We recently published a map showing how far $100 would take you in different states. For example, in states with low costs of living, like Arkansas, $100 had the same sort of purchasing power that $115 would have in an...
Corporate Taxes: Falling Behind by Standing Still
The United States has been slipping from a position of economic competitiveness in recent years, in part because of changing corporate tax rates across the globe. Once a leader internationally, waves of tax reform in dozens of countries have left the U.S. burdened with one of the highest corporate tax rates in the world, slowing new investment and job growth. Produced by the Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C.
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