Monthly Archive:: October 2021

Why Progressivity in Tax Policy Is Not A Simple Matter

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Policymakers and even policy analysts often consider the progressivity of specific proposals independently from the broader systems in which they operate. Consequently, they often leave the public with a misleading impression of how those proposals affect various income groups. Here are four examples of how specific programs might appear to be regressive yet

IRS Reporting Proposal Misses the Mark

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Biden administration’s proposal to require financial institutions to report inflows and outflows of more than $600 from bank accounts has attracted significant attention. The Treasury Department believes it could generate $463 billion in revenue over 10 years by giving the IRS more insight into certain types of income that members of the

Business Card

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Personal business card I designed. Posted by daveclake on 2008-10-06 23:14:03 Tagged: , business , card , design , dclake TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

IRS Releases Update on Frequently Asked Questions Part 2

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Today guest blogger James Creech brings us his take on the recent IRS news release and fact sheet announcing important changes in the agency’s use of frequently asked questions. Part One in this series can be found here. Christine As an extended filing day surprise the IRS has released a news release on the role Frequently

“Build Back Better” Progress? | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Democrats may be closing the gap on Build Back Better. After meeting with President Biden yesterday, Democrats showed some signs of narrowing their differences on a major social spending and tax bill. Biden told Democrats he’s aiming for a deal of about $1.75 trillion to $1.9 trillion, far less than the $3.5 trillion


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Do You Pay Taxes On eBay Income?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesDo You Pay Taxes On eBay Income? Q: I read your last column about paying income tax on eBay sales if you are doing it as a business, but as someone who only sells on eBay occasionally I’m still confused if the IRS rules apply to me. Can you tell me more? — Norman


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TweetShareSharePin0 Shares All Direct and Indirect taxes accompanied by tax laws, accounting, auditing and tax returns, can be abolished if a new tax system called “TOP Tax system” is adopted and implemented by all nations. Ultimate economic reforms will relieve 7 billion people of the world from the cobweb of ambiguous and complex tax structures,
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