Let's talk about corporate taxes. Always comes back to taxes. Corporate taxes are the taxes imposed on the money made by companies. It's a flat tax, which means it is a set number no matter how much you're making.
How about an example to help you understand?
Let's say Barry has a company that creates cat toys, and that company makes 100,00 dollars a year. The current income tax is 21% across all income, so 21% of the income is taken away by the government. So he'd only be making $79,000
For something such as social security tax, it goes directly to retirement funds. But for corporate income tax, it can go towards anything, like building a hospital or school.
This helps the general populace, because they don't have to pay those particular taxes, but get benefits such as new hospitals, roads, better healthcare, things like that.
And now you know what corporate income taxes are. Do whatever you want with this information, I don't care. *meow*