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Tax Policy Blog 06/19/2019 14:31
Of all alcoholic beverages subject to taxation, stiff drinks—and all distilled spirits—face the stiffest tax rates. Ostensibly, this is because spirits have higher alcohol content than the other categories, like wine and beer. Now, help yourself to this final round of alcohol excise taxes and check out the map below to see whether you’re shaken […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/19/2019 07:53
Key Findings The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) imposed an excise tax on high-cost employer-sponsored health coverage. This “Cadillac” tax was established to help pay for the PPACA’s provisions and to reduce health-care costs by limiting the income tax exclusion for employer-sponsored insurance. The tax has been delayed on several occasions but is […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/17/2019 11:19
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD’s) search for a solution to taxation of the digitalized economy has led it to consider a global minimum tax as part of a broader anti-base erosion proposal.[1] Because a minimum tax could be based on the structure of existing controlled foreign corporation rules (CFC rules), a review [...]
Tax Policy Blog 06/14/2019 13:02
Next week, the House Ways and Means Committee plans a hearing on “Ending the TCJA Tax on Houses of Worship, Charities, and Nonprofits.” While this seems alarming, it isn’t. The provision ensures neutrality between tax-exempt organizations and C corporations as it relates to employee fringe benefits. Without it, not-for-profit employers could offer benefits at a […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/13/2019 15:47
Companies around the world regularly do business in multiple countries, and they arrange their supply chains and distribution models in various ways. Some businesses rely heavily on physical assets like factories and delivery vehicles, but many businesses also rely on intellectual property and data transfers. In either case, selling goods and services across borders has […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/13/2019 13:30
This afternoon, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued long-anticipated new rules and guidance on the charitable contribution SALT deduction workaround. They’re much what we expected, and I’ll save a detailed analysis for a later date, but for now, here’s a basic synopsis of what the regulations establish. Charitable deductions must […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/13/2019 11:48
The growth of the sharing economy has raised important questions about the proper tax treatment of assets divided between business and personal use. One example is the tax treatment of personal residences used as short-term rental properties, which are often advertised on new economy sharing platforms. While traditional hotels are permitted to fully deduct business-related […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/13/2019 07:49
Many businesses around the world operate in more than one country, making them subject to multiple tax jurisdictions. To prevent businesses from minimizing their tax liability by taking advantage of cross-country differences in taxation, countries have implemented various anti-tax avoidance measures, one being the so-called Controlled Foreign Corporation (CFC) rules. CFC rules apply to certain […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/12/2019 10:42
Whether you’re a self-appointed connoisseur or an occasional sipper of chardonnay, you may not have thought about the taxes that go into your wine purchase. But now you can quench your newly found thirst for excise tax info with this week’s map, which compares wine taxes among the 50 states, expressed in dollars per gallon. […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/12/2019 10:05
Italy is no stranger to low economic growth and high unemployment. To address these issues, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini is pushing for a 15 percent flat income tax initially only for middle- to low-income earners. However, this proposal would cost between €12 billion and €30 billion per year in tax revenue, pushing Italy’s budget […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/06/2019 10:59
Among the vast array of regulations and policies that impact and shape the global economy, international tax rules play a significant role. Countries around the world have a diverse set of rules for taxing multinational corporations, and these policies create various incentives for business investment and supply chains across the world. Over recent decades there […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/06/2019 07:55
Many countries’ individual income tax systems tax investment income in addition to wage income. They do this by levying taxes on income from capital gains and dividends. Today’s map focuses on taxes on dividends, showing how dividend tax rates vary across European countries. A dividend is a payment made to an individual from after-tax corporate profits. […]
Tax Policy Blog 06/04/2019 09:33
By almost any measure, Utah is, and deserves to be, the envy of its peers. Utah leads the country in job growth, and the state’s economy has grown at twice the rate of the nation at large. Tax reforms adopted in 2007 improved the structure and competitiveness of the state’s individual and corporate income taxes and established a model for other states to follow. But today, some of the gains made in 2007 are being undone—not by conscious policy choices, but by their absence.

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