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More on what to do with carbon tax revenue, and etc.

Yesterday I commented on Mankiw's post where he inexplicably linked carbon tax revenue to lower income taxes, as is his wont. We received a comment about the optimal Pigouvian tax. I think this excerpt summarizes well: Even in the simplest settings there's also a tax-interaction effect whereby a pigou tax,...

Is It Time For Your Accountant To Use Less Paper? Sage and eFileCabinet Think So

My accountant has had a paperless office from day one. All incoming documents are scanned into their computer. We review my taxes on a big computer screen and documents are digitally signed. Neat. However, not all accountants are like this – I’d say in fact most are NOT like this. Show More Summary

The Complete Breakdown Of Every Hillary And Bill Clinton Speech, And Fee, Since 2013

Earlier today, when we reported that based on Hillary Clinton's latest tax disclosure, she and her husband had made $139 million in gross income since 2007 most of its from private speaking fees, the one aspect that readers founds most...Show More Summary

“Dead broke” Clintons give massively to charity … their own

You really can’t make this sort of thing up. Hillary Clinton late Friday afternoon released her 2007-2014 tax returns, showing that she and Bill reported $139.1 million in adjusted gross income, paid $43.9 million in taxes (a 31.6% tax rate), and made $15 million (10.8% of their AGI) of charitable contributions, $14.9 million of which went […]

"Everyday Americans" Hillary And Bill Clinton Report $140 Million In Taxable Income Since 2007

Clinton told ABC’s Diane Sawyer in a June interview, “We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt." Ever since Mitt Romney's tax disclosure fiasco in which allegations of tax avoidance and usage of offshore tax shelters...Show More Summary

Happiness Is: Paying Your Taxes?

The Clintons earn a lot income, and pay a lot in taxes. Former President Bill Clinton and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released eight years of tax returns over the weekend. They paid about $43 million in federal taxes between 2007 and 2014 on earnings of $139 million. Show More Summary

TaxProf Blog Weekend Roundup

Saturday: This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts Hillary Clinton Releases Her 2007-2014 Joint Tax Returns Reporting $139 Million Income; 99% Of Charitable Contributions Went To Family Foundation Tax Panel Today At SEALS The IRS Scandal, Day 814 Sunday: ABA Task Force Punts On Law Student Debt Reform Tax...

High-Income, High Tax, and Low Savings: 3 Financial Tips to Help Break the Gen X Poverty Triangle

You are not alone. There are countless Gen X-ers in high tax brackets that directly impact their ability to save. In 2015, married joint tax filers with a combined income of $74,901 are in the 25% tax bracket; single filers enter the 25% bracket at $37,451. State income tax can [...]

More Alaskan cities are taxing cigarettes

From a tax standpoint, Alaska is a pretty cool location. The Last Frontier doesn't collect any individual income tax. It also doesn't have a state sales tax. Local Alaskan governments, however, do have the option to collect sales and other taxes. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Releases Her 2007-2014 Joint Tax Returns Reporting $139 Million Income; 99% Of Charitable Contributions Went To Clinton Family Foundation

Hillary Clinton late Friday afternoon released her 2007-2014 tax returns, showing that she and Bill reported $139.1 million in adjusted gross income, paid $43.9 million in taxes (a 31.6% tax rate), and made $15 million (10.8% of their AGI) of charitable contributions, $14.9 million of which went to the Clinton...

Not Eligible To Claim The $2,500 American Opportunity (College) Tax Credit, Try This

If your child's scholarship makes you ineligible to claim the $2,500 American Opportunity Tax Credit for college expenses, claim a portion of the scholarship as taxable income to your child and pick up $2,500 per year in tax savings...

Hillary Clinton Releases Tax Returns Going Back To 2007

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Hillary and Bill Clinton earned roughly $141 million and paid nearly $44 million in federal income taxes from 2007 to 2014, according to tax returns released Friday. The former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate...Show More Summary

Hillary, Bill Clinton earn more than $139M between 2007-14

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, earned more than $139 million between 2007 and 2014, according to eight years of federal income tax returns released...Show More Summary

Petitioning For 'Male Privilege' Income Tax

4 days agoHumor : eBaum's World

Mark Dice asks people to help fight sexism with a sexist tax.

Minimum Wage Hikes: Few Clear Winners

Income inequality is a hot topic globally, and a focal point in the U.S. especially after the 2008 financial crisis. Most popular policy prescriptions revolve around the campaign friendly topic of redistributing wealth: tax the rich, and send the money to the poor. Show More Summary

Avi-Yonah: The Case For A Destination-Based Corporate Tax

Reuven S. Avi-Yonah (Michigan), The Case for a Destination-Based Corporate Tax: In 1993, I published a paper advocating a destination-based corporate income tax (DBCT) (Avi-Yonah, 1993). Under DBCT, multinational enterprises (MNEs) would be treated as unitary businesses and taxed based on where they sell their goods or services, i.e., on...

Calculate Whether You'll Get a Marriage Penalty or Bonus at Tax Time

Most people assume marriage means you get a big tax break. The idea is: you combine both incomes and pay a single, reduced income tax. This is true in many cases, but not all of them. This calculator tells you whether you can expect to get a bonus or penalty when it comes time to file your taxes as a married couple. Read more...

Mel Reynolds pleads not guilty to federal income tax charges

Former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds pleaded not guilty Thursday during his first appearance in federal court since he was indicted last month on charges he failed to file income tax returns from 2009 through 2012.

Noted for Your Evening Procrastination for July 29, 2015

Must- and Should-Reads: Martin Feldstein: [The U.S. Underestimates Growth](http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-u-s-underestimates-growth-1431989720) William Gale: [State income tax cuts: Still a bad idea](http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2015/07/28-state-income-tax-cuts-bad-idea-gale#.Vbj7N6dEldI.twitter)...Show More Summary

Statoil 2Q 2015 Earnings Slip

  Statoil delivered Adjusted earnings of NOK 22.4 billion and adjusted earnings after tax of NOK 7.2 billion in the second quarter. Statoil reported Net income in accordance with IFRS of NOK 10.

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