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Tax and Spending Issues

San Antonio Stadium Subsidy Could Leave Taxpayers Holding the Ball

San Antonio's decision to use taxpayer funds to buy a soccer stadium could put taxpayers on the hook for decades, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Heartland article...

Congressional GOP Budget Hits Reality Hard

The Congressional Budget Office's recent budget update revealed a dramatic deterioration in the federal government's finances...

The Super Bowl of Jock Taxes

According to Forbes, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's tax bill will be more than double that of Peyton Manning's New Jersey Super Bowl tax two years ago, thanks to California's 13.3 percent millionaire's tax...

U.S. Inequality, Fiscal Progressivity and Work Disincentives

While many debate the degree of income inequality in the United States, there is far less inequality in spending power due to the benefit transfers, such as Medicaid and food stamps, in the U.S. fiscal system...

Cruz' Tax Plan Trumps the Trump Plan in Economic Growth But Spending Cuts Would Be Needed

When it comes to economic growth effects, the Cruz tax plan "trumps" the Trump plan, according to the National Center for Policy Analysis' Tax Analysis Center and the Beacon Hill Institute...

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...


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