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Tax Justice Network Portuguese podcast #29: Fim à tributação que penaliza os mais pobres

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to our monthly podcast in Portuguese, É da sua conta (it’s your business) produced by Grazielle David, Daniela Stefano and Luciano Máximo. All our podcasts are unique productions in five different languages – English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Portuguese. They’re all available here. Here’s the latest episode: Fim à tributação que penaliza os mais pobres #29 O episódio #29 do É da sua conta mostra

Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Whether the CDP Petition Filing Deadline Is Jurisdictional

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This is an exciting development for those interested in tax procedure. We have discussed Boechler and the question of jurisdictional time limits often on Procedurally Taxing. Carl Smith blogged about the Eighth Circuit decision here. Carl explained, In Boechler, P.C. v. Commissioner, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 23306, on July 24, [2020], the Eighth Circuit

Federal Plastics Tax Is Not a Good Revenue Raiser

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares One of the Senate’s proposals to pay for the Build Back Better Act is a federal excise tax on virgin plastics, which are plastics that are not reprocessed or recovered. The tax would be $0.20 per pound of virgin plastics used to make single-use plastics products. While few details have been released about

US Multinational Corporation Tax Data & Analysis

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Recent proposals from the Biden administration and congressional Democrats aim to hike taxes on the foreign profits of U.S. multinationals, resting on the claim that U.S. multinationals pay very low tax rates on these foreign profits. But how heavily taxed are they, and how would various proposals affect these tax rates? U.S. multinational

TPC Answers Two Questions About Its Analysis of the House Ways & Means Committee’s Tax Bill

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares After the Tax Policy Center published its new analysis of the House Ways & Means Committee’s budget reconciliation tax plan, commentators asked two questions: Why did TPC suddenly create two sets of distributional tables: One that includes all major provisions of the bill and another that includes the individual income tax, the payroll

Objecting to Chapter 11 Plan/Objecting to Judge’s Questions

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Quintela Group, LLC v. United States, No. 4:20-cv-03499 (S.D. Tex. 2021) provides insight both into the objection by the IRS to confirmation of a plan of reorganization and the objection by IRS counsel, presumably an assistant U.S. Attorney, to questions posed during the confirmation hearing.  Both objections provide the opportunity for discussion.  We

October Surprise, Sort Of | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We’ll likely hit the debt ceiling on October 18. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told Congress yesterday that “It’s uncertain whether we could continue to meet all the nation’s commitments after” October 18. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer attempted to set up a simple-majority bill to suspend the debt ceiling, but Senate Minority Leader

Can IRS Levy Reach Future Rent Payments?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares A relatively brief CCA issued this month discusses the IRS’s ability to levy on the right to receive rent payments beyond the date of the levy. The CCA explores the rationale as to why a single levy may have continuous legal effect that will extent to the right to receive future payments, a

House Democrats Tax on Corporate Income: Third-Highest in OECD

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Under the House Ways and Means tax plan, the United States would tax corporate income at the third-highest integrated tax rate among rich nations, averaging 56.6 percent. The integrated tax rate reflects the two layers of tax that apply to income earned through corporations: the entity-level corporate income tax and the shareholder-level capital
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