Tax Reform 2.0 Takes Shape

Recently, Congress released a series of bills which have been dubbed “Tax Reform 2.0.” These bills modify and build upon the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, whose individual provisions are currently set to expire at the end of 2025. We outline the details of each bill, including changes to tax rates, the standard deduction, and the child tax credit. Read More

The TCJA’s Expensing Provision Alleviates the Tax Code’s Bias Against Certain Investments

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made significant progress in improving businesses’ ability to recover the cost of making investments in the United States by enacting 100 percent bonus depreciation. Read More

Pennsylvania: A 21st Century Tax Code for the Commonwealth

Policymakers from across the spectrum recognize that Pennsylvania’s tax code has not kept up with a 21st century economy. Here are comprehensive solutions for how Pennsylvania can achieve a more competitive tax code. Read More

Post-Wayfair Options for States

What is included in the "Wayfair checklist," what policy choices do legislators have to make their state compliant, and, ultimately, how prepared is each state to start requiring that online retailers collect sales tax? Read More

Mapping 2018 Tax Reform

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is projected to add 215,000 full-time equivalent jobs in 2018 alone, and 1,443,000 cumulative full-time equivalent jobs by 2025. Our new interactive maps shows how many new jobs each state can expect to see each year over the next decade. Read More

Tracking The Economic Impact of U.S. Tariffs and Retaliatory Actions

New U.S. and retaliatory tariffs are being announced on a regular basis. Stay up to date on the economic impact of these tariffs with our one-stop tracker. Read More


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