Center for Federal Tax Policy

Individual and Consumption Taxes


Featured Research

Tax Policy in the First 100 Days of the Biden Administration

April 30, 2021

Joe Biden’s 61 Percent Tax on Wealth

April 29, 2021

Options for Reforming America’s Tax Code 2.0

April 19, 2021

Arcane Federal Tax on Sports Betting Is Too Much to Handle

April 8, 2021

Congressional Budget Office and Tax Foundation Modeling Show That Some Tax Hikes Are More Damaging Than Others

March 26, 2021

U.S. COVID-19 Relief Provided More Than $60,000 in Benefits to Many Unemployed Families

March 17, 2021


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