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The Financial Times cites the Tax Foundation’s recent paper on the challenges of implementing a territorial system for corporate income taxes.
The Tax Foundation’s Joseph Henchman tells NPR affiliate WRKF (Baton Rouge) why Louisiana’s sales tax holiday is bad policy.
The New York Times spoke with Tax Foundation Senior Policy Analyst Jared Walczak about Wisconsin’s decision to award billion in tax breaks to electronics supplier Foxconn.
Tax Foundation Senior Analyst Scott Greenberg speaks with Marketplace Radio about the president’s goal of reducing the corporate income tax rate from 35 percent to 15 percent.
The Tax Foundation’s Joseph Henchman tells CBS MoneyWatch about the legal and policy issues surrounding Seattle’s local income tax.
Using Tax Foundation data and insight from Joseph Henchman, Politifact partner Capital Public Radio (California) rates as “Mostly True” claims that California has some of the highest taxes in the country.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal includes comments from Tax Foundation Director of State Projects Scott Drenkard on the news that electric automobile manufacturer Faraday had ceased construction on a factory in the state, despite being awarded $335 million in tax incentives.
A Politico Pro piece on how tax reform would impact the modern economy (versus 1986) features insight from the Tax Foundation’s Scott Greenberg.
CNN Money cites analysis by the Tax Foundation’s Kyle Pomerleau explaining that a temporary corporate tax cut will not do much for economic growth.
Tax Foundation Executive Vice President Joseph Henchman talks with CNBC about the positive aspects of North Carolina’s 2013 tax reform efforts.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer featured analysis on Ohio’s tax code from the Tax Foundation’s latest chartbook, Ohio Illustrated.
The Tax Foundation’s Kyle Pomerleau talks to Marketplace radio about how long it can take for the economy to respond to tax cuts.
An editorial board in The Wall Street Journal cites Tax Foundation analysis on the state and local deduction showing which states and taxpayers benefit from the tax break.
Tax Foundation Vice President of State Projects Joseph Henchman speaks with WIRED magazine about the future of taxes as automation becomes more prevalent.
FoxNews.com interviewed Tax Foundation Policy Analyst Morgan Scarboro about Connecticut’s overreliance on taxing the wealthy to balance its budget.
For National Review online, the Tax Foundation’s Kyle Pomerleau shows how moving away from depreciation to full expensing of capital investments would create more economic growth than a corporate rate cut that costs the same amount of revenue.
D.C. policymakers are being pressured to delay a scheduled increase in the district’s estate tax exemption. The Tax Foundation’s Joseph Henchman tells WAMU why D.C. should allow the enacted tax cuts to go into place.
In an interview with Bloomberg News, Tax Foundation Director of Federal Projects Kyle Pomerleau explains the tradeoff between the interest deduction and full expensing, and how full expensing is a key tax reform provision for boosting economic growth.
In Politico Magazine, The Tax Foundation’s Kyle Pomerleau, Scott Drenkard, and John Buhl explain how federal policymakers should study Kansas to understand the problems with cutting tax rates but not broadening the base, as well as the issues created by taxing pass-through business income differently than wage income.
The New York Times cites Tax Foundation analysis on the estate tax in its review of the Trump administration’s tax proposal.