Taxes in the United States: Developments, Analysis and Research. Volume 2


Sarah Brackman (Editor)

Series: Taxes in the United States: Developments, Analysis, and Research
BISAC: LAW086000

This book examines the most recent developments, analysis and research concerning taxation in the United States. Topics discussed in this compilation include corporate tax expenditures and information on estimated revenue losses and related federal spending programs; taxing businesses through the individual income tax; refundable tax credits; the ability of unauthorized aliens to claim refundable tax credits; and master limited partnerships as a policy option for the renewable energy industry. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Corporate Tax Expenditures: Information on Estimated Revenue Losses and Related Federal Spending Programs

Taxing Businesses Through the Individual Income Tax
(Paul Burnham, Congressional Budget Office)

Refundable Tax Credits
(Janet Holtzblatt, Congressional Budget Office)

Ability of Unauthorized Aliens to Claim Refundable Tax Credits
(Erika K. Lunder, Ruth Ellen Wasem, Alison Siskin, Margot L. Crandall-Hollick, CRS)

Master Limited Partnerships: A Policy Option for the Renewable Energy Industry
(Molly F. Sherlock, Mark P. Keightley, CRS)


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