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Economic inequality

How the U.S. tax code makes inequality worse

by Kimberly Adams Nov 13, 2019
New research reveals new insight into the ways in which race or gender can affect a tax bill.
House Ways and Means Committee member Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) keeps a stack of books that document the current federal tax code and related regulations on his desk during the first markup of the proposed GOP tax reform legislation.
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What the GOP tax plan is doing to home values

by David Brancaccio Oct 10, 2019
A new report says the GOP tax plan is making home values lower than they’d otherwise be in some parts of the country.
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IRS taxpayer advocate leaves, no replacement yet

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 31, 2019
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson is stepping down on July 31.

President Trump to award Medal of Freedom to Economist Arthur Laffer

by Sabri Ben-Achour Jun 18, 2019
One of Arthur Laffer’s enduring contributions was the Laffer Curve, an economic theory to do with the relationship between tax rates and tax revenue.
Economist Arthur Laffer speaks about the economy during a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation on December 18, 2014 in Washington, DC.
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Is there a sweet spot for sugary drink taxes?

by Jack Stewart May 28, 2019
National Bureau of Economic Research figures show a national tax of between 1 and 2.5 cents per ounce of drink would save society $7 billion per year.
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Study looks at where the IRS audits more and less

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 15, 2019
“It is, in a way, a map of poverty in this country,” ProPublica reporter Paul Kiel says.
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Tax Day used to be a party at the post office

by Marielle Segarra Apr 15, 2019
It was a deadline that brought people together.
A Playboy-branded Tax Day rest stop in the 1990s.
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Why so few people do taxes on their own

by Marielle Segarra Apr 10, 2019
Fear of costly mistakes drives some taxpayers to use a professional or software.
TurboTax products sit on display at Costco in 2016.
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Tax Bill 2017

The history — and psychology — behind the tax refund

by Marielle Segarra Feb 20, 2019
When did taxpayers and industries start to rely on the refund?
A neon sign is seen in a window of a tax preparation office in Des Plaines, Illinois.
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Confusion reigns for some businesses over "pass-through" deduction

by Marielle Segarra Jan 14, 2019
Some companies are unsure whether a 20 percent income deduction applies to them.
Under the new tax law, LLCs and S corporations pay taxes based on their owner’s personal income instead of the corporate tax rate.
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