Internal Revenue Service Financial Financial Obligation Help: 5 Alternatives To Getting Rid Of Tax Obligation Financial Obligation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Irs Financial Obligation Assist: Do you owe the Irs? Are you coping Internal Revenue Service monetary responsibilities as well as likewise can not recognize what to do? Do not distress, you are not the just one. A number of Americans owe back tax obligations, or can not take care of to pay their

Will the GOP Rift with Big Business Lead to Higher Corporate Taxes?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Could the corporate blowback against GOP efforts to rewrite voting rules in Georgia and other states drive congressional Republicans to accept some of President Biden’s proposals to raise taxes on US corporations and, gulp, their shareholders and top executives? Well, probably not. But the endless stories about the growing rift between big business

Pass-through Deduction: New Research | Tax Foundation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares While proponents of the Section 199A pass-through deduction claimed it would boost investment and critics claimed it would encourage tax avoidance and income shifting, new research casts doubt on both claims. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) enacted the new provision that allows taxpayers with income from pass-through businesses (S

Texas Car Sharing Tax Will Not Help State’s Economic Recovery

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Like most states, Texas is beginning to grapple with how to effectively reopen its economy and ensure there is sufficient revenue to cover state services. New sources of revenue under consideration by the Texas state legislature include a tax on peer-to-peer car sharing, which would undermine Texas’ ability to attract travelers just as

Impact of Initial Exclusion from EIP of U.S. Citizens Filing Jointly with Non-Citizen Spouses

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We welcome two students from the Georgia State University College of Law Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic as guest bloggers, Lauren Zenk and Lauren Heron, for a discussion of the latest developments in stimulus payment legislation as it relates to U.S. citizens who file jointly with non-citizens spouses. The Georgia State Clinic
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