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Corporations reduce their tax liability through a variety of ways, such as accelerated depreciation and profit shifting.
The Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that about 150 corporations would be subject to a new minimum corporate tax each year.
About two-thirds of individual capital gains subject to tax are from selling corporate stock; the remainder is from property sales.
The Inflation Reduction Act would double the number of employees and expand the auditing capacity of the IRS.
The Inflation Reduction Act expands eligibility for federal tax credits for electric vehicle owners.
Congress passed reconciliation bills for 77% of budget resolutions since 1981.
Twenty-nine states do not charge sales tax on menstrual products.
Tax bills in the US are lower now than in 1988 for all but the top 1% of income earners.
US debt outstanding was at $30.3 trillion at the start of April 2022.
SALT deductions are mostly claimed by those making $100,000 or more. How does the cap work?
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