(Bloomberg) A temporary tax holiday for U.S. companies to repatriate offshore profits would cost the government $95.8 billion in revenue over a decade, said the Joint Committee on Taxation, Congress’s nonpartisan scorekeeper.
Lawmakers occasionally talk about a repatriation tax break as a way to pay for spending such as replenishing the Highway Trust Fund. The estimate shows the difficulty of making such an argument.
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