Income inequality is on the rise in many countries, but is it due to earned wealth, or inherited wealth—and should policy makers be trying to stop it?
When prices are rising, the heightened expectations of short-term investors causes them to pile in.
The First-Time Homebuyer Credit didn't add much to GDP, but it was still a success in some respects.
Small and medium-sized companies are particularly responsive to bonus depreciation.
We often hear about corporate America, but rarely about “pass-through America.” Yet pass-through businesses—sole proprietorships, S corporations, and partnerships—account for 94 percent of US businesses, more than 60 percent of net business income, more than half the private-sector workforce, and 37 percent of the total private-sector payroll, according to the Tax Foundation, a tax policy research organization.
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