This Note responds to "Integration of the Individual and Corporate Tax Systems: Taxing Business Income Once," a study the United States Department of the Treasury released on January 6, 1992. This Note explores some of the issues and concerns of integration and considers arguments in support of and against the United States system of taxation. The latter portion of this Note addresses the relationship between international economics and integration, focusing on the potential for international competitive disadvantage under the classical tax system. The author concludes that Congress should read the Treasury's study as a legislative proposal and act upon it to bolster the United States economic competitiveness.
Ann L. Hardman,
Corporate Tax Reform: The Key to International Competitiveness,
25 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vjtl/vol25/iss3/4