Earlier today, the European Commission announced that it would require Ireland to collect roughly $14.5 billion in taxes from Apple, after determining that Ireland had granted Apple “illegal tax benefits” under the rules...
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Tax Policy Podcast: Prof. John Garen on Kentucky's Blue Ribbon Reforms
Key Findings: Nebraska’s tax code, which is approaching its 50th anniversary, is designed around a 20th century economy and lacks the flexibility to embrace the dynamism of the 21st. The state’s above-average individual income tax...
Key Findings States have in some cases enacted gross receipts taxes as an immediate source of increased revenue, neglecting the well-known established economic consequences of gross receipts taxation. Four states—Indiana, New Jersey...
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