Daily Policy Digest

Tax and Spending Issues

Greece Experiments with Minimum Guaranteed Income

For six months, Greece will experiment with providing a minimum guaranteed income to households in 13 municipalities...

How the U.K. Halted Corporate Inversions

The Tax Foundation has released a new study by William McBride detailing what the U.K. did to reverse the trend of corporate inversions...

Does the CDC Need More Funding?

With the Ebola crisis growing, some pundits are blaming the United States for failing to fund the fight against Ebola at sufficient levels...

How to Lower the Deficit?

Growing deficits do not have to be in the United States' future; with fiscal discipline, lawmakers could transform today's budgetary outlook...

How Would the Internet Sales Tax Hurt New Businesses?

Lawmakers are pushing to enact the Marketplace Fairness Act after the November midterm elections...

Death to the Death Tax

Upon death, the federal government taxes 40 percent of the deceased's income and assets above an exemption threshold...

How Much Do Americans Pay in Cell Phone Taxes?

Americans pay 17 percent in federal, state and local cell phone taxes...

Judge Rules Pensions Can Be Cut During Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy judge ruled that California's public employee pensions have no protection during bankruptcy...

Fiscal Report Card: Which State Governors Are Earning As?

Cutting business and individual taxes is critically important, because tax rates discourage investment and constrain entrepreneurs from starting new businesses...

Are American Retirees Facing a Crisis?

Politicians across the country are claiming that Americans are facing a retirement crisis, with estimates of retirement unpreparedness ranging from 53 percent to 84 percent of Americans...


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