– Data Covid-19 USA – At least 10 million returns from last year remain unprocessed because of short-staffing at the tax collector, according to the national taxpayer advocate.
– Data Covid-19 USA – A dispute between Ron Wyden, the Democratic Senate Finance Committee chairman, and his hedge fund-manager son illustrates how the merely rich help the fabulously rich resist tax increases.
A small paper like The Storm Lake Times in Iowa would receive a big tax credit. So would Gannett, the nation’s largest news publisher.
The vote was months in the making for the roughly $2 trillion measure, one of the most consequential bills in decades. Now it faces a difficult path in the Senate.
The White House and the Congressional Budget Office are at odds over how much revenue the Internal Revenue Service could recoup from tax cheats.
The head of the Congressional Budget Office said on Monday that beefed-up tax enforcement would raise far less money than the White House projected.
Budget experts say true cost of legislation could be $4 trillion as lawmakers rely on sleights of hand to bring down the price tag.
As the Group of 20 seals a new global minimum tax for companies, the president has scaled back his plans to tax U.S. corporations more.
One by one, tax proposals that would have slowed dynastic wealth have been tossed from the agreement.
White House officials refused to say if all holdout Democrats in Congress had expressed support for the framework.
The proposal to fund the president’s sprawling spending plan mostly turns up the dial on more conventional tax policies, while trying to curb maneuvers that allow tax avoidance.
- Alltagsrassismus in Ostdeutschland Anfeindungen auf offener Straße, abwertende Blicke: Rassismus scheint in Ostdeutschland ein noch größeres Problem zu sein, als im Westen.