In 2014 the United States had the third highest general top marginal corporate income tax rate in the world at 39.1 percent (consisting of the 35% federal rate plus a combined state rate), exceeded only by Chad and the United Arab Emirates. A lower rate is guaranteed to stimulate job growth, but the looming question is whether it will be enough to offset the reductions. What are your thoughts?
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The Income Tax laws are changed every year, so how is it going to hurt giving it a shot? Call it a test case, and learn from it. Of course the bulk of voters on the left don't care about taxes because they don't pay taxes.
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