Nobody wants to see their gasoline taxes go up, but the federal excise tax on gasoline has remained at 18.4 cents a gallon since 1993. Could it play a role in helping to get tax reform approved and should it be adjusted at least for inflation? Lucian Pugliaresi, Larry Goldstein, and Will Pack take us through a short analysis on the gasoline tax, its upside as a revenue raiser and potential instrument for regulatory reform in the transportation fuels sector and its downside as a regressive tax. The paper can be found here.
Larry Goldstein and Lucian Pugliaresi comment on the proposed Border Adjustment Tax, the so-called BAT. Larry is a member of EPRINC’s board of trustees and its past president. Lucian Pugliaresi is President of EPRINC. Their commentary can be found here.
An EPRINC Assessment of the Administration’s Proposed Tax Policies
Regarding the Domestic Petroleum Industry.