Mitt Romney has added a new plank to his campaign tax platform: Cut all ordinary tax rates by a fifth. But he’s put a few pretty big hurdles in the way of making sure his plan does not add to the deficit.
Both tools help distribute information that can be used to further more responsible environmental practices
The US Census Department's monthly New Residential Home Sales Report for January showed a monthly decline, with sales dropping 0.97 percent since December but rising 3.55 percent above the level seen in January 2011.
Our corporate tax system maximizes the degree to which corporate managers have to worry about taxes when making business decisions, but limits the revenue that the government actually collects.
On the surface, courtesy overdraft protection seems like a good program. Actually, most “courtesy” overdraft protections can end up putting you in a worse situation than just dealing with a returned check.
Which Republican Presidential candidates would successfully eliminate the deficit and national debt? According to a new analysis from the non-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, none of them would.
Nationally, home prices increased 0.71 percent since November but declined 1.32 percent below the level seen in December 2010.
Thanks to government subsidies supporting a specific type of corn farm, land value is increasing, and prices are going up. The same is true of other federally supported crops.
Ron Paul is onto something when he claims that the Federal Reserve's low interest policy has discourages savings and encouraged borrowing.
The Obama administration is proposing to lower corporate taxes from the current 35 percent to 28 percent for most companies and to 25 percent for manufacturers. But American companies are booking higher profits than ever.
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Initial jobless claims went unchanged at 351,000 claims, but “continued” claims for jobless benefits declined by 52,000.
The president's Framework for Business Reform does a great job in identifying what's wrong with the way businesses are taxed. But the cure for those problems leaves a lot to be desired.