Taxes

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SeekingAlpha  6 hrs ago  Comment 
By Steven Hansen: I believe taxes are a punishment for doing something wrong. The USA does not tax money flows it wants to occur by creating tax loopholes. The Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) folks believe that a sovereign currency issuer (such as...
Forbes  Aug 1  Comment 
Why does the medical-device excise tax still exist? The tax is a universally reviled Obamacare revenue-raiser, skimming 2.3 percent off the sales of medical devices. Outside liquor and tobacco, most Americans don’t see excise taxes, which are...
Wall Street Journal  Aug 1  Comment 
Tax Report: Shareholders in U.S. companies involved in inversion deals are likely to owe capital-gains tax.
Forbes  Aug 1  Comment 
The passenger record at Nashville International Airport is quite the success story, particularly given the fact that the airport was de-hubbed when American Airlines scaled back operations in 1995. The year-over-year growth cannot be explained by...
Financial Times  Aug 1  Comment 
Margaret Hodge says she is concerned’ about the company’s tax structure, its impact on the public purse and the livelihoods of London cabbies
The Economic Times  Aug 1  Comment 
Chowdary, a 1978-batch officer, today took charge at his office in North block in the Finance Ministry. He will have a tenure of 3 months.
WA Business News  Aug 1  Comment 
Cape Lambert has reached a settlement with the Australian Tax Office regarding its $96 million tax dispute, agreeing to make a final net payment of $2.4 million.
WA Business News  Aug 1  Comment 
Mondo Visione  Jul 31  Comment 
SIFMA today issued the following statement from Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr., SIFMA president and CEO, on the "Cyber Information Sharing Tax Credit Act," which was introduced today by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.: "Cybersecurity is...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 31  Comment 
The U.S. energy boom is producing a little-noticed side effect: American oil and gas companies are paying less in federal income taxes, thanks to investment incentives.
Forbes  Jul 31  Comment 
Republican Bruce Rauner is challenging Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn (D) in this fall's gubernatorial election. One of Rauner’s big ideas is tax reform. In a nutshell, he wants to cut personal income taxes, freeze property taxes, and expand the sales...




 

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