James A. Marr, CPA
CPA Consulting and
Tax Service Professional
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The TCJA Didn’t Change Child Benefits For Most Families With Children By Very Much
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) significantly changed how families with children were treated under the individual income tax, but for many - changed...
How To Remake The TCJA Into Pro-Growth, Progressive Tax Reform
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) cut federal tax revenues by nearly $2 trillion over its first decade, with almost all the benefit going...
Investor Responsiveness to Capital Gains Taxes During the Great Recession
Anybody Can Itemize Their Deductions. But Most Don’t Want To
It is sometimes said that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) ended the ability of millions of taxpayers to claim itemized deductions, and...
Forms and Follies: IRS Midcourse Corrections of Tax Forms
The great architect Louis Sullivan once wrote , “form follows function.” I can’t help but wonder if, in the less stable world of tax, new...
Scaling Microsimulation Modeling in the Cloud: A Guide
States Must Be Aware Of How Big Changes In Federal Law Affect Their Revenue Codes
All states with an income tax link to the federal tax system to some degree. This system of federal-state conformity helps taxpayers by standardizing the...
Shifting Child Tax Benefits in the TCJA Left Most Families About the Same
The US Economy Reverts To A Pre-Tax Cut Growth Rate
The economic benefits of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) seem to have petered out. The US economy grew robustly in late 2017, perhaps...
Post TCJA Bonuses Were Mostly a Timing Shift, Not A Boost In Long-Term Worker Pay
A spike in announcements of bonus payments for workers followed the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in December 2017, and President...
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