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Chye-Ching Huang

Chye-Ching Huang

Chye-Ching Huang is Deputy Director, Federal Tax Policy with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities' Federal Fiscal Policy Team, where she focuses on the fiscal and economic effects of federal tax policy.

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Hassett Changes Story on “Repatriated” Foreign Profits Under New Tax Law

Repatriated cash overwhelmingly ends up in shareholders’ pockets, not in investments in factories and the like. 

Chye-Ching Huang ·


GOP Budgets, Statements Make Plans Clear: Costly Tax Cuts for Wealthy Now, Program Cuts Later

The Senate bill raises taxes on millions of low- and middle-income households and raises the number of Americans without health insurance by an estimated 13 million.

Chye-Ching Huang ·


Millions of Households Face Tax Increase or No Tax Benefit Under Senate GOP Bill

When all the bill’s individual income tax provisions are in place, about 79 million households with incomes below $200,000 would either lose or gain little from the Senate bill

Chye-Ching Huang ·


Senate Finance Committee Tax Bill Even More Skewed to Top Than Bush Tax Cuts

If we consider the impact of the bill’s mandate repeal, we estimate that those in the top 1 percent would receive tax benefits of $40 billion, even as those in the bottom 99 percent would see losses of $30 billion.

Chye-Ching Huang ·


GOP Process Designed to Obscure Tax Plan’s Effects

A combination of the speed of their process and intentional choices by leadership has meant that information that would be helpful in evaluating the legislation has not been available, for either the public or for legislators considering the bill.

Jacob Leibenluft ·


Senate Tax Bill Revisions Make Its Fundamental Tradeoffs — Big Tax Cuts for the Top, Little Gain for Low- and Moderate-Income Families — Even Harsher

Proposals contained in the Senate version of reform amount to a trade-off that provides corporate tax cuts that overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy, at the cost of health coverage for 13 million people and premium increases for millions more

Jacob Leibenluft ·


Doubling Estate Tax Exemption Would Give Windfall to Heirs of Wealthiest Estates

Even today, only the largest 0.2 percent estates face the tax; the other 99.8 percent face no estate tax at all.

Chye-Ching Huang ·


GOP Tax Framework Looks Much Like Kansas’ Failed Tax Cut Package

Kansas's 2012 tax plan offers a blueprint of a proposal that heavily favored the rich—and ultimately failed

Chye-Ching Huang ·

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