Tag: ‘United Kingdom’

Last Minute, or Second- or Third-to-Last Minute, Deals Before the Holidays

By :: December 10th, 2014

Congress blows yet another budget deadline. After missing its chance to approve a spending bill to keep the government running after Thursday, Congress is now planning to vote this week on a very short-term continuing resolution—one good for just a few days. The measure  is designed to keep the government open and buy some time […]

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What You Get for the Money: Will It Be What You Need?

By :: December 4th, 2014

Tax Expirers: On to the Senate. On a roughly party-line vote, the House restored 55 expired tax provisions and extended them for… three weeks. Now the Senate gets to decide whether to go along or to amend the bill, most likely by extending the measures through 2015. And the world turns… Shouldn’t Congress comparison-shop before […]

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Is Corporate Tax Reform Realistic?

By :: May 19th, 2011

This morning, a panel of veteran international tax experts tried to put the U.S. struggle to fix its corporate tax system in broader perspective. Unfortunately, they concluded that the U.S. is lagging well behind the rest of the world in corporate reform and, worse, the odds of any serious progress anytime soon are slim. The […]

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