Taxes
  • Lobbyists Went All Out on the Tax Bill

    By Michael Rainey

    Spending by lobbyists surged last fall as Congress was writing the tax bill that became law in December, according to new data released Monday. More than half of the lobbyists registered in...

  • Bond Dealers Prepare for a Surge in US Debt Sales

    By Michael Rainey

    U.S. budget deficits are expected to grow sharply over the next few years, and bond dealers are preparing for a big increase in debt sales by the Treasury Department as result. Debt issuance is...

  • How the Tax Code Could Spark a Battle Between North and South

    By Michael Rainey

    Property taxes are generally higher in the Northern part of the country, and politicians in states like New York and Massachusetts are worried about the potential economic damage caused by the new $...

  • Another Reminder About the Risks of the Tax Cut

    By enacting tax cuts that will add to the national debt, “Washington could be trading more growth now for the risk of more pain down the road,” The Wall Street Journal’s Nick Timiraos warns ...

  • How High-Tax States Are Trying to Evade the GOP Tax Overhaul

    By Annie Nova and Darla Mercado, CNBC

    Officials in New York, New Jersey, California, and Maryland are going to the mat against the White House, reworking their tax codes to ease residents' pain from new limits to federal deductions for...

  • Companies Will Be Paying Much Less Than 21% in Taxes Next Year: Study

    Under the Republican Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, companies across all industries will see their average effective tax rate next year fall from 21 percent to 9 percent, a new analysis by the Penn Wharton...

  • Speaker Ryan departs meeting at U.S. Capitol in Washington

    House Passes Major Tax Bill

    By David Morgan and Amanda Becker, Reuters

    The Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives approved sweeping, debt-financed tax legislation on Tuesday, sending the bill to the Senate, where lawmakers were due to take up the package...

  • Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks with reporters after announcing his retirement at the conclusion of his term on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

    Pushing Back on the ‘Corker Kickback’

    By The Fiscal Times Staff

    Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), who said Friday he’d vote for the bill despite his previous objections to its deficit-raising effects, got caught in a firestorm of criticism over the weekend after the...

  • Brady Ryan GOP Tax Plan

    Tax Bill Headed for the Finish Line

    By The Fiscal Times Staff

    The Republican’s sweeping tax overhaul, the largest in three decades, is heading for the finish line this week, even if runs into a few last obstacles along the way. The latest: Sen. Susan Collins (R...

  • 3 Reasons the GOP Tax Bill Could Send More US Jobs Overseas

    By The Fiscal Times Staff

    Some experts are warning that the tax bill expected to be passed this week could make it easier for U.S. companies to move jobs out of the country. “This bill is potentially more dangerous than our...

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