Details & Analysis of the Senate Inflation Reduction Act Tax Provisions

New Tax Foundation modeling finds that the Inflation Reduction Act would result in a net revenue increase of about $304B, but would do so in an economically inefficient manner, reducing long-run economic output by about 0.1 percent, eliminating about 30,000 FTE jobs, and reducing average after-tax incomes for taxpayers across every income quintile over the long run. Read More

Who Gets Hit by the Inflation Reduction Act Book Minimum Tax?

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