One of the provisions under consideration in the tax extenders discussion is a reinstatement of 50 percent bonus expensing for equipment. This would strengthen investment spending and boost the sluggish recovery. It has...
- Video: Joseph Henchman on Punitive Taxes on Unpopular Groups (CNN)
Video: Joseph Henchman on Punitive Taxes on Unpopular Groups (CNN)
Director of State Projects Joseph Henchman, author of Tax Foundation Special Report No. 164, "State Budget Shortfalls Present a Tax Reform Opportunity," appeared on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight on Monday, March 2, to talk about the increasing trend of states using punitive taxes on politically unpopular behavior as a source of revenue.
- The four different tax bases for calculating corporate tax are reduced to three as of FY 2015 (eliminating the corporate AMT base) and further reduced to two over time (eliminating...
Indiana tax reforms in the past few years have been impressive. In 2011, state senator Brandt Hershman addressed a weak link in the state’s tax code by leading a bill that set the corporate income tax rate on a four-year...
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