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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...

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