Kat Jennings

“The Distribution of Household Income and Federal Taxes, 2013” was published by the Congressional Budget Office last week. The report measures income taxes among financial demographics. One of the main question is, of course:

How much are the 1% paying?

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Annette Nellen

Well, it’s not a carbon tax war yet as neither side of this issue in Congress seems to have it as their number one issue. A carbon tax aims to increase the cost of using one type of fuel that leads to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and climate change. There are other types of GHG emission, but per the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), carbon emissions represent 81% of the total.

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Which Presidential Candidate Tax Plan Will Keep The Largest Number Of Tax Professionals Employed?


Whenever a Presidential Election comes around everyone is talking about taxes and the IRS. With more than 3 Million tax professionals in the United States alone and business related to taxes in the Read More