Tax Policy

Op-Ed

21st Century Tax Policy and Aging Populations

Author: Michael W. Hodin
Huffington Post

Michael W. Hodin says that as more Americans will be over sixty in the 21st century, tax and spend policies will have to shift profoundly if the United States is to avoid burdensome, confiscatory rates on those in the traditional working population.

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Vox: Weighing the Pros and Cons of Corporate Tax Reform in the EU

Authors: Leon Bettendorf, Michael Devereux, Simon Loretz, and Albert van der Horst

The European Commission has launched proposals to radically reform corporate income tax in the EU with a system known as the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax base. This column in Vox suggests that this reform would have significant effects on individual member states, but only small effects at the aggregate level in terms of employment, GDP and efficiency.

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