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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Progressive Think Tank Backs Repatriation Tax Holiday

The think tank NDN today released The Revenue Implications of Temporary Tax Relief for Repatriated Foreign Earnings: An Analysis of the Joint Tax Committee’s Revenue Estimates, which estimates that a repatriation tax holiday would raise $8.7 billion of revenues over ten years, compared to the Joint Committee on Taxation's recent estimate of a $78.7 billion ten-year revenue cost.

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There's nothing progressive about NDN.

Note that this study was co-written by a fellow at the decidedly right-wing, anti-corporate-tax American Enterprise Institute. The conclusion is exactly what one would expect from that group.

Posted by: stop, look and listen | Aug 25, 2011 2:51:33 PM

On P.20 they admit that there is little relation to repatriation and tax law. Why don't we just tax pharmaceutical companies and electronics at 10% instead of legalizing their tax evasion every five years.

Posted by: Jim Harper | Aug 25, 2011 4:48:32 PM