In his upcoming budget, President Obama will propose adjusting the Cadillac Tax to account for geographic variations in health costs, according to an article published on Wednesday by two White House economists. The...
- State Corporate Income Tax Rates, 2000-2014
State Corporate Income Tax Rates, 2000-2014
Key Findings The U.S. corporate income tax has a number of problems that could be addressed through a series of reforms. Corporate income taxes reduce economic growth under most simple economic models. The drag on growth from corporate income...
Key Findings: Forty-four states levy a corporate income tax. Rates range from 4 percent in North Carolina to 12 percent in Iowa. Four states, Minnesota, Alaska, Connecticut, and New Jersey, and the District of Columbia levy corporate income...
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