If Janet Yellen wants to go after small business owners, she should say so.
It is bad economics and bad foreign policy.
‘Democrats have risked adding a default crisis to the inflation crisis, border crisis, and Afghanistan crisis,’ McConnell said.
The week of July 12, 2021: inflation, tax, and much, much more fun.
On the menu today: the dangerous illusion of cheap money, cutting dividends is not the answer, home prices and inflation, and more.
Under our Constitution, Congress sets the tax rates, and it may do so without reference to the president, the secretary of the Treasury, or the government of any other country.
The plan gives member nations the right to tax the largest and most profitable multinational enterprises irrespective of whether those corporations have a presence in their countries.
On the menu today: Biden’s proposed tax cartel, Apes and Clover, Japan’s debt difference, corporate virtue signaling, and textual investment.
On the menu today: Yellen says something (and then unsays it), Joe Biden, Peronist, Biden and Brussels against Ireland, and Richard Nixon and Arthur Burns.
The week of April 19: ESG, proposed capital-gains-tax increases, and much, much more.