We use cookies on this site to enable your digital experience. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our cookie policy. close

Can TCJA Save The Corporate Income Tax?

By Joyce Beebe and Jorge Barro · November 7, 2018, 3:31 PM EST

The share of corporate income tax in the federal government’s revenue has steadily declined since the start of the postwar era. Immediately after World War II, CIT accounted for approximately 30...

To view the full article, register now.

Featured Stories

Global Meat Tax Would Be Tough To Sell To Consumers No Photo Available

New research has found that a global meat tax could reduce the world’s health-care-related costs by $41 billion, but the debate over h... (more story)

Dems' Middle-Class Tax Shield May Also Protect Wealthy Vidya Kauri

A House Democratic plan requiring a supermajority vote to raise taxes on middle- and lower-income households could backfire by making ... (more story)

Tariffs Could Throw Advance Pricing Agreements Into Doubt Molly Moses

Tariffs imposed on U.S. imports by the Trump administration beginning in 2018 are raising questions about the validity of transfer pri... (more story)