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Some States’ Tax Policies Are Frightful, Others Are Treats

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Some States’ Tax Policies Are Frightful, Others Are Treats

Just in time for Halloween, the nonpartisan Tax Foundation has released its annual “State Business Tax Climate Index,” finding some states treat businesses in a rather beastly manner, while others give their local employers the fiscal equivalent of a king-sized candy bar.…

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Some States’ Tax Policies Are Frightful, Others Are Treats

Just in time for Halloween, the nonpartisan Tax Foundation has released its annual “State Business Tax Climate Index,” finding some…
by Jesse Hathaway | October 31, 2014 Read More

New Crude Export Policy Site Launches to Educate Consumers and Policymakers

“Most Americans still don’t realize that we’re in an age of energy abundance and don’t need to worry about where…
by Shawn McCoy | October 30, 2014 Read More

American Manufacturing Needs a Redeem Team

Americans hold firmly onto the belief that we have the most productive workforce in the world. But why has productivity…
by Adams Nager | October 29, 2014 Read More

New Report Counters LNG Opponents

A new report from the American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) Center for Policy Research seeks to counter claims made…
by Shawn McCoy | October 29, 2014 Read More

High Electric Prices Hurt Economic Growth

Economic research on the impact of energy prices on economic growth has focused largely on the volatility of the price…
by Omar J. Borla | October 28, 2014 Read More

Can We Trust Voters to Make Informed Decisions?

Counting down the days to this year’s midterms, we implicitly trust voters are prepared to make an informed decision at…
by Shawn McCoy | October 28, 2014 Read More

To Republicans — Watch out for Traps After the Midterms

Most pundits are predicting a Republican take-over of the U.S. Senate next Tuesday. I am ready to go on record…
by Lanny Davis | October 28, 2014 Read More

Treasury Taking Aim at ‘Homegrown REITs’?

The Treasury Department scored a victory last Monday against tax-lowering strategies known as inversions with the decision by the U.S.…
by John Burnett | October 28, 2014 Read More