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TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Will a trillion dollar infrastructure bill be President Biden’s high-water mark? The latest CQ Roll Call Capitol Insiders Survey of Hill staffers suggests Congress may pass a $1 trillion infrastructure bill… but it may be the last item on Biden’s legislative agenda that makes it through.     What about a one-time tax

The Tax Justice Network June 2021 Spanish language podcast, Justicia ImPositiva: Impuesto mínimo global a las corporaciones #60

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: Nuevo gobierno en el Perú  La rebelión

Global Minimum Tax: Questions for Global Tax Reform

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares There has been some confusion about how some parts of the recent G7 agreement on new tax rules for multinational companies might work. The new policies would target the largest and most profitable multinationals and bring in a global minimum tax. The G7 agreement is subject to further debate and further agreement at

Fiscal Session Finishes Strong with Tax Reform

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares It took until the last day of the session, but Louisiana lawmakers succeeded in passing a tax reform package Thursday that would simplify a complicated tax code and make the state more economically competitive. Because these measures are reliant on constitutional amendments, voters will ultimately decide the success of the plan in October.

Mind the Growing Tax Gap

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Treasury: Tax gap could grow to $7 trillion over ten years. Treasury estimates that the difference between how much Americans owe in taxes and how much they pay will grow to $7 trillion over the next decade. Deputy Assistant Secretary Mark Mazur says a  growing gap results in higher tax rates, and urged

Who Bears the Burden of Corporate Taxes? Reviewing the Evidence

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Biden administration has pledged to not raise taxes on anyone earning less than $400,000 a year. However, the administration’s corporate tax proposals would likely violate that pledge, given that corporations are comprised of people who also might earn less than $400,000. The economic evidence suggests that in the long run, workers and

Taxes & Infrastructure Funding for Highways

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As spending priorities are dividing lawmakers trying to negotiate among the various federal infrastructure plans, less time is being spent on the funding of one of the key components—our highways, both current and future taxes and fees. One of the current taxes, a federal excise tax on heavy commercial vehicles and trailers, is

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