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Notes from Presentation on Collection

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Last week I ventured west to Las Vegas to attend the 35th Civil and Criminal Penalties Conference. Although the conference has been around for a long time and focuses on the type of work I do, at least on the civil side, I had not previously attended. For someone doing tax controversy work,

The Senate’s Initial Build Back Better Tax Plan

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Wyden releases a first draft of the Senate’s BBB tax provisions. It won’t be the last word, but Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden released an 1180-page legislative text of the tax provisions of Build Back Better (BBB). The bill closely tracks the House bill. But it excludes any state and local tax

The human right to care and tax justice

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares On International Human Rights Day today, we the support and highlight the call for the human right to care and the pivotal role of tax justice in realising this right.  The Covid-19 pandemic, the climate crisis, debt burden and the fiscal austerity of recent decades have brought untold burdens and hardships on those

Arkansas Tax Cuts: Arkansas Tax Reform

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Faced not only with immediate surpluses but with the expectation of sustained revenue growth in coming years, Arkansas policymakers have chosen to return some of the additional revenue to taxpayers in the form of individual and corporate income tax rate reductions, with additional rate cuts if future revenues permit. Whenever a state has

Biden Minimum Tax vs Biden Corporate Tax Rate Increase

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As the Senate considers which components of the House Build Back Better Act (BBBA) to include, one key difference between the original Ways and Means draft and the later Rules Committee version is on corporate taxes. The original draft would have raised the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent, while the Rules Committee

Corporate Tax Rates by Country | Corporate Tax Trends

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings In 2021, 20 countries made changes to their statutory corporate income tax rates. Three countries—Bangladesh, Argentina, and Gibraltar—increased their top corporate tax rates, while 17 countries—including Chile, Tunisia, and France—reduced their corporate tax rates. Comoros (50 percent), Puerto Rico (37.5 percent), and Suriname (36 percent) are the jurisdictions with the highest corporate
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