Tag: ‘Missouri’

Six-Year Road Funding, Renewals on Repeat, and Investigations

By :: July 13th, 2015

Highway funding: Will the House GOP play the long game? Ways & Means Chair Paul Ryan wants to pair international tax changes with six-year funding for highways, and he wants it done this year. To buy time to flesh out his plan to use revenue from a one-time tax on foreign profits of US companies, […]

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Tax Ideas, A “Fix,” Limits and Honors

By :: April 14th, 2015

Paul Ryan and Orrin Hatch want businesses to share ideas on tax treatment of “pass-throughs.” As owners of pass-through businesses such as partnerships and sole proprietorships, millions of business owners pay their firms’ income taxes through the individual code. Both the GOP and the White House say they’d cut the 35 percent corporate rate, but […]

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In the Midwest, Across the Pacific, and Down Under

By :: June 4th, 2014

Looks like there’ll be tax cuts in Ohio. The state’s legislature has produced a compromise bill that heads to Republican Governor John Kasich’s desk this week. Ohio had passed a 10-percent across-the-board income tax cut last year that was to be phased in by 2015. The compromise bill will make the tax reduction fully effective this year, […]

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