Spandan is an Assistant Data Analyst at ITEP. He utilizes the organization’s microsimulation model to understand the impact of policy proposals, providing outputs for reports, campaigns, and advocacy efforts. Spandan also contributes to ITEP’s corporate tax analysis, using programming and research skills to dissect corporate tax payments and the consequences of corporate tax policies. Spandan previously worked as a National Consultant at the International Labour Organization. He graduated from Bucknell University with degrees in Mathematical Economics and History.[email protected]
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The tax preparation industry has for years lobbied to prevent the IRS from providing a tool that would allow Americans…
Supreme Corporate Tax Giveaway: Who Would Benefit from the Roberts Court Striking Down the Mandatory Repatriation Tax?
The Supreme Court is set to hear what could become one of the most important tax cases in a century. If decided broadly—with a ruling that strikes down the Mandatory Repatriation Tax for corporations, effectively making it unconstitutional to tax unrealized income—the Roberts Court’s decision in Moore v. US could stretch far beyond the plaintiffs themselves and would put in legal jeopardy many laws that prevent corporations and individuals from avoiding taxes and level the economic playing field.