There are a lot of reasons to live and do business in Texas.
This policy report, written by Tax Foundation economists Andrew Chamberlain and Patrick Fleenor, studies the economic consequences of states’ “gross receipts taxes”—taxes on all business sales or t
By a vote of 79 percent to 21 percent, Nevada voters on November 4, 2014 rejected a ballot initiative that would have established a 2 percent margin tax on business gross receipts.
Governor Paul LePage of Maine is the first governor to put a serious tax reform proposal up for conversation in 2015.
Americans often look at businesses impersonally. We think of them as lifeless entities that earn profits and don’t do much else.
In general, most Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries lean more on tax revenue from social insurance taxes and consumption taxes than other types of taxes.
This study, released by the non-partisan Tax Foundation, surveys state and local wireless taxes and fees levied against wireless telephone users.
This annual study, released by the Tax Foundation, seeks to help business leaders, government policymakers, and taxpayers understand how well their state's tax structures compare to structures foun
The Tax Foundation’s annual International Tax Competitiveness Index (ITCI) report measures the degree to which the 34 OECD countries’ tax systems promote competitiveness, through low tax burdens
Thomas Piketty’s bestselling Capital in the Twenty-First Century calls for much higher taxes on upper-inc