‘The Federal Government Does Not Need Revenue’
The government can't go broke, says a leading proponent of Modern Monetary Theory. What's more, the huge and growing national debt is great for the economy.
Post-Election Advice for CFOs: Keep Calm and Carry On
Lessons learned from Donald Trump's presidential campaign can help CFOs respond to the election's impact on their organizations.
Clinton Proposes Raising Estate Tax to 65%
The Clinton campaign believes its estate-tax plan will help pay for such progressive policies as expanding the child tax credit.
How Do Trump, Clinton Tax Plans Compare?
Trump's tax plan is the clearest, most business-friendly policy we have seen in many years.
Any Sensible Economic Plan Must Raise Revenue
Even the most ambitious public-investment plans are only as good as their funding sources, and by that measure, Clinton’s plan is much likelier to succeed.
Trump for the Economy, But a Vote for Clinton
The greatest impact the next president can have on the economy will be through the enactment of tax reform.
Square-Off: Which Candidate Will Be Better for the Economy?
Taxes are driving the debate, but the inflammatory rhetoric may be roiling the markets.
Will Political Uncertainty Trump Financial Markets?
Wall Street may prefer the certain (Clinton) to the uncertain (Trump).
Finance Execs Favor Trump over Clinton by Large Margin
Yet respondents to a CFO survey are dissatisfied with both major-party candidates.
Clinton to Propose Crackdown on Inversions
The presidential candidate would impose an "exit tax" on tax inversion deals that let U.S. firms reduce their taxes by merging with companies overseas.
Clinton, Bush Among Campaign Big Spenders
The Democratic leader for the White House and the GOP's Bush have both spent nearly 90% of what they raised in the third quarter.