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Making Good on Tax Promises, Sort Of

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Green Book is back. Officially “The General Explanations of the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2022 Revenue Proposals,” the volume includes detailed descriptions of President Biden’s tax plans. Required beach reading for tax geeks, just in time for summer. Former President Trump scrapped the long tradition of issuing the Treasury report to supplement the

Donor Disclosures, Income Measures, and Tax Prep

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares ISO: Funds to pay for infrastructure. Democrats and Republicans have been at loggerheads for weeks over how to pay for Biden’s big infrastructure bill, or some version of it. Democrats want to raise corporate taxes. Republicans say they want to raise unspecified user fees. Now a bipartisan group of eight senators is floating

Progress On A Global Corporate Tax Rate?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Will there be a global deal on corporate taxation of multinationals later this year? The Financial Times reports that Group of Seven countries is closing in on an agreement. France, Germany and Italy think the US offer of a15 percent global minimum tax could set the stage for an international deal by July.

Action Or Inaction, Taxes May Have Only One Way to Go

TweetShare1SharePin12 Shares “Raise ‘em now, we’ll cut ‘em later when we’re back in power.” That’s the message from congressional Republicans to their Democratic colleagues. NBC News  looks at the positioning. Republicans already are attacking Democrats in swing districts for wanting to raise taxes and for backing new funding for IRS enforcement (even though many Republicans

Action Or Inaction, Taxes May Have Only One Way to Go

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares “Raise ‘em now, we’ll cut ‘em later when we’re back in power.” That’s the message from congressional Republicans to their Democratic colleagues. NBC News  looks at the positioning. Republicans already are attacking Democrats in swing districts for wanting to raise taxes and for backing new funding for IRS enforcement (even though many Republicans

Norms, Returns, and Refunds | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Treasury Secretary Yellen on corporate tax increase: A return to historical norms. In an address to the US Chamber of Commerce Global Forum on Economic Recovery, Yellen said  revenues from a corporate tax increase would reduce inequality and rebuild the country’s infrastructure. “With corporate taxes at a historical low of 1 percent of

Payments, Patriots, and Pot | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Coming soon: Enhanced and advanced child tax credit payments. Beginning July 15, about 39 million families and over 65 million children will receive enhanced monthly child tax credit payments of $300 for each child under age 6 and $250 for those ages 6 to 17. The benefit will reach 88 percent of children
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