States tax real property in a variety of ways: some impose a rate or a millage—the amount of tax per thousand dollars of value—on the fair market value of the property, while others impose it on some percentage (the...
- Federal Capital Gains Tax Rates, 1988-2013
Federal Capital Gains Tax Rates, 1988-2013
Key Findings The combined top federal tax rate on equity-financed corporate income in the United States is 50.47 percent, compared to a top federal tax rate of 43.4 percent on other business income. Equity-financed corporate income is subject...
Key Findings: Governor Jindal’s tax plan would substantially lower individual income taxes, eliminate the corporate income tax, and repeal a number of complex features in the current tax code. Governor Jindal’s plan would cut taxes...
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