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Biden Infrastructure Plan Includes Tax Increases
One of the main priorities of the tax part of the plan is raising the corporate rate to 28% from 21%, a partial reversal of Donald Trump’s 2017 tax cut.
Tax Reform Spurs Major Unintended Consequence
Contrary to congressional intent, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has boosted multinationals' capital investments abroad more than at home.
So Far, Only 6% of Tax Savings Going to Workers
Workers aren't at the head of the line for the proceeds generated from the lower U.S. corporate tax rate, says JUST Capital.
Companies Share Tax Savings With Workers
A minority but growing number of employers give employees bonuses and raises based on this year's tax windfall; Visa leads the way with huge 401(k) boost.
How Tax Bills Could Impact Company Finances
Here are five key aspects of the tax bills introduced in Congress that CFOs should start thinking about now.
Falling Global Tax Rates Make U.S. Less Competitive
A lower U.S. tax rate plus simplification of the tax system would stimulate corporate expansion and spark economic growth, consultant says.
The Ideal Federal Tax Rate? 21%
Added to state taxes, that rate would be just below the worldwide average and make U.S. companies more competitive globally, accounting firm leader says.
Lower Corporate Taxes Would Spur Capital Investment
The federal rate should be dropped to 20% or 25% to sync up the economy with corporate financial results and stock-market performance: Columbia professor.
Companies Aren’t Paying Their Fair Share of Taxes
There is no way to justify cutting the federal corporate tax rate below the current 35%, says Americans for Tax Fairness.
Low Effective Tax Rates Don’t Signal Excess Risk: Study
Contrary to common opinion, there's no evidence that a low effective tax rate is a sign of risky corporate management.