White House proposes tax credits for clean energy

Christian Science Monitor
ITIF President Rob Atkinson discusses how tax credits for green energy production will decrease production costs and increase demand for clean energy sources.

Turning Corporate Taxes into an Innovation Spur

August 17, 2009
| Blogs & Op-eds

Countries compete for mobile, high-value-added jobs, and increasingly they use their tax code as a key tool

U.S. Continues to Tread Water in Global R&D Tax Incentives

August 13, 2009
| Reports


Although once offering the most generous R&D tax credit in the world, the United States now ranks 17th out of the 30 OECD countries. The United States’ R&D credit has fallen so far behind compared to other nations it would have to increase the Alternative Simplified Credit from its current value of 14 percent to 47 percent to once again be the world leader in R&D tax generosity.

Effective Corporate Tax Reform in the Global Innovation Economy

July 23, 2009 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Russell Senate Building
Washington, DC

There is increasing interest in reforming the corporate tax code, including a proposal by the Obama administration to, among other steps, limit deferral of foreign source income. However, there is little agreement on what that reform should look like. Read more »

Corporate Tax Reform for the New Innovation Economy

Washington, DC – The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) will host an event tomorrow at the Russell Senate Office Building to examine the need to reform the U.S. corporate tax code, based on a new ITIF report, Effective Corporate Tax Reform in the Global Innovation Economy. Read more »

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