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The Energy Tax Policy Conundrum: Do We Want To Reduce Fossil Fuel Prices Or Increase Them?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares State and federal lawmakers are debating an extraordinary range of often-contradictory energy-related tax changes. These inconsistencies have existed for years, but they rarely have been more apparent than today. We are at a time when climate experts increasingly are warning of the growing risks of unchecked fossil fuel use. Yet, we also are

Tax Justice Network Arabic podcast #52: قرض صندق النقد لمصر: هل من بديل؟

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to the 52nd edition of our Arabic podcast/radio show Taxes Simply الجباية ببساطة contributing to tax justice public debate around the world. It’s produced and presented by Walid Ben Rhouma and is available on most podcast apps. Any radio station is welcome to broadcast it for free and websites are also welcome to share it. You can follow

Tax Relief Can Come In All Shapes And Sizes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares A bigger tax deduction for teachers? Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and Maryland Rep. Anthony Brown will introduce a bill to increase the tax deduction teachers can take for out-of-pocket classroom supplies from $250 to $1,000 and index the deduction to inflation. Brown hopes to attach the plan to a larger tax bill and

Tax Burden by State: 2022 State and Local Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings In calendar year 2022, state-local tax burdens are estimated at 11.2 percent of national product. Taxpayers remit taxes to both their home state and to other states, and about 20 percent of state tax revenue comes from nonresidents. Our tax burdens analysis accounts for this tax exporting. New Yorkers faced the

IRS eases application process for US residency certification

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The IRS temporarily revised its procedures effective Monday for some submitters of Form 8802, Application for United States Residency Certification, to facilitate applications where the Service has not yet completed its processing of the applicant’s most recently filed tax return. The new policy, announced on the IRS’s website, applies to applicants whom the

Partial Pay Installment Agreements In the Dark

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares A recent TIGTA report highlights the redheaded stepchild of collection alternatives, partial pay installment agreements (PPIAs). The report highlights how relatively infrequently taxpayers enter into PPIAs and reveals how a lack of outward facing information about PPIAs contributes to their low use and jeopardizes taxpayer rights.  The TIGTA report’s use of a taxpayer
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