tax policy

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: policy - a program for setting taxes
program, programme - a system of projects or services intended to meet a public need; "he proposed an elaborate program of public works"; "working mothers rely on the day care program"
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Koch will join as a principal and will serve as the EY Americas Tax Policy Leader.
The Tax Policy Center today released a report, funded by the Kauffman Foundation, that examines how the current U.
The group will give advice and support to the Welsh Government in the development of devolved tax policy, its collection and management, as well as providing advice on the wider impact of Welsh devolved tax policy on the economy.
She is a nationally recognized expert on tax policy who has testified before the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Finance Committee, the California Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee, and before tax reform commissions and committees on various aspects of federal and state tax reform.
Law firm Miller & Chevalier joined with the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) in designing the 2013 Tax Policy Forecast Survey to determine the evolving views of these executives.
It will be presented at TCPI's 14th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium held next week February 13-14 in Washington, D.
According to the non-partisan Tax Policy Center, the United States is now on the threshold of one of the largest tax increases in history--a tax hike that could average $3,500 for every American household.
Stating that the intricate relationship between growth and inequality poses challenges for the formulation of tax policy in both developed, as well as developing countries, Mukherjee said that on the one hand, progressive tax policy is a means to address growing inequalities in incomes and wealth and on the other hand, it provides resources to address the structural issues in inequality and poverty.
explores the issues faced by politicians when developing and implementing state tax policy in the United States and offers his own suggestions on possible solutions.
In the midst of these discussions, little attention is paid to the value of the services our taxes fund, and the potential for tax policy to alleviate or exacerbate social inequality.
Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 21, edited by James M.
Two reasons it's good to see a second edition of State Tax Policy by David Brunori are that maybe the first edition sold out, which means a lot of people could be reading it, and second, that it's available again, so even more people can read it.