Federal Tax Updates Archive

Estate, Inheritance, and Gift Taxes in Europe

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Inheritance tax dates to the Roman Empire, which collected 5 percent of inherited property to pay soldiers’ pensions. Today, the practice of inheritance tax is widespread. The majority of European countries covered in today’s map currently levy estate, inheritance, or gift taxes. These countries are Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,

May 2022 Spanish language podcast, Justicia ImPositiva: Estados Unidos: destino preferido de la corrupción

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to our Spanish language podcast and radio programme Justicia ImPositiva with Marcelo Justo and Marta Nuñez, free to download and broadcast on radio networks across Latin America and Spain. ¡Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a nuestro podcast y programa radiofónico! Escuche por su app de podcast favorita. En este programa: Estados Unidos se convierte en el primer proveedor

Public R&D and Private R&D are Complements, Not Substitutes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Congress is hammering out the details of legislation designed to make the U.S. more competitive with China. Any package to incentivize further R&D should begin by ending the current tax penalty against it.   While the House and Senate-passed versions of the competitiveness legislation differ, they would support American semiconductor manufacturing, increase public

TCJA Led Foreign-Owned Corporations to Retain More Earnings in the US

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Corporate tax reforms introduced by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) encouraged foreign-owned US companies to reinvest more of their earnings here, according to a new TPC study. The study also finds a positive relationship between the TCJA tax cuts and foreign-owned companies’ investment in US tangible assets. Foreign investment accounts

Death, Taxes, Fairness, And A Ponzi Scheme

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares What about taxing capital gains at a higher rate at death than during life? TPC’s Steve Rosenthal and Robert McClelland argue that President Joe Biden‘s and Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden‘s proposals to tax unrealized capital gains every year raise serious administrative and legal problems. They recommend a simpler, more effective approach:

US-China Trade War Hurt American Industries, Workers

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In light of high inflation and rising prices, the Biden administration announced it’s considering dropping its current tariffs on Chinese imports to ease inflationary pressures. The tariffs have indeed hurt both U.S. industry and workers. Another consequence of the U.S. imposed tariffs is that they invited retaliatory tariffs, primarily from China, on U.S.

Taxing Capital Gains at Death at A Higher Rate Than During Life

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares President Joe Biden and Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) have proposed different ways to tax unrealized capital gains every year. Their shared goal is understandable, with trillions of dollars escaping income tax under current law. But each plan raises serious administrative and legal problems. We suggest a simpler, more effective approach:

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