• Presidente dos Estados Unidos, Donald Trump em coletiva de imprensa na Casa Branca, em Washington, EUA

    Business Economists Diss Trump’s Policies

    Business economists are less than bullish on the effects of President Trump’s economic policies. A semiannual survey by the National Association for Business Economics found that: Tariffs are hurting...

  • Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow speaks at the White House in Washington

    Is This an Economic Boom or Just a Blip?

    By Michael Rainey

    Most mainstream economists think the booming GDP growth recorded in the fourth quarter will ease toward the end of the year, but President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow says...

  • Why Pensions Are the Hot New Tax Shelters

    By Michael Rainey

    Traditional pension plans are being used by some doctors, lawyers and other wealthy small business owners to shield hundreds of thousands of dollars in income from taxes, Bloomberg’s Ben Steverman...

  • How the Tax Cuts Could Raise Wages – and Why They Might Not

    By Michael Rainey

    Wages don’t seem to be rising in the wake of the corporate tax cuts that went into effect this year, and many critics of the GOP tax overhaul say there’s little reason to think they will. But the...

  • Are Tax Revenues Really Rising?

    By Michael Rainey

    A Wall Street Journal editorial this past weekend took aim at the idea that the Republican tax cuts have much to do with rising deficits. “Perhaps you’ve read that the federal budget deficit is...

  • Why Tax Reform Isn’t Over Yet

    The Wall Street Journal’s Richard Rubin details (paywall) how the tax cuts passed by Congress last month will create ripple effects — and some difficult choices — for state legislatures. State...

  • Attendees arrive for the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos

    Why Davos Is Wild About Trump’s Tax Cuts

    By Michael Rainey and Yuval Rosenberg

    President Trump is headed to Davos Wednesday night as positive reviews of his tax cuts stream in from CEOs and financiers from around the globe. National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn claimed...

  • A <a href="" target="_blank">recent poll</a> taken by Rasmussen found that 68 percent of Americans believe that we are actually in a recession

    Will the US Be Ready for the Next Economic Downturn?

    We told you yesterday about a new study detailing the importance of fiscal space in determining policy responses to economic downturns. To recap: The paper by economists Christina and David Romer...

  • Lobbyists Went All Out on the Tax Bill

    By Michael Rainey

    Spending by lobbyists surged last fall as Congress was writing the tax bill that became law in December, according to new data released Monday. More than half of the lobbyists registered in...

  • Bond Dealers Prepare for a Surge in US Debt Sales

    By Michael Rainey

    U.S. budget deficits are expected to grow sharply over the next few years, and bond dealers are preparing for a big increase in debt sales by the Treasury Department as result. Debt issuance is...

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