Tax Foundation President Scott A. Hodge on the economic impact of the 1-year payroll tax cut enacted as part of President Obama’s tax compromise package.
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Tax Foundation Director of State Projects Joseph Henchman on Cyber Monday and the debate over collecting sales taxes on online purchases.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge quoted on the impact of potential changes to the estate tax rate.
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Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge discusses the impact of health care taxes and the elimination of the Bush-era tax cuts on small business owners and their employees.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge discusses the effects of subjecting traditionally untaxed non-profit institutions to new taxes as a strategy for eliminating the federal budget deficit.
Government is redistributing more than $826 billion each year from a small group of Americans like Jane to a larger group of Americans like Sally and Bob. How are we ever going to reduce the deficit and the debt if government looks free to so many, but expensive to so few?
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on Fox Business Network on September 23, 2010 to discuss a report on the impact of the expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts on business income.