Burger King seeks a tax inversion. Will there be a side of tax reform with that?
A look at the Obama administration's possible tax inversion intervention.
The endless rounds of deficit reduction in Washington in recent years have significantly improved the nation’s budget outlook, reducing projected borrowing by $3.3 trillion through 2024, according to new estimates by Senate Budget Committee chairman Patty Murray
Washington's obsession with what counts as a tax increase is increasingly insae.
Debbie Schaeffer, the owner of Mrs. G TV and Appliances, tells you everything you need to know.
And House Republicans agree on it! Well, on part of it.
Sure, they did it in 1986. 2013 is different.
The Economic Policy Institute finds that changes in the corporate tax code don't track changes in growth. But that doesn't mean one doesn't affect the other.
Even Cruz's flat tax will need someone, somewhere, to enforce it.
Everyone always talks about the welfare state. But to understand who really wields power in Washington and what they actually want, you need to understand the tax break state.
Break down where the money from deductions, credits and exclusions goes with this handy tool.
The California Republican has an ambitious plan to replace the corporate income tax. And it just might work.
And let's replace it with new taxes on capital gains and dividend income, a cap on deductions for the affluent, and a progressively-structured carbon tax.
A new report shows how Apple keeps its taxes on international business so low.
What do you mean by "tax reform, " kemosabe?
Progressives think widening income inequality means we should have more tax brackets at higher rates, as not everyone in the top 10 percent is the same.
The joint Max Baucus/Dave Camp op-ed on tax reform is interesting for two reason. The first is what's in it. The second is what's not in it.
The Senate Democrats' point man on tax reform won't say whether it should raise taxes.
How Washington really works, sadly.
And, if you read his budget closely and run the numbers carefully, they will almost certainly means a much less progressive tax code.