- The New Civil War: Blue States Soak The Rich; Red...by Sarah Hansen, Forbes Staff on April 10, 2021
The Trump tax reform conspicuously targeted high-tax Democratic states. Now that they’re in control, some Democrats have made undoing the damage a priority.
- The 2021 Estimated Tax Dilemma: What Tax-Return...by Bruce Brumberg, JD, Contributor on April 10, 2021
When the IRS extended the tax-return deadline to May 17, it kept the usual April 15 due date for the first estimated tax payment. This is awkward for the many people planning to base 2021 estimated taxes on 2020 income reported in tax returns. I spoke with tax pros to get their advice.
- Temporal Issues In Alter Ego Analysisby Jay Adkisson, Contributor on April 10, 2021
Considers when alter ego should be measured and the range of time that a court should examine.
- Why Tax Refunds Are Taking Longer Than Usualby Ashlea Ebeling, Senior Contributor on April 9, 2021
Made a mistake calculating the Recovery Rebate Credit aka missing stimulus payments on your 2020 tax return? You’re not alone.
- Policy Options For Student Loan Forgivenessby Mark Kantrowitz, Contributor on April 9, 2021
Policy-makers have proposed many ideas for addressing the student loan crisis, such as $10,000 and $50,000 in student loan forgiveness. A new paper analyzes the benefits and costs of all of these options.