by Curtis S. Dubay
The Heritage Foundation
December 19, 2013
Many past tax reform efforts prioritized establishing expensing to increase investment; reducing tax rates was secondary. However, relaxing a key assumption made in traditional analyses of tax policy shows that, given the current high corporate tax rate and accelerated depreciation schedules, reducing the business tax rate may be more beneficial for boosting investment than establishing expensing.



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