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Taxing Businesses Through the Individual Income Tax
Paul Burnham (au)
Since the individual income tax was instituted in 1913, the profits of most businesses have been allocated, or äóģpassed through,äó¯ to their owners and subjected to that tax äóī rather than to the corporate income tax. However, most business activity (specifically, the total revenue that businesses receive as receipts from sales of goods and services) has occurred at firms subject to the corporate income tax (C corporations) because those firms tend to be larger than pass-through entities. Over the past few decades, the proportion of firms organized as pass-through entities and their share of business receipts have increased substantially: In 1980, 83% of firms were organized as pass-through entities, and they accounted for 14% of business receipts; by 2007, those shares had increased to 94% and 38%, respectively. This report examines those shifts in organizational structure, the effect they have had on federal revenues, and the potential effects on revenues and investment of various alternative approaches to taxing businessesäó» profits. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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