Archive for the ‘Tax Policy’ Category

Much needed comic relief, even more needed inspiration, and…corporate tax inversions.

October 14th, 2016

This totally cracked me up…pretty brilliant video work, I thought. Next, this is just a beautiful story, beautifully told, of a business student at Georgetown U breaking through the barrier between himself and a janitor at the university. And it happened right here, in the shadow of our terribly divisive, mean-spirited politics. I read this… Read more

Hold up, New Jersey! It’s time to take a stand against our terrible tax debate.

October 4th, 2016

This has been a terrible few weeks for tax policy. Donald Trump declares himself “smart” for tax avoidance; leaked returns show him to have claimed almost a billion in losses, much of which stems from ways in which the code privileges those selling real estate, which he presumably has used to write off taxes owed… Read more

Trade, trickle down, and the Fed: Revisiting three points from the big debate

September 28th, 2016

Before the first presidential debate fades into the next news cycle, there are three economic points that bear revisiting: We need a new paradigm for trade policy. The outsider campaigns of Trump and Sanders, along with the realities of many people and communities hurt by globalization, have elevated international trade as a major issue in this… Read more