Taxes played a central role in last night’s presidential debate, as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presented contrasting visions for U.S. economic policy. The candidates mentioned taxes over 40 times throughout the...
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Scott Hodge on Fox Business: The Failure of Measure 2 in North Dakota
Key Findings: OECD countries rely heavily on consumption taxes, such as the value-added tax, and social insurance taxes, such as the payroll tax. The United States relies heavily on the individual income tax, at 38.7 percent of total...
Key Findings With his newly released tax reform proposal, Governor Paul LePage becomes the first governor to propose substantive tax reform in 2015. The plan would result in a tax cut of $267 million per year as of FY 2019, with the plan fully...
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