94 Tax Notes State 977 (2019)
We offer no predictions about the next year in tax, but we will offer what we hope will happen — if not next year, then soon. To paraphrase Chief Justice John Roberts, we hope that when it comes to the taxation of multinational corporations in particular, states will act more like the “separate and independent sovereigns” that they are. often rely on volatile revenue sources. More stable tax bases, like the sales tax and the property tax bases, are riddled with design flaws, from the sales tax base not including services and intangibles to the property tax failing to provide substantial, and automatic, circuit breakers. The corporate tax continues to yield less as corporations earn more
Shanske, Darien and Gamage, David, "Will States Step Up in 2020? We Hope So" (2019). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2896.