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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Increase for large multinational corporations but lower for small businesses

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@95WNNQR from Massachusetts answered…18hrs

@95WNCYG from Maryland answered…19hrs

Flat tax on corporations, flat tax on shareholder dividends and eliminate all deductions and loop holes.

@95WDMZWIndependent from North Carolina answered…1 day

@95V3M33 from New Jersey answered…2 days

Abolish Stock Buybacks for all publicly traded companies, then completely remove any income tax for corporations

@95V3FWC from Maine answered…2 days

@95SSD4Y from New Jersey answered…3 days

@95T8YJQProgressive from California answered…3 days

Yes, unless there is regulation on what they invest their profits in

@95T7BYWIndependent from Arizona answered…3 days

Do not raise for large corporations, lower if possible. Lower for small businesses.

@95T3KFR from North Carolina answered…3 days

@95SPB8Z from Washington answered…3 days

@95SR2CW from Indiana answered…3 days

@95SMFZX from Colorado answered…3 days

Raise current rates as well as eliminate deductions and loopholes.

@95SLGBK from Missouri answered…3 days

Raise, while closing loopholes and creating massive penalties for moving offshore to avoid taxes.

@95RNZSQ from North Carolina answered…4 days

@95RM6J6 from Washington answered…4 days

Raise for all large businesses and substantially increase for multinational corporations. Remove all deductions and loop holes for large businesses and multinational corporations.

@95RFF49 from Minnesota answered…4 days

Eliminate loopholes while incentivizing keeping headquarters and jobs in the US as well as for environmentally friendly practices.

@95Q3RMB from Massachusetts answered…5 days

Eliminate loopholes, impose a tiered and maximum wage for executives/shareholders/boardmembers.

@95P8DLX from Pennsylvania answered…5 days

@95PMKYR from Colorado answered…5 days

@95NDX9Y from New Jersey answered…6 days

Raise, and make sure thy don't raise prices of product or lower the wages of workers.

@95M8DXB from Ohio answered…7 days

A sales tax is more efficient, corporations just raise prices to compensate for what they pay, the consumer ultimately pays all taxes.

@95LN3L3 from Virginia answered…1wk

@95L3J33 from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

Keep current rates but eliminate deductions and loop holes and lower for small-medium sized businesses.

@95L3CGRSocialist from Arizona answered…1wk

@95KY2M8 from Georgia answered…1wk

Keep or raise rates, eliminate loopholes, tax dividends and share buybacks

@95K7BH7 from North Carolina answered…1wk

@95K6BX8 from California answered…1wk

@95HX4B5 from North Carolina answered…2wks

@95H36WWfrom Guam  answered…2wks

Add a section of tax that goes back into the companies functions and community

@95GCL6H from New Jersey answered…2wks

@95FTYG2 from Michigan answered…2wks

Remove taxes on corporations and move to a simpler consumption-based tax instead.

@95FFNWN from Florida answered…2wks

@95FGN5F from Ohio answered…2wks

@95F7QLX from Virginia answered…2wks

Remove taxes from corporations completely. They ultimately pass this cost onto the consumer.

@95DR529from North Carolina  answered…2wks

Lower for both large multinational corporations and small businesses.

@95DKG9H from California answered…2wks

If the government raises the rate, then they will move all their production to other countries besides the US.

@95DFSVNfrom North Carolina  answered…2wks

Lower,for both large multinational corporations and small businesses.

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