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Facts and Figures 2021: How Does Your State Compare?

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New Hampshire Bill Aims to Reduce Tax Burden on Businesses

A year ago, it seemed possible that New Hampshire was headed toward a triggered tax increase. Instead, lawmakers may trim business tax rates and begin the phaseout of the state’s tax on interest and dividend income, which would take away the asterisk and make New Hampshire the ninth state to forgo an individual income tax […]

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Spain’s Recovery Budget Comes with Tax Hikes

Spanish taxpayers are facing several tax hikes in addition to the two major taxes—a financial transactions tax (FTT) and a digital services tax (DST)—approved by Spain’s upper house less than two weeks ago. The coalition government this week presented the 2021 budget which includes a 53 percent increase in non-financial public spending from last year, […]

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Recent Changes in Dividend Tax Rates in Europe

With the exception of Estonia and Latvia, all European countries covered in today’s map levy a dividend tax, with the top rates varying significantly. Greece levies a tax of only 5 percent on dividend income, while Ireland taxes dividends at 51 percent. Over the last three years, eight European OECD countries have made changes to their dividend […]

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How Should Wealth and Work Be Treated in the Tax Code?

Late last week, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden released a piece reviewing his tax proposals, contrasting them with President Donald Trump’s tax ideas. A major theme within this piece can be summarized in the title: “A Tale of Two Tax Policies: Trump Rewards Wealth, Biden Rewards Work.” Biden raises an important question regarding how work […]

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President Trump Outlines Second Term Tax Ideas

The Republican National Convention is underway this week and President Trump’s campaign released a second term agenda outlining his policy vision in broad strokes. While light on detail, the agenda includes a few tax policy items like expanding existing tax breaks, creating credits for specific industries and activities, and unspecified tax cuts for individuals. The […]