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Obama's Rate Cut: How Low Can You Go?

President Obama's newly released 'framework' for corporate tax reform envisions a significant rate cut for U.S. firms. You can read the details at the President's Framework for Business Tax Reform . His basic idea is to lower the statutory rate from 35% to 28%. He's vague on the details...

Managing the Competent Authority Process for U.S.-Based Multinational Enterprises

by Barry Shott, Richard Barrett and Elizabeth Sweigart * Under pressure to close revenue gaps and to address perceived aggressive tax positions related to the pricing of cross-border transactions, both the U.S. and foreign tax authorities are imposing very large tax adjustments upon multinational enterprises...

A New Proposal to Promote American Manufacturing

In recent years U.S. multinationals have restructured themselves in a manner that allows them to greatly reduce their worldwide tax bill. This restructuring has been described in detail by the OECD andil and by the Joint Committee on Taxation . In a March 15 presentation at a conference on taxation and...

'Legal Enemies of the State'!

How does that old Wall Street saying go? Bulls make money; Bears make money; Pigs get slaughtered. Bulls in this context are easily defined, and so are Bears. Money can be measured. But it seems to me that piggy behavior is in the eyes of the beholder. In Tax Notes this week I wrote about abusive transfer...