Archive for the ‘Tax Policy’ Category

Results from my Twitter poll on the legislative prospects of the DBCFT

January 12th, 2017

My statistics professors would legitimately disown me for posting these results from a Twitter poll I ran yesterday on respondents’ guesses re the likelihood that the R’s corporate tax replacement–the destination based cash flow tax (DBCFT)–becomes law. A “convenience sample,” a sampling framework that makes no attempt at representativeness, is the worst kind of sample,… Read more

The R’s corp tax plan

December 30th, 2016

A number of folks asked me what I thought of this part of the Republican’s tax plan–their corporate tax replacement–and that required some thought, as it’s very different than what we have. Here’s what I got, over at WaPo. I couldn’t fit it in the piece, but I wanted to reference the more jaundiced take… Read more