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Mooneyham has the right idea

Columnist Scott Mooneyham presents a clever solution to the state’s budget problems. He suggests a way to close the corporate tax loop hole with combined reporting and, in addition, gives us something to chuckle over.

If some enterprising legislator wants to have some fun, here’s a suggestion: File a bill that includes both a slight corporate tax cut and a strategy used by other states to blow up the tax dodges used by multi-state corporations to avoid paying state income taxes. Then, sit back and watch the lobbyists go to scrapping.

His column in the Southern Pines Pilot is definitely worth reading.

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  1. north state politics

    December 11, 2008 at 11:31 am

    Combined reporting needs to be at the top of the Legislature’s tax reform proposals, but they shouldn’t stop there.

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