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Tag Archives: taxes

  1. A Tale of Three Agendas: Obama, Camp, and Ryan March 4, 2014

    Posted in Budget, Camp tax reform, Federal Budget & Economy, Paul Ryan, The US Tax System.

    2 comments
  2. Where Are Tax Rates Headed? December 12, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox.

    10 comments
  3. Budget Deal Doesn’t Raise Taxes But Many Will Still Pay More December 11, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox.

    5 comments
  4. CBO Finds Growing U.S. Income Inequality December 9, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox.

    9 comments
  5. Latest House Debt Limit Plan Will Accomplish Nothing October 10, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    4 comments
  6. Could the GOP Boost Tax Reform By Adding the Idea to the Debt Limit? September 26, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform.

    5 comments
  7. How Washington Will Use the Coming Budget Wars To Duck Hard Choices August 27, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Federal Budget & Economy.

    5 comments
  8. Uncle Sam Is Smaller (Relatively) Than We Thought July 31, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox, Budget, Federal Budget & Economy, The US Tax System.

    6 comments
  9. Why the Tax Cuts in the Senate Budget Don’t Add up March 21, 2013

    Posted in 2014 budget, Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, Tax Proposals, Tax Revenues.

    5 comments
  10. A Carbon Tax is a Win-Win for the Economy and the Environment March 12, 2013

    Posted in Budget, carbon taxes, Corporate Taxes, Deficit reduction, Energy, Tax Expenditures, Tax Reform.

    12 comments
  11. Build America Bonds, the Medicaid Expansion, and Trust Between the States and the Feds March 7, 2013

    Posted in Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, State & Local Issues, Tax Exempt Bonds.

    4 comments
  12. The Sequester is Not Too Big, It is Too Stupid February 28, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    6 comments
  13. How Obama’s Inaugural Address Frames the Policy Debate for the Next Decade January 22, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Federal Budget & Economy, Individual Income Taxes, Medicare, State & Local Issues, Tax Revenues.

    5 comments
  14. 2013 May Be the Year of Perpetual Fiscal Crisis December 27, 2012

    Posted in Budget, Bush tax cuts, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, fiscal cliff, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform.

    6 comments
  15. Give Now or Pay Later: The Ever-Changing Estate and Gift Tax December 13, 2012

    Posted in estate tax, fiscal cliff.

    3 comments
  16. Understanding TPC’s Analysis of Limiting Deductions October 19, 2012

    Posted in Campaign 2012, Individual Income Taxes, Mitt Romney, Tax Expenditures, Tax Reform.

    3 comments
  17. How Much Revenue Would a Cap on Itemized Deductions Raise? October 17, 2012

    Posted in About TaxVox.

    62 comments
  18. What the Joint Tax Committee Really Said About Tax Reform October 15, 2012

    Posted in Individual Income Taxes, Tax Expenditures, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform, The US Tax System.

    7 comments
  19. Fiscal Cliff, the Video October 3, 2012

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    6 comments
  20. If Congress Goes Over the Fiscal Cliff Your Taxes Will Likely Go Up October 1, 2012

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    9 comments
  21. Understanding TPC’s Analysis of Governor Romney’s Tax Plan August 8, 2012

    Posted in Campaign 2012, campaign congtributions, Capital Gains, Investment Taxes, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform, Types of Taxes.

    66 comments
  22. Will Enough People Enroll in Obamacare? July 5, 2012

    Posted in Health Care, Types of Taxes.

    5 comments
  23. The Supreme Court Says the Health Care Mandate is a Constitutional Tax June 28, 2012

    Posted in Health Care, Types of Taxes.

    12 comments
  24. Buffett Rule Revenue May 4, 2012

    Posted in Bush tax cuts, Individual Income Taxes, Tax Revenues.

    2 comments
  25. The Turbo Tax Paradox April 17, 2012

    Posted in Alternative Minimum Tax, Individual Income Taxes, Tax Compliance.

    15 comments