Taxes in the United States: Developments, Analysis and Research. Volume 1


Sarah Brackman (Editor)

Series: Taxes in the United States: Developments, Analysis, and Research
BISAC: BUS064000

This book examines the most recent developments, analysis and research concerning taxation in the United States. Topics discussed in this compilation include the constitutionality of retroactive tax legislation; tax provisions to assist with disaster recovery; the impact of the federal estate tax on state estate taxes; effective marginal tax rates for low and moderate income workers; and the taxation of capital and labor through the self-employment tax. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Constitutionality of Retroactive Tax Legislation
(Erika K. Lunder, Robert Meltz, Kenneth R. Thomas, CRS)

Tax Provisions to Assist with Disaster Recovery
(Erika K. Lunder, Carol A. Pettit, Jennifer Teefy, CRS)

The Impact of the Federal Estate Tax on State Estate Taxes
(Steven Maguire, CRS)

Effective Marginal Tax Rates for Low- and Moderate-Income Workers
(Shannon Mok, Congressional Budget Office)

The Taxation of Capital and Labor Through the Self-Employment Tax
(Paul Burnham, Congressional Budget Office)


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