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"… political positions to a high standard,” said Ryan Alexander, president Taxpayers for Common Sense, another nonpartisan nonprofit. “Clarifying what …"

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"… m the past who’s considered the father of supply-side economics, and the Tax Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based think-tank that markets itself as a n …"

"… dd on another 2 percent or more. The state also repealed its Earned Income Tax Credit, which had given more than 900,000 low- to middle-income North Caro …"

"… director for the state and local finance initiative at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, said states without income Taxes like Texas and Alaska are …"

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"… rd Brooks, a former Tax inspector in the U.K. and author of The Great Tax Robbery, said about these types of arrangements.  Brooks was not spea …"

"… forth, converting shares to debt and occasionally dissolving firms.  Tax-free “hidden distributions” among subsidiaries are just one type of he …"

"… tzerland, Arteva’s branch shares an address in Zurich with a firm called Tax Partners AG, whose principals are also listed in public filings as the dep …"

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"… ensure promises about jobs and other Taxpayer benefits are delivered. “Taxpayers have the right to know exactly what they are getting in return for t …"

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"… g New York law firm and former chair of the New York State Bar Association Tax Section. Kleinbard is a professor of law at the University of So …"

"… Southern California and a former chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation of the U.S. Congress.But both have given to Democratic candidates in …"

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"… f its invaluable series on “Distribution of Household Income and Federal Taxes,” this time covering 2008 and 2009. The CBO’s statistical series now …"

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"… the national debate on jobs, the economy, ObamaCare and government debt.”Tax NonsenseThe ad — titled “Obama’s Promise” — lists several pledge …"

"… all individuals and families, working or not, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center.The Crossroads GPS ad simply ignores these very real Tax cut …"

"… ay for an expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Program.Mandate = Tax Increase?The Heritage Tax figure includes $65 billion that comes from pena …"

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"… ory in the New York Times headlined “GE’s Strategies Let It Avoid Taxes Altogether.” It was part of a 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning series title …"

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"… ich in this TV ad would be considered “the rest of us.”The nonpartisan Tax Policy Center divided “the rest of us” into 10 groups and found&n …"

"… al candidate Mitt Romney. Then again, there are those who pay more.Another Tax Policy Center analysis of the Buffett Rule found that about half …"

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"… ebsite from the federal government, now you can!The White House “Federal Taxpayer Receipt” calculator, released Wednesday, asks you to put in how muc …"

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"… ures are all listed by the U.S. Congress’ nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation as “Tax expenditures,” another way of saying subsidies or special …"

"… ay of saying subsidies or special breaks given to the industry.And One New TaxBut in at least one instance, Obama proposes to treat the oil and gas indus …"

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"… e “Romney Rule” after an analysis from the advocacy group Citizens for Tax Justice estimated that Romney paid a rate of 14 percent.Romney’s ex …"

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"… dispute, Dagres offered five years of his Tax returns as evidence in U.S. Tax Court. His testimony, Tax forms and other documents offer a rare glimpse o …"

"… iming success than in the United States, the scholars found.Wrinkle in the Tax CodeAt the heart of the Dagres case is a $2 billion-a-year wrinkle in the …"

"… mai Technologies Inc. and Qtera Corp. In the Qtera deal, he later told the Tax Court, he made $800 million for his investors, off a $15 million investmen …"

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"… nce is costly and time-consuming, but the actual expense is not known. The Taxpayer Advocate Service of the IRS estimated in its 2010 report to Congress …"

"… d not put a price tag on that amount of time. The Laffer study, citing the Taxpayer Advocate Service, says the number of hours actually has declined beca …"

"… ederal income Taxes, you have a real problem."According to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, it’s true that 46.4 percent of families and individuals w …"

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"… eferring to a July, 14, 2010, report from the Joint Committee on Taxation that  analyzed the effects of President Barack Obama’s propose …"

"… ns constantly repeat, as the JCT itself made very clear:Joint Committee on Taxation: These figures for net positive business income do not imply that all …"

"… oint, issued in August by experts at the Treasury Department’s Office of Tax Analysis. It is a “technical paper” by career employees, not a policy …"

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"… uld get a federal income Tax refund totaling $1,944, according to the Tax Foundation’s Tax calculator. Subtracting that from all the payroll Taxes …"

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"… our calculations, which we confirmed with Nick Kasprak, an analyst at the Tax Foundation.A childless couple making $50,000 would have paid more — but …"

"… , we calculated 2010 federal income Tax liabilities using the 2010 “Tax Calculator” on the H&R Block website. Those calculations agree with …"

"… ulations agree with the independent calculations of analyst Kasprak at the Tax Foundation. We used the Tax Foundation’s “2011 Marginal Rates Cal …"

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"… rcent by 2015, according to the Washington Post and Politifact. Not a Tax Cut for EveryoneObama also boasted that the payroll Tax cut passed in Dece …"

"… a good deal for the working poor – those earning less than $20,000. The Tax Policy Center explained that the payroll Tax deal meant the end of 2009's …"

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"… tates Taxed in 2011 would be family farms and businesses, according to the Tax Policy Center. The Tax deal struck by President Barack Obama and congressi …"

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"… predictions are overblown. Rebecca Wilkins, an attorney with Citizens for Tax Justice, said U.S. banks are using scare tactics to prop up a regime of fi …"

"… other offshore destinations. Robert Goulder, editor-in-chief of U.S.-based Tax Notes International, calls the United States “the biggest Tax haven in t …"

"… their U.S. bank accounts is shared among Tax authorities. Wilkins of the Tax Justice Network said such fears are unfounded. Terrorists, drug dealers an …"

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"… e property owners as much as 18 percent interest and a slew of other fees. Tax lien holders can foreclose in as little as six months in some states, thou …"

"… perties in many counties often ends up falling all the way to .25 percent. Tax collectors argue that this competition helps homeowners because lower inte …"

"… tarting to complain about the consequences for citizens and neighborhoods. Tax lien investing has proven contentious in cities such as Cleveland, which c …"

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"… erty owners as much as 18 percent interest and a slew of other fees.  Tax lien holders can foreclose in as little as six months in some states, thou …"

"… perties in many counties often ends up falling all the way to .25 percent. Tax collectors argue that this competition helps homeowners because lower inte …"

"… tarting to complain about the consequences for citizens and neighborhoods. Tax lien investing has proven contentious in cities such as Cleveland, which c …"

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