Tax Reform Debate Should Focus on Growing the Economy

This post will not be popular. Let’s get that out of the way at the beginning. The United States, like much of the developed world, is enjoying a populist moment, when the economic frustrations of those who feel left behind are bubbling up into our political system. And yet this is a post that isn’t…
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Tax Code Ripe for a Spring Cleaning

It’s indisputable that our Tax Code is an absolute mess. The Code has grown so big that there are legitimate disputes about its actual length (3.4 million words seems to be the average). Such growth is “natural” as Congress begins to hand out favors (some well intentioned, others not) and special interests weasel their way…
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