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Corporate Tax Cuts
Corporate tax cuts could boost shareholders’ balance sheets
The corporate tax cuts included in the Republican tax bill — including a statutory corporate tax rate reduction to 21 percent from 35 percent, lower rates for pass-through businesses, elimination of the corporate alternative minimum tax and a tax holiday for repatriated profits — would deliver a windfall to many American companies. Those that are publicly […]
Here’s why a one-year phase-in of the corporate tax cut could be a big deal
One of the key parts of the GOP tax reform plan is a cut in the corporate tax rate from the current 35 percent to 20 percent. In the bill passed by the House, that cut would begin next year. The Senate bill delays the cut until 2019. One year may not seem like a […]
Chairman Brady has faith that the GOP tax cuts will pay for themselves
Differences in the House and Senate versions of the tax bill are solvable, the congressman says.
Do tax cuts automatically lead to economic growth?
It depends on what kind of taxes are cut and how they are paid for.
Trump tax plan is heavy on cuts but light on details
Those cuts have to be paid for, and the president may have trouble getting Republicans on board.
Corporate tax hits 40-year low
Thanks to “bonus depreciation,” corporations paid the feds only 12.1 percent of their profits in taxes in 2011.
Study: Corporations skimp on state, local taxes
Matt Gardner discusses why cutting taxes to attract corporations doesn't really make sense.
MID-DAY UPDATE: Obama defends U.S. spending on no-fly zone, consumer spending up 0.7% in February
Here are today's top headlines from the Marketplace Morning Report and around the web...
MID-DAY UPDATE: Corporate tax cuts, world economic forum
President Barack Obama gave his State of the Union speech last night, and focused on ways the U.S. can remain globally competitive. He said there's...