As federal policymakers consider corporate tax reform, it is important to understand how proposed changes might affect state tax revenue and how that impact could interact with federal policy goals.
On July 10 in the Senate Russell Office Building, The Pew Charitable Trusts sponsored a panel discussion with tax policy experts that explored:
The panel was moderated by Kasia O’Neill Murray, manager of Pew’s fiscal federalism initiative, and featured remarks from three experts on federal and state corporate taxation:
President and executive director, Council on State Taxation
Chief economist, Tax Analysts
Senior fellow, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
For more information about Pew’s work on federal-state tax connections, please visit our project page.