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Tax and Spending Issues

Obamacare Joins Pile of Unfunded Liabilities

It looks like Congress' alternative to Obamacare is deficit-funded Obamacare...

Tax Extenders 2016

It's tax extenders time...

Defining Meaningful Tax Reform

There are two opposing standards of tax equity -- one based on the accretion standard for measuring income, the other based on the consumption standard, says David Tuerck and James Angelini of Beacon Hill Institute...

Ohio's Tax Reform

Ohio's tax reform has made the state more competitive with its immediate neighbors, particularly for renting households...

The Economic Burden of Corporate Taxation

Reducing the U.S. corporate income tax would draw financial capital into the United States, while increasing wages and production, according to a new report by Beacon Hill Executive Director and National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow David Tuerck and Beacon Hill Institute's James Angelini...

North Carolina's Tax Reforms from 2013 to 2014

North Carolina's tax reform (a 5.80 percent flat tax in 2014) has made the state more competitive with two of its neighbors...

Can Gov. Kasich Both Cut Taxes and Expand Medicaid?

Ohio's state budget increased by nearly one-third...

myRA Program Officially Launched

While the no-fee, Treasury-backed savings plans may sound like a good idea, NCPA research finds that the limited investment structure of myRAs makes them virtually useless as a retirement savings vehicle...

Dallas City Cable TV Goes HD

Dallas City Cable TV has switched over to HD, and now levies a 1% tax on FIOS and U-Verse customers...

Budget Deal Pushes Disability Reform to Backburner

The small changes to the Social Security Disability Insurance program imposed by the new federal budget are a "Band-Aid" solution to a larger problem...


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