Tax systems initially built to protect women and low-income spouses can actually incentivize women to exit the workforce, or devalue their labor. This can be seen in Japan, where a spousal deduction leads to a phenomenon...
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Tax Cut Expiration Would Impact States Unevenly
In light of the latest negotiations on the fiscal cliff and the possibility of raising the threshold for tax cut expiration to $1 million, we recommend reading an earlier Tax Foundation piece from this summer, which looks at the state-by-state impact of that threshold: Fiscal Fact No. 320, "Tax Cut Expiration would Impact States Unevenly" by Ed Gerrish.
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