Comparing tax systems for higher income nations, we can be somewhat surprised by the OECD’s top and bottom countries.
Because “we treasure what we measure,” adding household production to the GDP would boost the value of what most women do.
While different metrics show us that gender gaps are shrinking, still, globally, substantial gender differences create underutilization.
Looking at global inflation rates beyond U.S. borders, we see that the U.S. plight is a problem that varies from country to country.
With New Jersey’s new paper and plastic bag bans, we can ask if the regulations will have the unintended consequence of the “Cobra Effect.”
Although 136 countries have agreed to update the corporate tax system, a 15 percent maximum rate is not as simple as it sounds.
When vast numbers of people call the U.S. tax system unfair, we can use four handy tax facts to form our own opinions.
Right now, the U.S. corporate tax rate is close to the world average: But, if other OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) countries agree with Janet Yellen, we could wind up with a global minimum corporate tax for…