A Tax Code for the 6 Percent
Rasmussen recently released a survey revealing that a mere 6 percent of those surveyed thought the U.S. has the best tax system in the world. They are wrong.
At Long Last, Talking About Fundamental Tax Reform
We’re long overdue to be talking about fundamental tax reform. Congressional leadership and President Obama should get on-board.
The U.S. Economy on the GO
In an age where investment in technology and IP development are critical, these should show up in economic measurements. It is time to show them.
The time is now for Congress to recognize that a permanent moratorium has come of age and mark the occasion by saying goodbye forever to discrimination.
Your MyRA, My PRA
With a couple of tweaks, the President’s MyRA proposal can become the Personal Retirement Account conservatives have championed for 30 years.
The Kind of Tax Reform We Don't Need
The benefits to our economy of reducing the corporate tax rate and moving to a territorial system are indisputable for individuals, small business and large corporations alike.
Not a Great Strategy
Having both the highest national debt and the highest corporate tax rate among our competitors is not a very competitive strategy for the future.
Wearing the Need for Tax Reform on Your Sleeve
Taxable events are on the move but archaic tax codes remain moribund.
More Spending Makes Washington's Christmas A Little More Merry
Among the disappointing lessons of the budget deal: More spending makes politicians on both sides of the aisle a little more merry.
A Season of Tradition
This is one annual tradition that must end.
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