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Conservative Nation Jul 19
That should not be the case. If so, another wrong heaped on the pile is an immature way to approach public policy.
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Daniel van Kessel Jul 14
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Iain Sanderson Jul 16
Should the tax system be kind? We’ve been running focus groups to get a range of opinions on . Find out more on our latest podcast
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Deb Nystrom, dnrevel Jul 18
needs to support & elect women leaders & fully embrace our immigrant culture, instead featuring good old boys like whistling Dixie Senator Kennedy, friend. Let's not restart the Civil War. We need to go FORWARD, not back to 1860.
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Int'l Budget Partnership Jul 16
Replying to @NorwayUN
In the words of : Although there‘s progress, we‘re not on track to finance our joint ambition to reach . On top of , is an important challenge that may undermine the pursuit of the in many countries.
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KPMG Tax Now Jul 15
Japan’s consumption tax conundrum: It has been a matter of ‘will they’ or ‘won’t they’ for a number of years.
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Hawaiʻi Budget & Policy Center Jul 16
has the broadest sales tax in the U.S. ultimately applying to 105.29% of the state’s personal income, a far wider base than the national median (34.25%). The G.E.T. also taxes many products multiple times. …/
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≡l≡v≡nth Jun 2
Taxes should be based on a sliding scale- Once you have a nest egg that allows you to earn interest annually above the mean income of all Americans your tax rate goes up. This will raise the avg income across the US
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Crypto Giving Canada Jul 15
Important week for and on an international level with the meeting of G7 Finance Ministers in France. must take steps to bring legislation up to date and take advantage of the benefits of emerging tech.
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Julie Walmsley Jul 17
A story of not just federal but & & profit margins still sufficiently healthy to commit to leases in 6 locations, even as we prepare for more , , and , and less . via
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The Epoch Times Mar 22
High migration of people and businesses from high-tax states to low-tax ones in recent years highlights the strong relationship between and health of a state, according to a report: “Rich States, Poor States,” published by .
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charlievp Jul 14
The and gets his sticky hands on the and executive branch . What could possibly go wrong. Ugh.
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Stephanie Walker Mar 5
Michael Sabia, former DG of on implementing the GST: "you need to acknowlegdge the importance of the remarkable working relationship between the public service and political leadership”
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Hawaiʻi Budget & Policy Center May 23
"...lawmakers have recently announced at least five proposals to significantly expand existing tax credits or create new ones to benefit ... taxpayers in income groups who received only a small share of benefits from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act."
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EDA Mar 5
And we’re off! kicks off with policy briefings. Our first speaker is Jade West, Chief Gov. Relations Officer for the National Assn of Wholesaler-Distributors.
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Shalonda Spencer Apr 13
Tax the Rich Policy Conference
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Pablo Baroffio Jul 2
G20 Leaders' Summit Declaration reiterates endorsement of OECD workplan for development of new international tax rules
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NECSI Jan 11
Moving toward a tax policy that considers income of workers and owners more equally is a step in the right direction.
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CIS Jul 14
But to an important degree the personal income tax system has indeed been going around in circles, fighting the same battles and reclaiming the same ground over and over.
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