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Corporations in Most States Would Face Income Tax Rate Exceeding 30 Percent Under Ways and Means Proposal

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares A centerpiece of House Democrats’ reconciliation proposal is an increase in the corporate tax rate, from 21 percent to 26.5 percent. The corporate income tax is among the most economically harmful ways to raise revenue. Higher corporate taxes reduce output, productivity, and wages in the long run, while making the United States less

Options for Reforming the Taxation of U.S. Multinationals

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings We analyze four options for changing the taxation of U.S. muiltinationals: the full Biden administration proposal raises the federal corporate income tax liabilities of U.S. multinationals by $1.37 trillion over a decade; a partial version raises $580 billion; making GILTI consistent with Pillar 2 raises $137 billion; and a revenue-neutral option

Corporate Tax Revenue Robust following TCJA

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares It appears that the recent dip in corporate tax collections, which the Biden administration has noted for concern and justification for increasing the corporate tax rate among other proposals to raise taxes on corporations, was largely due to temporary factors related to the pandemic rather than the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts (TCJA)

Arizona Legislators Consider Lower, Flatter Income Tax

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Arizona legislators are considering tax changes as part of the fiscal year 2022 budget process that is underway. Companion omnibus taxation bills HB 2900 and SB 1828 would reduce individual income tax rates for all taxpayers, consolidate the state’s graduated-rate income tax brackets into what would effectively be a two-rate structure by 2023,

State Taxation of GILTI: Impact of Biden Tax Proposals

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares   Key Findings Twenty states and the District of Columbia tax some portion of Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income (GILTI), although only 16 of those states have issued guidance on the matter more than three years after the federal law went into effect. States that have not yet issued guidance on their treatment of
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