Blog Post Round-Up
February 17, 2008
- Taxes on Chocolate: Not So Sweet: In honor of Valentine’s Day, a short list of interesting tax facts about chocolate, from around the world.
- Comparing the Democratic and Republican Presidential Candidates’ Tax Plans: How big is the gulf between Democrats and Republicans when it comes to taxes? Some of the presidential candidates talk of unity and bipartisanship, but the differences between the two major parties on tax issues are quite real.
- South Korea President Says Corporate Tax Cut is Vital: A key member of the President-elect Lee Myung-bak’s transition committee said Monday that the incoming administration will reduce corporate income taxes to help businesses expand investment and create jobs, strengthening the country’s growth potential.
- California Court Holds that Excessive “Fee” is an Unconstitutional Tax: California wanted to hit up a politically vulnerable group of businesses for punitive taxation, and in this case it is unconstitutional.
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