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 Decade: 1990-1999
 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
PILT (Payments in Lieu of Taxes): Somewhat Simplified

PILT (Payments in Lieu of Taxes): Somewhat Simplified

Date: June 24, 1998
Creator: Corn, M. Lynne
Description: None
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Capital Gains and Securities Transactions Taxation in Japan: Fact Sheet

Capital Gains and Securities Transactions Taxation in Japan: Fact Sheet

Date: October 17, 1994
Creator: Esenwein, Gregg A & Winters, Philip D
Description: This fact sheet provides information on the taxation of securities transactions and capital gains income in Japan at the national level.
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Comparison of 501(c )(3) and 501(c )(4) Organizations

Comparison of 501(c )(3) and 501(c )(4) Organizations

Date: March 24, 1995
Creator: Morris, Marie B
Description: None
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The Flat Tax and Other Proposals: Effects on Housing

The Flat Tax and Other Proposals: Effects on Housing

Date: April 29, 1996
Creator: Gravelle, Jane G
Description: None
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Capital Gains Taxes: An Overview

Capital Gains Taxes: An Overview

Date: August 30, 1999
Creator: Gravelle, Jane G
Description: The capital gains tax has been a tax cut target since the 1986 Tax Reform Act treated capital gains as ordinary income. An argument for lower capital gains taxes is reduction of the lock-in effect. Some also believe that lower capital gains taxes will cost little compared to the benefits they bring and that lower taxes induce additional economic growth, although the magnitude of these potential effects is in some dispute. Others criticize lower capital gains taxes as benefitting higher income individuals and express concerns about the budget effects, particularly in future years. Another criticism of lower rates is the possible role of a larger capital gains tax differential in encouraging tax sheltering activities and adding complexity to the tax law.
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Effects of Flat Taxes and Other Proposals on Housing: An Overview

Effects of Flat Taxes and Other Proposals on Housing: An Overview

Date: June 17, 1996
Creator: Gravelle, Jane G
Description: Studies have estimated that some of these revisions would cause a decline in demand for houses and significant reduction in house prices--perhaps in excess of 15 percent. These studies, however, presumed a fixed supply of housing; even a limited supply response would greatly decrease predicted asset price effects. Supply response is likely to be large in the long run and not insignificant in the short run. Effects on housing demand might also be mitigated by increases in savings rates and lower interest rates. Thus, effects of the flat tax on housing prices are likely to be limited in the short run and very small in the long run. Rental housing demand, on the other hand, would be encouraged with a shift to a consumption tax base.
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IRS Reform: Innocent Spouse Rule

IRS Reform: Innocent Spouse Rule

Date: July 2, 1998
Creator: Ripy, Thomas B
Description: None
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Taxpayer Protections in the Proposed IRS Restructuring Act: Burden of Proof

Taxpayer Protections in the Proposed IRS Restructuring Act: Burden of Proof

Date: June 15, 1998
Creator: Morris, Marie B
Description: None
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Excise Taxes on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Gasoline: History and Inflation Adjusted Rates

Excise Taxes on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Gasoline: History and Inflation Adjusted Rates

Date: March 7, 1997
Creator: Talley, Louis Alan & Cashell, Brian W
Description: This report provides inflation adjusted excise tax rates for alcohol, tobacco, and gasoline products. The base for computation is November 1951; the adjustments show what the tax rates would be if they had been increased to reflect inflation. All of the above cited commodities had rate increases effective for that date under the Revenue Act of 1951. Just as the Congress was prepared to lower excise tax rates because of peacetime conditions, plans had to be revised as a result of the start of the Korean War. Thus, the Revenue Act of 1951 was born out of revenue needs due to increased military expenditures.
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The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997: An Overview

The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997: An Overview

Date: October 17, 1997
Creator: Brumbaugh, David L
Description: None
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