Jordan Eizenga and Seth Hanlon explain the $22.6 billion annual tax subsidy for life insurance.
Seth Hanlon explains the $24.5 billion tax break that lets businesses deduct the wear and tear on assets like buildings and equipment faster than they actually wear out.
Seth Hanlon breaks down the $42 billion tax break that lets U.S. companies put off taxes on profits earned abroad.
Seth Hanlon explains how the third-biggest tax break in the Internal Revenue Code is also the nation’s largest housing program.
Seth Hanlon continues CAP’s new weekly series on the country’s biggest tax breaks by looking at the $142 billion expenditure for retirement savings.
Seth Hanlon explains in plain English how multibillion dollar “tax expenditures” work, their pros and cons, and their effect on the federal budget.
Seth Hanlon launches a new weekly series by looking at the biggest tax break in the Internal Revenue Code: the tax exemption for employer-sponsored health insurance.