ITEP In The News

Beaver County Times: Taxes May Be Biggest Burden Facing Aliquippa

August 28, 2014

By Tom Davidson, The city still bustles with traffic now and then, although most of it’s just passing through town. On Thursday afternoon, Mayor Dwan Walker and City Manager Sam Gill took a drive through Aliquippa, starting at what they...

The Christian Science Monitor: A Solution to Burger King-Like Inversions

August 28, 2014

All the fracas over tax inversions like the recent Burger King-Tim Horton's merger has generated some interesting ideas for broader changes in the way we tax multinational firms. One would base a firm’s US taxable profits on the US share...

Akron Beacon Journal: After a decade of tax cuts in Ohio

August 20, 2014

"Zach Schiller of Policy Matters Ohio has assessed the broad impact of the changes, with the help of the Institute of Taxation and Economic Policy, a research group in Washington. In a report released this week, he found that as...

The Toledo Blade: Tax Shift and Shaft

August 19, 2014

By the Editorial Board: Nearly a decade ago, Ohio placed a fateful bet: that big tax cuts, especially for the state’s richest people and corporations, would generate strong job creation, economic growth, and revenue increases. That mostly hasn’t happened. Columbus’...

The Motley Fool: The 5 States with the Highest Sales Tax

August 17, 2014

By Jeremy Bowman: Nearly every state in the union charges a sales tax, and the tax levied on goods and services sold at the retail level is just one of many tools states use to collect revenue, along with licensing...

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