Tag: ‘pass-through businesses’

Is It a Business Man’s World?

By :: January 14th, 2015

Corporate tax reform: It wouldn’t affect all businesses. A cut in the corporate tax rate won’t benefit millions of unincorporated businesses, and those firms don’t think that’s fair. These include pass-throughs such as partnerships or S corporations that can range from small businesses like plumbers or freelance writers to larger entities such as  private equity […]

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Pass-Through Firms Report $800 Billion in Net Income, Can’t Be Ignored in Business Tax Reform

By :: October 2nd, 2014

Washington is going through another one of its periodic calls for business tax reform. But new research by my Tax Policy Center colleague Joe Rosenberg shows just how hard it is to separate business taxation from the individual tax code. And it should serve as a warning to those who think Congress can enact corporate tax […]

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Obama’s New Corporate Tax Offer is Another Dead End

By :: July 30th, 2013

In a speech today in Chattanooga TN, President Obama made congressional Republicans an offer they could refuse. And they did.  By doing so, Obama may have quashed the last shred of hope that tax reform can happen before the 2014 congressional elections. In what the White House pitched as a new idea, Obama offered to […]

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Corporate Tax Reform is on Obama’s Agenda, But Can He Pull it Off?

By :: February 12th, 2013

In what will probably be the usual endless laundry list of State of the Union promises, President Obama is likely to include tax reform, by which he means a rewrite of the corporate revenue code. The White House seems ready to take a run at lowering corporate rates and scaling back targeted business subsidies. So […]

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