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Designing a Global Minimum Tax with Full Expensing

September 23, 2020

President Trump Outlines Second Term Tax Ideas

August 25, 2020

FAQ on Neutral Cost Recovery and Expensing

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Empirical Evidence Shows Expensing Leads to More Investment and Higher Employment

May 19, 2020

Options for Improving the Tax Treatment of Structures

May 19, 2020

White House Considers Neutral Cost Recovery for Structures

May 6, 2020


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