-Corporate income tax Archive
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 created the most substantial changes in business taxation in decades. But in a new analysis, published in today’s issue of Tax Notes and cowritten with my Tax Policy Center colleague Claire Haldeman, we find that, while the law promoted efficiency by reducing the level
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As the partisan battle heats up over President Biden’s ambitious infrastructure plan—and the tax increases to pay for it—the fate of the package will largely be decided by who can best frame its tax hikes. Biden wants to raise taxes on corporations by about $2 trillion, excluding his “green energy” tax credits. The president
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pro Publica’s recent story about the small amount of tax paid by many of the nation’s billionaires has focused new attention on what critics say is the unfairness of our tax system. It also raises important questions about how we use, misuse, and develop tax information for political and policy purposes. Here are
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares President Biden and Democrats and Republicans in Congress have begun a fascinating game of three-dimensional chess over Biden’s $2.2 trillion infrastructure spending plan and the way to pay for it. As the game begins, it may be worth looking at where public opinion stands on infrastructure spending and how it should be funded.
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares President Biden’s American Families Plan would make two big changes in the tax treatment of investment income such as long-term capital gains and dividends. Some critics say the change will raise little revenue because sophisticated wealthy investors will find ways to avoid the new tax. But while many wealthy investors may dodge the
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