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Trade Protectionism Is Fostering Crony Capitalism

by Thomas Aiello / /

Instead of competing in the market, some US companies are using the International Trade Commission as shield against foreign competitors. 


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Tax Foundation Unveils 2018 State Business Tax Climate Index

by Thomas Aiello / /

Newly released report provides insight to which are the best and worst states for business in 2018.
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Latest Filing Highlights NTU's Commitment to Innovation

by Thomas Aiello / /

NTU's comments urge the FDA to move swiftly in approving IQOS as a Modified​ ​Risk​ ​Tobacco​ ​Product​.
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County With Over 5 Million People Latest to Institute Costly Soda Tax

by Thomas Aiello / /

Cook County becomes the largest government in the nation to enact a soda tax.
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Department of Labor Begins Implementation of Costly Fiduciary Rule

by Thomas Aiello / /

It is of great urgency that Labor Secretary Acosta work with his staff to remove, or permanently delay this disastrous rule.
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FTC Leads Way on Regulatory Reforms

by Pete Sepp / /

The opportunities for taxpayers to make new history are brighter than they have been for quite some time.
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Puerto Rico Task Force Report: Hope for 2017?

by Pete Sepp / /

This week the much-awaited report from the Congressional Task Force on Economic Growth in Puerto Rico was delivered to the House and Senate.
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The House Passed a Concrete Tax Bill to Extend Checkoff Schemes to Commerce Department

by Demian Brady, Andrew Wilford / /

There are currently 22 "checkoff" programs administered by the USDA that assess compulsory fees on industry producers.
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Britain Looks to Corporate Tax Cuts to Spur Growth

by Nan Swift / /

Following the recent "Brexit," Great Britain's is making significant corporate tax cuts the centerpiece of a plan to "build a super competitive economy."
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Puerto Rico Action Plan: What Should Taxpayers Look For?

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Very soon, the House Committee on Natural Resources is expected to release draft legislation designed to address Puerto Rico's chronic and serious financial woes.
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