corporate tax

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This dangerous petition drive appears to be based on a profound ignorance of corporate income taxes and state economic competitiveness.
Until 2012, the kicker law required separate rebates of personal and corporate income taxes.
The next section provides a brief review of the studies related to the research question, followed by a description of the current status of state corporate income taxes in the nation.
In fiscal year 2012, Apple paid $6 billion in federal corporate income taxes, which is one out of every 40 dollars in corporate income taxes collected by the US government, said Steve Dowling, a company spokesman.
Since provincial corporate income tax bases are highly mobile, both interprovincially and internationally, they are highly sensitive to tax, and thus the MCF for provincial corporate income taxes is very high.
Sales, individual income and corporate income taxes were all below last year's figures and below forecast in December.
A new report by the Tax Foundation shows that the burden of corporate income taxes is likely borne by workers--not investors.
States have watched as corporate income taxes have shrunk as a percentage of state tax collection.
For defenders of state corporate income taxes, Bankman's conclusions are not hopeful.
The new government released its budget message on May 2, 2006, adopting the first of TEI's budget recommendations to (i) implement a phased reduction of corporate income taxes, (ii) eliminate the corporate surtax, and (iii) accelerate elimination of the Large Corporation Tax effective as of January 1, 2006.
Nearly all of these states raised sufficient revenue without imposing at least one of the three state taxes - sales, personal income and corporate income taxes, according to the Tax Foundation, a nonprofit research group based in Washington, D.
Traditionally, discussions of Indiana corporate income taxes refer to the gross income tax, corporate adjusted gross income tax, and the supplemental net income tax (SNIT).
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