Corporate Taxes

Are you planning on joining the gig economy and becoming self-employed? Are you embarking on retirement after years with a traditional employer? We wish you the best, and, along with the IRS, we remind you to pay your quarterly income taxes. Without an employer to submit payments regularly out of your paycheck, you are now
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How much will you be paying in federal income taxes this year? According to data from 2013, the average individual American tax bill was over $8,500 — yet there are large corporations making millions of dollars in profit and paying no income taxes. According to USA Today, 27 large corporations in the S&P 500 reported
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The U.S. has the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world with a 35% federal levy on profits. When various state taxes are included, the nominal rate is just over 39%. Is it time to consider lowering our corporate rates? American corporations have argued for years that our tax rate should be lowered, because
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Very few, if any, Americans like our current tax system but there is little agreement on how to change it. The fault lines are usually along the same philosophical arguments. Progressivity – What is the proper definition of “fair share” of taxes? Is it based more on pure percentages, where everyone pays the same percentage
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