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House GOP business-tax plan upends U.S. policy, bares corporate fault lines

Fault lines inside the corporate world are emerging over a proposed rewrite of the U.S. tax code, pitting importers against exporters. At the heart of the fight is a Republican plan in Congress that would impose corporate taxes on imports while eliminating them from exports, a move that would upend decades of tax policy. The proposed shift in effect would curtail

Your Money: As ObamaCare premiums rise, so does cost to taxpayers

The Obama administration is trying to calm the panic over soaring ObamaCare premiums by pointing to subsidies many will receive to offset the cost — but analysts and GOP lawmakers counter that those subsidies nevertheless will stick taxpayers with a rising bill.  With enrollment set to begin Nov. 1, the administration announced Monday that premiums

Trump Advisers Detail How Economic Plan Would Boost Revenue

Donald Trump’s economic team offered more math behind his assertion that his tax cuts will mostly pay for themselves, saying trade policy would generate most of the additional wages and corporate profits that feed government revenue. The Republican presidential nominee’s economic-policy proposals will generate $2.37 trillion in tax receipts over 10 years, according to a